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MCCNASTY

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In Topic: Saints. Bears. Panthers. Cutler. Gruden. Delusions.

18 December 2014 - 09:59 AM

No one said they're a playoff team...they just happen to be a team that may make the playoffs.

Big difference

why'd you waste so much time posting those paragraphs

Butthurt troll is your answer.

In Topic: Saints. Bears. Panthers. Cutler. Gruden. Delusions.

17 December 2014 - 11:20 PM

Good luck with little jimmy pickles. If you thought cutler was bad, just wait. Enjoy.

In Topic: Any of you like customizing your rifles/shotguns?

12 December 2014 - 07:37 AM

Well hollow points are one thing. I guess I should have specified FMJ. Still weird, since the MP5/40's muzzle velocity is only about a third of the AR's.


The 223 rounds take time to settle during their flight. They tend to fishtail and almost tumble. Some of the holes in the dry wall you could see the round was traveling completely side ways. We couldn't get them through more than two walls. The cavity in the 40 hollow points filled with drywall and turned into hardball missiles! Sliced straight the house. Again, I wouldn't have believed it if I had not done it. I have read ballistic reports on the 223 rounds and this type of performance is common.

In Topic: Any of you like customizing your rifles/shotguns?

11 December 2014 - 11:15 AM

No, man. You should know a human body and drywall aren't going to stop a round. You've gotta account for where that thing ends up.


We did a comparison test between a 40 caliber mp-5 with hollow point rounds and a ar15 using 55 grain hollow point .223 rounds inside of a vacant house. We found that the mp-5 launched those pistol rounds straight through the house and kept going. The ar15 rounds barely got through one room. The pistol round hollow point cavities fill with drywall and cut straight through. The 223 rounds tumbled and lodged in the walls. We were surprised. Web shot a total of 30 rounds each. No 223 rounds left the house. All the 40 cal rounds did.

In Topic: Cam's Accident, J-Stew vs D-Will, More...

10 December 2014 - 10:00 PM

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