Does that mean that my car will morph into a gun or that my gun will morph into a car
"I'd like 44 cm rounds please?" "Sir you mean mm" "no. I don't."
@EVILdrPORKCHOP3, .44 round refers to 1/100 of an inch, not mm
@EVILdrPORKCHOP3, ".44" refers to 44/100 of an inch, not millimeters. A 44mm round would still be insanely large.
@Michael Fassbender, well technically 44/100 of an inch
@Michael Fassbender, damn, my one try at making a decent comment lol ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ thank you gentlemen for educating me
@EVILdrPORKCHOP3, educating me
@EVILdrPORKCHOP3, it's alright gun terminology is pretty confusing
@SurgeonSean, that's like 1.5 inches in diameter. I'd love to see some ballistics on that.
@Joe Dirte, It's a little under half an inch, actually haha. But still an amazingly powerful round.
@Michael Fassbender, it's clips not mags.
@Cat Lauer , No, it's actually almost 1.75 inches.
@Gollum Fetish, I'm talking about the diameter of the bullet, not the length of the round. The ".44" part is referencing the diameter of the bullet, which is 44/100 of an inch. Or just under half an inch.
@Gollum Fetish, Ooh wait! If the guy I was replying to earlier was talking about the 44mm when he said the 1.5 inch diameter then yeah! I thought he was talking about the .44 lol
@EVILdrPORKCHOP3, Actually, judging by the width of that barrel, 44 cm is probably the closest to correct here. That looks like a foot, or about 300 mm (30 cm)
@The Megaton Bomb, a clip is something like what you would find on an M1 Garand where the bullets are held by a metal clip in the back. A magazine is what most modern guns use where the bullets are in a metal box pushed up by a spring (M4, AK-47, 1911, et cetera)
@Michael Fassbender, ik, I'm just making a reference on the huge argument because you said gun stuff is highly technical.
@The Megaton Bomb, That's the opposite of almost everything you will hear anywhere ever. I'm not good with sarcasm... ?
@EVILdrPORKCHOP3, noting A10 ammo is 30 mm so 44 cm would be battleship rounds. For pictured "weapon" above maybe 22 cm. So you would ask for 22 ammo, they hand you a box of 22 caliber and you would say "no, I need 22 cm". Then you would get many upvotes.
@ear potato, I never took a stance or even had the precursor to take a stance, I was just mocking a different argument about hyper technicalities. I would say, what's the real difference between saying clip or mag in a real argument on the subject because guns aren't designed to take both and simply mentioning the model will tell you which to buy.
Ya think he's compensating for something?
@KaijuKoitus, yeah his small wiener. He usually gets jumbo hot dogs for his barbecue.
Ah, the smoking gun!
Damn right. For every 1.75L you buy, you get a complimentary weapon. Buy the liquor here, weapon next door, pay strippers with Monopoly money right after (although I sincerely enjoyed doing that, strippers and bouncers do not at all and due to being in a downed-economy, I can only make it rain with the "hundies" and not five hundies), and you pick your child up next door in the chucky-cheese. We Texans love our all-inclusive one stop shops.
@City87, the only way I would legitimately feel I should switch from the high value Monopoly money to the low value American dinar, was if and when a stripper could and did dance in such an enticing and flawless victory state of execution to the song "Closer," by NIN. If she aroused me and made that song look and feel amazing, then I would break out the single mother utilities, rent, and child support buku dinar. If not, I was treated like a king and hand-carried out by every bouncer that would slip and drop me in the parking lot. Someone ask me about my statistical analysis and how I came to this awesome decision to make it rain Monopoly money.
My granddad has one of these that he takes to gun shows and makes bbq
Like a bullet train \_O.O_/
My pic got uploaded!
I could cry right now but I'm in English right now and that would be hard to explain to my teacher.
Can relate; live in Texas; it's a "historical monument" outside Houston.
Wow haven't seen this one in a while.