Home Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: Asking For a Friend Edition Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: Asking For a Friend Edition By Jeremy S. - December 8, 2022 40 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ Where did you say that was happening? Asking for a friend. ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gun Meme of the Day: Yeah, That’s How it Works Edition Gun Meme of the Day: SBRs for Everyone! Edition Gun Meme of the Day: Another Alec Baldwin One Edition 40 COMMENTS Anybody know where I can get a recoil spring for a Oerlikon 20mm? I lost my other one in the shag carpet and can’t find it. Reply I think you missed a word. You lost your Oerlikon recoil spring in the shag carpet FACTORY. I have on good authority (and by that I mean Syrian rebel youtube uploads) that they can just be replaced with welded together strut springs. Reply If you do get an O’20 together, send it to the BB Iowa, they ain’t got a one on that boat and they’d like to have something to show the kids. A Bofors 40mm would be appreciated as well Reply Nothing like standing on the bridge of a battleship, looking over those sixteens at the horizon, and telling the world, “Bring it on!” Reply My Uncle Bill was deaf as a corncob from those big-boys in the Korean “conflict”. Oerlikon 20mm- pffft! I’ll see your 20mm and raise you one FLAK 88… Reply BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! “Asking for a friend”- That was a stone hoot! Reply Is this about Glock switches? Because that doesn’t sound that far off. Reply Is this about Glock switches? Because that doesn’t sound that far off. I want to meet the moron that thinks a full-auto Glock is a GOOD thing… Reply Nice to meet you, my name’s Jon Wayne Taylor and my 18C is one of the most fun guns on earth. Reply Party at Jon’s! So, if you have a REAL G18, you must know that they are illegal in the US unless you have one of the few copies registered before May 19, 1986, and that it is priceless. IF you own a G18 (not the Umarex airsoft clone) you are indeed a lucky soul, not because it’s a great gun (and I don’t believe it’s that much fun to blow through a mag at 20 rounds per second) or it’s that accurate, but because of its rarity. Probably not something you drag to the range regularly. Having one in your possession does not change my conclusion that a full-auto Glock 9mm is a moronic idea. Maxx, you think you know more about guns than you do. With my licenses anything non-fissile is legal. The 18C itself isn’t nearly as rare as the original wire stock that attaches to it. Still looking for one of those. As it is, the pistol is extremely control able and a ton of fun. Everybody that shoots it loves it. I’m very happy for you My Class III dealer has one in his collection – no wire stock. I’ve been fortunate in having shot it couple of times…what a hoot! He is still on the lookout for a Glock 7 if you happen to know where one might be available… 🙂 @Montana, good luck – those cost more than you make in a month I enjoyed shooting an 18c. I would own a switch if they opened up the registry. I don’t see any harm to normal (mostly) law abiding people owning one. And the criminals and every gen z with a 3d printer already appear to have them so it’s a little late to try to shut the barn door now. Reply Would love to try one out with a 20/40 with and without various braces and sbr kits. But I am an oddball. Reply Years back, I had a full auto Delta Gold Cup (firing pin aperture not correctly reamed from factory)… ever hold a ( surprise) full auto 10mm for eight round burst? I learned to try out new guns with two in the mag initially. Oh I have no doubt that a comp/brake and a few tungsten inserts for inertias sake would be the starting point but fun to dream of what a lack of restrictions could allow. I sold off my full auto firearms several years ago. Still keep my license. Just in case I run across a real good price for something I could use. Sure, being able to flip the giggle switch and do a mag dump is fun. Anyone who has had the chance to do so will agree it is fun turning money into smoke is fun. Problem is it does take away some of the enjoyment when you are footing the bill and Uncle Sugar. Reply My penis isnt large enough to own a fully automatic gunm gunm Reply Possum You need a fat wallet to play the NFA full auto game. A pecker of any size is not a requirement. Reply ….nice little supplement to my retirement plan…you wouldn’t believe what i’ve been offered for some of this stuff…. Reply Possum has a belt fed and carries it in his 8” lifted truck with 6 light bars pulling a large speaker ski boat to Grand Lake bhahahaha Reply and another truck behind that. Reply Don’t forget the boat in between… Early loved his truck-boat-truck… I’ve heard that he intentionally runs over squirrels crossing the road with that rig…something about uncontrolled jealously over the ability to scamper up trees effortlessly Its Grovey man Grovey Reply “My penis isnt large enough to own a fully automatic gunm gunm” 🤔 Is there some odd storage requirement that states all FA firearm must be hung off the owners dong while not in use? Reply If I see that in next year’s restrictions package here in NY I am going to have words with you for putting the idea into words. Reply Define ‘Everywhere’ Is this like trying to define an ‘assault weapon’ or worse, what a woman is? “It depends on what the meaning of the word ‘is’ is?” Reply I don’t want a full auto plastic weapon. If a steel barrel can melt, I’m sure a plastic frame can melt in your hand. I would much prefer a bar. Browning Automatic Rifle for you young snowflakes. Reply Make mine a BREN. Reply gang bangers like ’em for drive-by’s…shoot and scoot….empties out too fast for a sustained street shootout. Reply can recommend izh baikal drozd. 90 bb’s per second. cheap to run. Reply tsbhoa.p.jr: Mine is a Umarex BB gun clone of the Beretta 92A1 which has a full auto selector. It does mag dumps one hell of a lot faster than I can reload it. That’s the fun part. Trying to hold back the magazine follower while I insert more BBs, not so much. Reply Your 3d printer can make a switch that depresses the cruciform and prevents the gun from resetting; basically turning your Glock into a fun dispenser. You can also 3d print a drop-in auto sear for your AR15. Files are readily available online. You cannot stop the signal. Reply busybeef: My advice is: don’t do that. It’s not worth the risk, should you get caught. No matter how much you might disagree with the NFA. Reply NFA doesn’t seem to apply to certain folks in places like Chicago….. 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.