Home Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: Magazine Shuriken Edition Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: Magazine Shuriken Edition By Jeremy S. - September 12, 2023 46 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ When you run out of ammo you just throw it at the enemy. If you do it right, it circles all the way around and comes back to you! ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gun Meme of the Day: Manna From Heaven Edition Gun Meme of the Day: New Friends Edition Gun Meme of the Day: AR vs AK Edition 46 COMMENTS That is doing a glaive disservice to those magazines. Reply Bam! I got it! “Krull.” Reply Now known as “stumpy”. Reply Also done with a razor sharp boomerang and the 2nd Mad Max movie. Reply Wow. I haven’t seen any reference to that movie in…forever. I remember seeing it as a kid in the theater and wondering if a sequel would be made. The ending seemed to set it up. Reply the sequel (third in the franchise) was a contract satisfyer, and terrible. the remake was a lot of fun. There was an official sequel. Mad Max beyond the Thunderdome. Even had Tina Turner as the villain. Note I’m doing this from memory. I think Haz was talking about Krull. But I could be wrong. And yes, very unusual reference. Just like the Fire Mares. Krull, everyone. I was replying to ‘Man With No Name’. I’m pretty sure someone on the other side has already seen it and called the atf! Reply No prone position for you! Just stand there like a big dummy. Reply It’s their version of Krull. Reply Oh. You got it, too. Reply Aboriginal Australian’s made it 1st🙄😀 Reply “If you do it right, it circles all the way around and comes back to you!” That’s a boomerang. A shuriken would stick into the enemy. Reply Yep. And Australians probably still are disallowed to carry boomerangs for defensive purposes. Reply And those pesky, fully-semi-automatic, high capacity boomerangs. They are extra banned, since the go in circles within circles. Reply Nobody notice the taped on bayonet? Reply I did along with the strings. I’m wondering about the tape on the gas tube vent holes though. Reply Yeah, that’s not just string, it’s the reserve 550 paracordage, because, you know, the thing Reply Also, this is a thing in commie States of you want to have more than 10 rounds near your magwell, but can’t, for reasons beyond your control. https://crossarmory.com/product/double-stack-magpul-pmag-10-gen-3/ That can’t be unseen. A Mauser bayonet on an AK. Reply It’s notzi an AK it’s a Sturmgewer43 in transition. Reply Gotta use the right pronoun. Aboriginals made several styles of boomerangs. The lightweight ones that came back were for hunting birds in flight. If you missed it came back. Hunting and war were heavy with sharp front edge and not designed to return. A couple I’ve seen would be close to getting hit by 12 ga solid in foot pounds. Reply “Aboriginals made several styles of boomerangs.” Gotta hand it to those Aboriginals. *Highly* talented self-taught aerodynamicists working purely by intuition. Makes you wonder what the first one was like. They just found a flattened stick that came back when thrown? Those are some scary smarts… Reply No, two kids was fighting over the frisbee so mom cut it in half. Presto the boomerang was born. Reply Median Australian Abo IQ is 62. They’re among the least intelligent people on the planet (in a fierce battle with Somalis). Reply IQ means nothing, put an aboriginal and you in a desert and see who’s IQ is the better. Throwing Sticks appear in various cultures as hunting tools. The Apache in the US used a cross stick with points carved at each of four ends. ‘What’s for dinner, ma?’ “Whatever you can kill, son.” Reply The sticks were spun above the Apache until they took off and were left for the Taliban Reply how to video: Reply That reminds me, the other night I opened my door to go into my burrow and someone hit me with a lazer dot, I seen it shining on my flag. Reply “This actually looks functional”? Might work if the open ends of the magazines were not taped over… Reply Look closer, they are not. I thought the same thing too. Reply The folding stock. A friend of mine came over with a folding stock kit, this was around 1996, for his MAK90. He put it all together then attached it to his MAK and I said , ” Well, its illegal now, you can’t have pistol grips and detachable magazines on the same gunm either, Bill Clitons assault weapon ban. ” So he took it off then bent it all to pieces. He sold that MAK90 to me for $100 and an SKS. Reply A former BIL took an older AR-7 survival rifle that had a damaged stock. He rigged up a replacement out of metal that folded and detached. Quite a well done affair. I hated to tell him he’d committed a felony or maybe even more than one. Reply if you start with a pistol grip shotgun and put a folding choate stock on it you can never put the pistol grip back on. maybe. Reply Dynamic Pie Concepts did it best,The Art Of The Mag Flip Reply That video was hilarious Reply BREAKING NEWS: How FREE THE NIPPLE Will Help Save the 2nd Amendment… Reply I watched the entire video. There were no nibbles! Reply NM Gun TYRANT DOUBLED DOWN on her gun ban ON CNN…(note: notice her self serving nuisance that suspension of a right is not a ban on the right, semantics games..typical anti-gun. If you suspend a right you are banning its exercise during the suspension period you idiot.) Reply That’s an old technique here in the People’s Republic of New Jersey, where we’ve been fastening together 10-round magazines for years to get around the ban on so-called “high capacity” magazines! Reply i’ll take the isle of man model. Reply On Capella IV, it was called a “kleegat.” https://memory-alpha.fandom.com/wiki/Kleegat 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.