i own a 12 gauge shotgun
A few .22s, and a 30-6.
i own a 12 gauge shotgun
btw the walther g 22 is a great semi auto .22 . it has so many things to add to it
i own a few guns a .38 special a .22 revolver and a double barrel 12 gauge but i have shot all that plus more ranging from M4's AR-15 AK47's .357 mag and a couple other things i cant think of right now but i dont consider myself a expert on guns
I've shot my brother's SKS, Glock 45, my friend's Glock 9, all of my dad's hunting shotguns and rifles, the world famous fun-to-shoot .22 Remington rifle, etc.
The SKS was surprisingly accurate on single shot, but heavier and louder than I expected. My first shot with it ever from 30 yards out was a bullseye..but that was standing, not lying prone. So someone with just a little experience with rifles can probably get standing headshots 30 yards out with that gun. If it was scoped I imagine it'd have even better range.
Personally I'm on the waiting list for the civilian P90. I've fired one already at the gun range and they are incredible. I was hugely disappointed with the treatment it got in BF2, it's wayyyyy too slow and the stopping power is nerfed.
well i havnt, here in Canada its mostly hunting rifles around where i live. And no we dont use them agains humans XD... But i would like to actually try some of them out too see how it is to fire one.
I've shot a BB gun and a paintball gun but thats as close as I get
Been shooting for over 30 years.
Started with air rifle/pistol at 10, moved on to .22s at 15, got a 30-30 Winchester at 16, and haven't looked back.
Trained a lot since 1993 with two instructors who are SWAT team leaders, a commercial instructor who's a retired SEAL, and also took a great rifle course with Massad Ayoob, would like to train more with him, he's awesome.
NRA member since 1986, and I currently own class 3 stuff, used to be into machine guns, not any more - they're too expensive to feed. Used to own a G3, have shot most of the in-game weapons for real, some of them extensively.
Currently carry an HK P7M8 or G17C daily, shoot about 300 rounds a month, and am planning on getting into .50 caliber rifle shooting this Fall.
No combat experience, just training, so I'm not the most informed person here, but I've got a leg up on most of you Brits. Ha!
Im a proffesional shooter, in taking part of lots of comeptisions both field shooting and clay shotting, Trap, and moving target shooting etc
I have 4 weapon licenses
1. Benelli super black eagel 2, 12 gauge
2. Sako finnlight, 7.62 NATO whit a Zeiss scope and bipods
3. Manlisher Shaunhour 8.57 JS
4. Sako rimfire 22.
Well Im Ex-military (USAF) and I guess Im one of the exceptions here. I wasnt para-rescue (air force version of seals, goes in alone to rescue downed pilot) or anything, I was a Tech and carried a tool box. I got really tired of being told not to worry about my weapon it was in the armory (I actually had it for about 3 weeks). So I got my main weapon changed from a M-16 to a pump 12 gague and qualified with a pistol and the shotgun. Being an Avionics repair tech my main job in battle was to repair and try and survive as long as possible (I packed a 45 pound tool box most of the time). I also had no hand to hand combat training in the military, I was told not to worry I wouldnt need it (Ever been to a bar and Identified as active duty military, not fun) So I fixed that also by getting martial arts training on my own.
As far as I know, I was shot at once. I didnt find out about it untill the next day though (the Air Craft was getting ready to take off and the APUs are very loud).
I currently own a SKS 12 guage shoot gun and a hawken 50 cal muzzle loader, both for hunting purposes. I could shoot enough game to feed me and my family if need be. Almost all my family is or was in the Army ( Armor brigades, Rangers, Green barets, and my son who is In Iraq now with an army core of Engineers group).
I believe I have all the weapons Ill need except maybe a very loud hand gun, I will get one when I find one I like. I believe some people have to many guns but I also believe that you should be able to own as many as you want to (includeing zero if thats your choice). Its part of living in a free country such as ours and I hope that never changes.
As for the game, Ive never wished it was like real life. I did wish that EA would quit changeing it and fix some of the real bugs (programming errors). The red name tag bug is a programming error and needs fixing, Bunny hopping is just the way some Lamer plays and ISNT a bug. Have you ever wondered how much you could score if the game stayed just like it is now and all the "real" bug were fixed. Also, a big thanks to all (ex)military people, only a very few can love thier country enough to stand up for it! ! ! ! ! . . .Red