Home Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: Always Learning Edition Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: Always Learning Edition By Jeremy S. - November 3, 2023 33 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ I was today years old when I learned… ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gun Meme of the Day: Carry vs Range Ammo Edition Gun Meme of the Day: Die Hard Edition Gun Meme of the Day: Kitty Flap Edition 33 COMMENTS Looks like a giants genitalia. Reply At first I wondered why then I completed the thought with is that not in my yard. Reply Paint it pink and put it in the front yard. Wait to see what the HOA has to say. Reply If I was closer to Albany a rainbow flag and BLM sticker would cover it. Reply Like an HOA would allow the normal tank… Reply Never live in a place with an HOA. Living in town is bad enough, but HOAs take nonsense to a new level. What’s the ATF say about it, how much for the tax stamp?? Reply Is one needed for a permanent emplacement? Reply Nothing says, “you’re f*****” to the enemy than that! 😂😂😂😂😂 Reply Suppressors that are not designed to attach to a gun are not regulated. Reply https://silencerco.com/blog/tank-silencer-the-can-we-wish-was-a-thing/ Reply If a 155mm SPG is not a “tank” then my Chevy Suburban is not a “motor vehicle”. Also, the author throws out a lot of db levels for things like diesel locomotives and jet engines but without distance measurements like “at one meter or 10 meters or 100 meters”. The db level would be much higher at closer distance. And there is that whole “wish it was a thing”. Obviously it was or is a thing. Reply The new 125mm Blackout round is the way to go…. …btw it’s a Supressor, Not a “silencer” Reply Yes…sortof. “Suppressor” is correct for the physical item as designed. “Silencer” is the term Percy Maxim used in his application for the patent. So it’s a suppressor that’s marketed to be called a silencer. FIFY, though I always refer to it in conversation as a suppressor. Reply Looks more like an M109-155 mobile howitzer than a tank… Reply Exactly!!! That’s a self-propelled gun. NOT a tank boys and gurls. NO tank in the world has a big DOOR in the back………..🤣 Reply Merkava has a door in the back. Judgement call as to whether its big or not. Reply “Judgement call as to whether its big or not.” That’s what she said… *sobbing* 😉 That’s armored artillery. …not a tank. Reply Since it doesn’t attach to the barrel there’s no stamp required. Reply Still not hearing-safe. Needz ear-pro. Reply Talk about learning. L.A.‘s Jews are buying guns, some for the first time https://ktla.com/news/local-news/gun-sales-up-among-jewish-and-israeli-communities-store-owners-say/ Topic: Record number of Jewish gun ownship | The Yeshiva World https://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/record-number-of-jewish-gun-ownship Reply About bloody time. People like miner have been threatening to kill them at campuses all around the US. Reply I picture all the industry leaders at the NSSF sitting around in leather chairs, smoking cigars, having a good laugh about spending zero dollars on marketing while democrats sell their products for them. Reply The NSSF supports RINOs like John Cornyn and Mitch McConnell who pass anti-gun laws like they did just like last summer and then give them A grades on their 2A “report cards” for passing the Redflag and Safe-storage laws the NSSF loves. The industry actually likes and encourages these anti-gun laws because they sell more guns. That’s why they support Cornyn and McConnell and others like Eyepatch McCain (Dan Crenshaw) who slip in “common sense” gun laws and claim they are real gun folks who want common sense restrictions. The NSSF and their fellow industry minions are NOT our friends. Remember that the next time you are at the SHOT show and pass the ATF booth since they are involved with the NSSF intimately. Reply Forget the frickin’ suppressor, I want the dayum M1A1 (and about 1000 round of assorted rounds for the main gun). Reply From memory, the suppressor is at an artillery range in Germany. With urban encroachment, neighbours complained about the noise so the Germans responded in their typical way. Still an impressive technical feat. Reply That reminds me of the ‘uppity neighbors’ who moved into the San Clemente area near Camp Pendleton and then complained about all of the howitzers, helicopters, and other associated shooting or explosions taking place on the various ranges. “Waah…no one told me that my million dollar house near a base would be so loud!!!” Reply Reply The most popular and widely respected voice in America for your gun rights, breaking 2nd Amendment news, and everything else you need to …After a while little Johnny raised his hand and ask the teacher if he could ask her to identify one. She hesitated, but relented and gave Johnny … Only gun I’ve ever had that did that was a F2000. I like the NATO … It’s day 6 of my Ironman GAMMA playthrough. I’m proud to retire my SKS … https://core-ball.org/ Reply Word salad spammer. where in Indonesia or china are you based out of? Reply At the small arms range near Kaiserslautern, there were large culverts at each firing point. Firers and coaches had to ensure the muzzle of the weapon was extended into the opening. Served as a large sound baffle for the nearby village. Reply At the small arms range near Kaiserslautern, there were large culverts at each firing point. The firers and coaches had to ensure the muzzle of the weapon was extended into the opening. Served as a sound baffle for the nearby community. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.