I think if more people smoked weed...especially the ones "in charge" the less people would be gettin' shot up.Maybe is because i am european..
But i am not really understanding why this is considered a “normal” topic to discuss and a fellow bandmember that uses a bunch of weed not..
Weed topics get shut down within a few hours, but to discuss guns and all that crap can last a few days..
I am not caring at all if the thread is there or not btw..
Just thought is somewhat remarkable….nothing more than that…
You people from other countries don't get it. We Americans love guns.
.22s can be quite fun for target practice. My brother has a Ruger .22 with a suppressor. It took him almost a year to get the permit for it. They make you jump through hoops to get a suppressor in Virginia.Not all of you love guns. We were riding motorcycles with a group of 10 or so Canadians / Americans in North Carolina. We stopped for lunch at a posh spot when the guy from West Virginia pulled a .357 revolver from an holster we didn't see and put the gun on the table in front of him.
Everyone that was with us acted like he'd thrown a rattlesnake on the table. It made everyone immediately uncomfortable and he was asked to remove it. He took the revolver outside and locked it up in his bike. He told us that he worked with vending machines and was always carrying around lots of cash and change and it's just habit for him to be armed at all times. It was a bit shocking to say the least.
Before anyone jumps on me, I own a S&W .22 Victory and a FNS 40 Long Slide and I'm a Canadian (just to dispel a myth or two) but I don't own them for home defense or for camping excursions. I own them because shooting at a 30 yd indoor range sucks with a long gun and my friend is a member so we hang out and blast guns together.
That's crazy! You can't hear it barely at all. My friend has a Ruger .22 and it's a nice gun. I like my Victory as it's easy to clean, is accurate and cheap to shoot. The .40 S&W isn't nearly as accurate but is much more 'dramatic" for first timers..22s can be quite fun for target practice. My brother has a Ruger .22 with a suppressor. It took him almost a year to get the permit for it. They make you jump through hoops to get a suppressor in Virginia.
He even outfitted it with a 3 lb trigger pull, which is dangerous if you're not at the range. But it's so fun to shoot.
It sounds exactly like this.