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When it comes to real documented stopping power I am so tired of you woosie .45 ACP guys. Get rid of that "sissy pistol" and get a real gun like the one below. Anything less than a .50 BMG is a "girly gun" and not fit for carry by a real man!

 

Any real "gunslinger" should be should be able to carry this in a Cross Tuck wearing a tight t-shirt and skinny jeans.

 

Let's get real here!

 

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When it comes to real documented stopping power I am so tired of you woosie .45 ACP guys. Get rid of that "sissy pistol" and get a real gun like the one below. Anything less than a .50 BMG is a "girly gun" and not fit for carry by a real man!

Any real "gunslinger" should be should be able to carry this in a Cross Tuck wearing a tight t-shirt and skinny jeans.

Let's get real here!


couldn't get the link to work, nevermind Edited by KKing
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Did you watch the videos? This is supposed to be a funny thread, not an actual discussion on which caliber is superior

Sent from the backwoods of Nowhere

With me being so busy, i haven't watched anything online. If it's a joke, Never mind. I thought it was a serious discussion. Sorry

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