Ryo for you

Ryo for you

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7 years 28 weeks ago, 8:52 AM

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and girl is very nice too :-)

once again, ryo showing ignorance about pistol, you am much better at recognizing rifle or machine pistol but there are just so many pistol and revolver to learn neh. so could dozo tell ryo what kind pistol this one is ka also what is slide device on side of pistol ka it look almost as if it could be a forward assist. is possible ka

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7 years 28 weeks ago, 8:54 AM

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I do believe it is a Beretta 92F. But I am sure if I am wrong, the pistolmeisters will remind me of my errant ways...

7 years 28 weeks ago, 8:58 AM

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Just kidding, you are correct. LD, the device is the safety lever.

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7 years 28 weeks ago, 9:00 AM

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know. don't you hate it when we are both right about 90 percent of time and the these guy get annoy cause they are alway right. almost seem not fair neh ;-) we work hard. we have nice family. we good conservative people. what did we do wrong here neh?

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PS don't you hate it when they right ALL the time ka lol

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7 years 28 weeks ago, 9:02 AM

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runaway re: 92F

I am assuming that the safety is on in this position. You would push it forward with your thum to put in the fire position. Is it easy to work with? Didn't the Army carry these?

7 years 28 weeks ago, 9:04 AM

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Safety is off

The red dot is supposed to help you know. It was awkward when I first started shooting the Beretta, as I was used to the paddle safety on my Taurus, but unless you have very small hands, it's pretty easy.

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7 years 28 weeks ago, 9:06 AM

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I am just a mere mortal and an Independent. I say wrong things 10% of the time so these sexual intellectuals can think they are better. They all have inferiorty complexes, which are completely justified...lol

7 years 28 weeks ago, 9:08 AM

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Oh Ok I see it now

I thought that big paddle thing under the real safety was the safety... silly me

7 years 28 weeks ago, 9:09 AM

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Wait a minute, you're doing the ten percent thing right now, aren't you? DAMN IT!!

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7 years 28 weeks ago, 9:13 AM

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Got you again

lol

7 years 28 weeks ago, 9:29 AM

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and once again are full of wisdom, somehow not think reaper chan; at least he not suffer from inferiority complex.

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7 years 28 weeks ago, 9:30 AM

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But, he does know his guns and motorcycles...

7 years 28 weeks ago, 9:40 AM

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below what look like safety button away from trigger in pretty good place. hmmm could be that runawaygun san make mistake about this ka it should be record in the records neh if this is so. lol.

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PS most likely he will point out something we miss that make his case, but it be interesting to see anyway neh

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7 years 28 weeks ago, 9:55 AM

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LD

"Runawaygunsan" NOT MAKE MISTAKE about Beretta 92. I've used one regularly for nine years and have owned one for about five. The paddle-shaped thing is the right-side grip panel, it's not a lever at all. The angle makes it look like something it's not

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7 years 28 weeks ago, 10:07 AM

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you so. ryo knew that runawaygun would point out something we miss that would make his case for him. and that this would be interesting thing to find out. ryo did say this neh. in advance neh. ryo know runawaygun san pretty well now d:-)

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7 years 28 weeks ago, 10:01 AM

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models for younger people to look up to and want to be like. ryo's pops is such a man. you are such a man. victor chan is such a man. reaper chan is another one of these men. and so is greasypaws. in his rough spoken but alway kind manner. some so call high society people could learn lot about moral manners from man like greasypaws. he alway think of other people first. he work hard to support nice family. he very intelligent man. he most likely one of best shade tree mechanic anyone could ever meet. they have not invent the heavy machinery he can't fix. sugoi neh! victor chan is of course everything you could expect of retire Marine. um do Marines ever really retire ka you teach understanding of people in real life and lessons are sometime difficult, but ryo alway try best for ojiisan as best can. reaper chan even put up with ryo when ryo in not very good mood. he honto patient, honto understanding and very forward thinking man too. he have eye on future and mind of tactician and heart of 5 size too big. all are good teachers. all are patient and understanding men. you have certainly been very patient with ryo when ryo is sometime difficult. arigato to all of you for this neh. Nitris san is nother man. of all politic thinker on site ryo find self sort of cross between nitris san and my pops. both are very knowledgeable men about firearms and other weaponry. both have similar views about politic and economic except for few minor difference here or there neh. Nitris san should alway be part of any list of ryo teachers on gunslot neh.

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PS this written also for benefit of nother person ;-)

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7 years 28 weeks ago, 10:06 AM

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Oh, I see.

And my desire to cut womens' heads off and have sex to their throat holes doesn't make for a good role model? What is this world coming to?

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7 years 28 weeks ago, 10:11 AM

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and that very disgusting thought, but in way, well kind of gross way, it conjure really weird mental image. TMI!

Your friend alway,

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PS much more of this backhanded kindness will earn you the chan term of endearment instead of the more formal, san neh d:-)

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7 years 23 weeks ago, 1:25 PM

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beretta m9

7 years 23 weeks ago, 2:11 PM

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runaway said :

Oh, I see.
And my desire to cut womens' heads off and have sex to their throat holes doesn't make for a good role model? What is this world coming to?
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4 years 24 weeks ago, 11:55 AM

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She's hot! Shame about her taste in guns though, lol.

4 years 24 weeks ago, 2:53 PM

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Nothing wrong with the 92fs. The problem is that the safety is off and her finger is on the trigger. At least its not a high point.

4 years 24 weeks ago, 1:16 PM

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