Home Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: I’m Not Mad I’m Disappointed Edition Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: I’m Not Mad I’m Disappointed Edition By Jeremy S. - December 2, 2021 62 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ There are rare occasions when my face doesn’t look just like this. ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gun Meme of the Day: One Last Christmas One Edition Gun Meme of the Day: At Least They’ve Seen the Light Edition Gun Meme of the Day: Period Correct Edition 62 COMMENTS Loved the 1911 and carried it, but that was decades ago. Moved on since there are lighter weight and better choices, still nothing feels quite as good as a 1911 in my hand. Reply Same. Grew up with the 1911 and it will always have a special place in my heart. My #1 favorite in my collection is a 1911. But nowadays I shoot Glocks. Or GLOCK. Or GLOCK™. Err…whatever the right way to say it is. But it goes “pew pew” when I pull the trigger. Reply “But it goes “pew pew” when I pull the trigger.” My carry LCR in .357 only goes *BOOM*… Reply Carried an old dog of war 45 AP while stationed in Germany back in the mid-70’s. Slide so loose I could almost hear the rattle with each step. But the venerable gun was still accurate and reliable at the range. That said, my HK45C (LEM) carries nicely at 4 o’clock and punches tight holes in paper plates. Reply Almost, my heinie! I could hear it. 🙂 Made for some interesting range days. When you couldn’t hear the rattle, you knew you had entered your Zen state. Matched perfectly with the M109 shop van I drove (as seen on the opening convoy scene in “Patton”.) Reply People think a 1911 is too heavy. What? Are the pussies? Reply Yes. Reply 1911s are too heavy. That’s why I carry a GP100. Reply “That’s why I carry a GP100.” A Ruger .357 *Fist-Bump* to the Gov… 😉 Reply Harrumph! Reply Oh, oh, does my SP101 count? Can I join the Ruger fanclub? Another Ruger .357 *Fist-Bump* to Rincoln…;) ^^ Me also. Plus, the .357 magnum is more boom boom than the .45 ACP. Reply Especially with the Double Taps I keep loaded in mine. Reply Nice. Gotta get me some Double Tap. I am currently carrying Buffalo Bore 125 gr. Same specs as DT. I recently took up rolling my own and loaded up some near full pressure 125gr. XTPs with Win 296. Just judging by the recoil they may be even more powerful than the Double Taps (158gr.), but as an additional benefit, if you miss at night, everyone within a 3 block radius will be blinded for at least a half hour (including yourself). GP100-7. Just sayin’. Reply M&P 45 is a much better option. Lighter, higher capacity, more reliable, less ammo sensitivity, requires less maintenance. Can’t think of a single way a 1911 is better for carry. Reply Some people aren’t satisfied to just carry a weapon, they want to look good doing so. Reply What Weight? Rest assured some 1911 purists got lemon faced about the 1911 Glock… https://www.americanrifleman.org/content/tested-rock-river-poly-1911-pistols/ Reply My EDC is a CZ 75 COMPACT D PCR. In my opinion the only downside to a 1911 is that they are single action pistols. Reply “In my opinion the only downside to a 1911 is that they are single action pistols.” I carry a CZ 2075 RAMI on occasion for the same reason… Reply The Rami’s are good pistols but my paws are too big to hold one comfortably. Reply Cz’s are great, always been underrated imo. Couldn’t find a pcr but got a p-01,love it, fits my hands perfectly. No safety decocker only. Works great for me because I’ve always been a da revolver guy. Reply I imagine the same look on the face of my mentally-deranged troll’s mother when the doctor broke the news to her of him having Down’s Syndrome… 🙂 Reply Say not so, Good Sir. Those having Trisomy 21, or Down (Down’s) Syndrome, are well-known for their universally pleasant dispositions and mild, friendly demeanor. Your unpleasant, unfriendly troll almost certainly suffers from Tourette’s Syndrome. Tragically, one of the more off-putting symptoms in the severely afflicted is called ‘coprolalia’, the involuntary and uncontrollable utterance of obscenities, profanities and derogatory remarks. This site seems somehow to attract these poor souls, does it not? Reply I just wish mine would take his vaccines so his di!ck would grow long enough that woman won’t laugh at him when they see how little he has beneath those scrawny legs… 😉 Reply A 1911 is too heavy. https://www.theonion.com/human-affection-now-available-only-from-grandparents-d-1819564704 Reply 😀 Just enough truth to be a bit painful, but blown out enough to be really funny. (Was wondering how The Onion actually managed to publish an article that doesn’t suck… It’s from 1998. Mystery solved.) A 1911 is too heavy? What? Are you guys wimps? Reply A 1911 isnt too heavy, the polymer frames are to light. That weight settles the sights, tames recoil, expedites double taps, and if need be works pretty well as a brain basher. I got a story on that when an acquaintance of mine tried pistol whipping some body with a plastic shooter. Reply ‘A 1911 isnt too heavy, the polymer frames are to light.’ Coming from a 10 pound marsupial, no less. Reply Wow Dan! That one got past your censors! Reply Ed Brown Executive Elite, bobtail. All Stainless. Two extra magazines on the off side. Every. Day. Carrying a gun isn’t meant to be comfortable, it is meant to be comforting! Reply Only dusty old geezers say shit like that. Carrying a gun should be comfortable, and if it’s not then your doing it wrong. Ditch whatever crap leather, or God forbid Kydex, rig you’re running and stick that boat anchor in an Alien Gear. Reply I am a dusty old geezer! I run Milt Sparks. and TT Gunleather. Worth the wait. Reply 1911a1, that’s my baby. Light means recoil, single action trigger, oh yeah, its perfection. The slide going into battery pulls you back onto target, double tap, easy peasy. Single stack, you betcha. I’ve got one polymer frame light weight, never goes with me. Used to be a .357 revolver fan until I got into a gunm fight. Six runs out fast and maybe if you practice a bunch(Miciluk) reloading was a fail for me when the boolits were flying, got a boolit hole in my ankle as proof. Thank goodness I’m skinny and crawled under a car. Reply “got a boolit hole in my ankle as proof” Holy smoke man. I never can tell if you’re kidding or what. Reply “I never can tell if you’re kidding or what.” That’s a big part of why reading the Possum is so much fun, you never know what you’re gonna get… Reply Geoff, you ought to talk to him. He’s a trip without the ticket. ‘Six runs out fast…’ Almost as fast as 8. I’m feel perfectly comfortable with 6 rounds of .357 or 15 rounds of 9mm, but if you’re going to limit your round count you have to make your rounds count. On the other hand, regardless of caliber, the first 6 are generally a whole lot more critical than #7-15. 3 feet, 3 seconds, 3 shots is the norm, not the exception. Reply 8 runs out just as fast as six and six runs out just as fast as twenty one, I can reload one hole quicker then six. I like the 1911, you like a revolver. I used to carry a revolver. What I dont like about an auto is the spent shell casings laying all over. Reply Especially with your paw prints all over them. My sort of 1911ish pistol is so light, I carry it in my pocket. Reply Okay. This one made me laugh. Reply I don’t care for Gob. Reply Cooler days are here. Back to the Ruger P89 with Hornady Critical Duty. Never much of a 1911 fan. Great firearm don’t get me wrong. Just never felt at home in my hand. If you know what I mean. Reply RIP, Ruger P series. Thank God we still have the Beretta 92s. Reply Actually have 2 wouldn’t trade 1 of mine for 2 of yours. Been eat’n everything put thru’em since 94. Reply Had a full size FS and now have a compact INOX. Absolutely love the compact, but wish it had the regular dust cover (not available) and not the rail. Either way, benefits greatly from a reduced power hammer spring, but that goes for just about everything. People EDC more weight than that in extra gut hung over their belts. Too heavy? Lol Get a 1911 pattern .380 What weighs more? 8 45ACP’s or 17 9mm’s? Seems like a ridiculous excuse to me. Reply Mmm, K I’m done with football, the Marine Silent Platoon was doing their drill and the football players came on field to warm up. And they was Texas football teams, had horns on the helmets. Say , that marine Silent honor gaurd is some pretty badass sht. Damn I love this country. Reply Oh I guess I shoulda said the honor gaurd was preforming on field during half time. That’s what pissed me off. The Marines took time to put on a show (fishing for recruits , but what the hell)and the football players came on field just before the ending. Arrogant fucks Reply I’m militantly DA/SA for carry, so the 1911 just doesn’t fit my needs. I do freakin’ love them, though, at the range. 100+ year old design, and still one of the most comfortable, naturally pointing pistols around. Add in the light SA trigger, and you’ve got a pistol that almost anyone can learn to shoot quite well. Reply After a day at the range with 50 rnds of 147 gr 9mm I’m glad for the weight of my Rock island double stack. Reply I use 147gr for range ammo in my EDC(g19) and Ruger PCC. For carry, it’s 147gr HSTs. Reply Looks at me with the face then I say lemme see it. They then have to go get it because they aren’t carrying it lol Reply That is the face of a woman who just found out that her favorite pool guy quit and has been replaced with a gay pool guy. Reply I saw the paycheck which was of $9282, I didn’t believe that my mom in-law was like truly enring money part time from their computer.. there neighbor started doing this 4 only 21 months and recently paid for the on their home and got Maserati. more info here……………….>>>> http://Www.Works16.com Reply The 1911 – or 2011 really – is still great for competition, where gun weight and great triggers are a huge benefit. For carry, there are lighter options with more capacity. 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.