Has this happened to anyone else? You start talking guns with a person and they start saying weird things like 'The Colt python isn't very effective. It's too slow and lacks power.", or "Oh the AK is much better than the M14. It's more accurate and powerful", or "You can do more damage with the CZ75 by throwing it at them"
And then you realize that their source of knowledge is one of these new video games like Call of Duty. Once I realize what's going on, I'll ask if they've ever fired a real weapon. Usually, the answer is 'No, but the game is very realistic." lol
Do y'all ever hear/see this? Does it frustrate you as much as me? I think it's possibly an adverse side-effect to the pro-gun crowd. Because of the misinformation and maybe (MAYBE) some dipshit kid will get someone hurt because they think their $300 AK will make that 750yd shot.
Maybe I just think too much.
"I don't think Hank done it this way" - Waylon
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