Proof that bullets dont like World of Warcraft

Discussion in 'Green Room' started by VenomXt, May 24, 2006.

  1. VenomXt

    VenomXt Blame me for the RAZR's Folding Team

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  2. Admiral Michael

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    One reason NOT to live in an apartment or condo.
     
  3. omg its nlm

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    wow that is messed up.
     
  4. Mastershakes

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    There is more guns in that guy's bathroom than in most Canadian cities. Glad he's OK. ;)
     
  5. kcnychief

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    Anyone else find it strange that a guy playing WOW, living next to a ****er with a gun problem, is wearing a 1st Infantry shirt?

    Also looks as if he was drinkin a 40 oz. thing of Budweiser while playing :eek:

    REDNECKS!!!! :p
     
  6. Mastershakes

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    LOL true.
     
  7. ming

    ming OSNN Advanced

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    Shouldn't bathrooms or bedrooms etc be back-to-back?
     
  8. LeeJend

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    Not really, it's more convenient to drill holes though the walls this way for the "live bathroom webcam".

    Anyone else remember the old days when they had brick dividing walls between units, not 1/16 inch of paper and 3/8 inch of gypsum. And every 2-3 units had to have a cinderblock fiirewall extending 3 feet above roof level.

    PS Could be worse. That could have been an accident with cotton balls, glycerine and nitric acid.

    Update:
    It's a fake. The damage to the mirror is minor compared to what a 44 mag at that range would do. It doesn't even look like a through hole but that could be bad photography.

    But the real clincher is the absence of powder burns and the relative angles of the exit whole over the desk and the "damage area" on the mirror.

    A 44 mag throws a powder burn cone about 2-3 feet out and 12-18 inches in diameter depending on how hot the load is and what type powder. Look really cool when fired at dusk. Hand cannons.
     
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  9. gonaads

    gonaads Beware the G-Man Political User Folding Team

    Well, maybe, but hard to be sure even with the entry hole in the mirror Those types of mirrors are damn near 1/4 inch thick and since it is either glued to the wall or fastened in some other way, since it is flat to the wall the mirror wouldn't completely brake to pieces either. Also from the distance traveled from what was posted it would have lost a good amount of velosity. The place doesn't look like a cheapo place, hard to tell though. Exit hole would be correct if it did travel through all the things mentioned but also depends on how many other things in the closet the round went through and if this place is an older type apartment building (thicker walls and stuff). But if it is a 44 slug it would still have a whole lot of umph to it. He could be mistaken as to caliber of round. Also this could be that he himself did this but is saying that the neighbor did it in his posting. Who knows.

    Interesting that he has an Interceptor Flak Vest.
     
  10. Tabula Rasa

    Tabula Rasa Stranger Than Kindness Political User

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    Not necessarily, First of all the range is arguable - could be right next to the mirror (the wall softens the blow). Also the wall is probably hollow on the inside. Last you can't tell wich ammo he's using, not all 44 mag bullets are the same (Might as well be ammunition that was disposed-of for some flaw).

    I've seen a couple of bullet holes that looked cleaner, from all ranges and angles.
     
  11. Vanquished

    Vanquished Mr. Bananagrabber Political User

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    Hmm,
    sounds like his neighbor is a bit of a creep...
     
  12. Steevo

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    Anyone wonder why his neighbor had a loaded 44, not anywhere else, but in the bathroom, next to where he probably plays WOW all night, and the shot went where it did?

    Or mebey he was seeing how tough he looked with a loaded 44. "Go ahead, make my day...."
     
  13. Vanquished

    Vanquished Mr. Bananagrabber Political User

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    I think the latter is the correct answer
     
  14. falconguard

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    I don;t know if I'm more scared of the .44 in the bathroom or the twin Desert Eagles. Now if that 357 had an extended 6 inch barrel...
     
  15. Vanquished

    Vanquished Mr. Bananagrabber Political User

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    Im more scared of the dual Deagles...
     
  16. Steevo

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    Give me a Browning 9mm Hi-Power any day
     
  17. Vanquished

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    Give me an aug bullpup :)
     
  18. Evil Marge

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    Give me an A
     
  19. gonaads

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    Figured one wasn't enough for ya Marge. Seeing as how you just luv it when it lasts and lasts. [​IMG]
     
  20. Damn straight. My dad had one back when handguns were still legal (I really, really hate this countries gun laws). Wonderful guns. Never jammed, always accurate, took a beating and kept working. Lovely.