Home Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: That’s Your Legacy Media For Ya Edition Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: That’s Your Legacy Media For Ya Edition By Jeremy S. - January 24, 2022 28 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ Yep, the math checks out. ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The Empire State Probably Shouldn’t Expect Much From Santa This Year Gun Meme of the Day: Eat The Bugs Edition Gun Meme of the Day: That One Stings Edition 28 COMMENTS 5.56 decimeter? Reply I’m making 150 D0IIars an hour w0rking from h0me. I was sh0cked when my friend told me that she was maklng D0Ilars 17380/m just from her h0me 0nLlne. Then this completely changed my Llfe. F0r Details… http://Todayz50.cf Reply Nope. 5.56 tons. Reply That’s a bigun!🤓 Reply “That’s a bigun!” What is – “What no woman has ever said about what’s hanging between the legs of a brain-damaged, mentally-ill demented troll that stalks people on-line, Alex?” Someone like that deserves to live in New Jersey… 😉 Reply *snore*… Reply Great varmint caliber! Reply Gustav Gun 800 mm. Reply And also according to anti-gunners. One asked how does my son handle the recoil of a powerful 5.56? I said easily as there isn’t any worth noticing. 7.62x54r he did notice. But also noted the awful bolt and trigger on the Mosin-Nagant. Reply Did you invite them to experience it for themselves, SC? Reply You can’t ask a hoplophobe to fire a weapon. They get nosebleed just looking at it. Break out into hives if they get within arm’s reach. They’ll go into convulsions the moment physical contact is made. When they start convulsing, the only thing you can do is to gun them down before they shoot you with your own weapon. Reply “You can’t ask a hoplophobe to fire a weapon. They get nosebleed just looking at it.” You would be surprised. Some anti-gun twits have changed their minds after a session at a range… Too much paperwork with the P650 form. I was willing to do it for my son. Not for a homophobe. In 3 months my son has a reputation at my range for being a good competitor, a fast learner, and a very safe user. Reply Things you know if you own an AR, AK, or Mosin Nagant https://funnyjunk.com/channel/—-ing-guns/Ak+vs+ar+vs+mosinnagant/MmovGZz/#4f7256_4837024 Reply I thought that was a .9mm. Reply Ammo shortage? Funny, they didn’t have modern manufacturing back then and somehow met demand. Reply Gunpowder was rather expensive back then, it took quite a bit of labor to produce it… Reply What I’m saying is back then they had bullets and powder to shoot that big stuff. Today there telling me that cant keep up with the demand of small arms. It’s not that they cant, its because they dont want to. The powder to launch that would probably fuel 10,000 223’s just guessing, I know black powder yadda yadda, it still was a bunch. Reply Actually, WAY more than 10,000 rounds. For example: (16″ rifle charge on battleship) = 660 lbs. X 7000 grains/lbs = 4,620,000 grains ÷ (guesstimate load for .223) 25 grains = 184,000 rounds. Good thing it’s not a hollowpoint – those are dangerous. Reply “Yep, the math checks out.” Stupid meme, I’m tired of this shit. No, nobody would confuse a 16″ shell from the USS New Jersey. Discovered in Quang Tri Province, Vietnam in 2015. From Popular Mechanics magazine (not CNN): https://www.popularmechanics.com/military/weapons/a35141268/uss-new-jersey-battleship-shell-found-in-vietnam/ Reply So that’s were that went, that’s not a shell , that was my container that I kept my neutrinos in. And here along I was accusing Juan and Bill for stealing it. Damn, to late for apologies now. Whoops Reply Quick! Tell the editors Santa Claus isn’t real! Reply Ok, I get this meme that isn’t a meme is thought to be a meme but it isn’t a meme ’cause anyone can call any picture a meme if its a meme or not a meme but not all pictures are memes and this isn’t really a meme picture suitable for an actual meme that would be understandable as a meme. Reply And it still missed…. Reply There’s no evidence it missed the target, but it certainly was a dud. This fire mission was probably intended to clear an LZ for rotary wing assets. Quoted from the Naval Weapons data: “The High Capacity (HC) shell can create a crater 50 feet wide and 20 feet deep (15 x 6 m). During her deployment off Vietnam, USS New Jersey (BB-62) occasionally fired a single HC round into the jungle and so created a helicopter landing zone 200 yards (180 m) in diameter and defoliated trees for 300 yards (270 m) beyond that.” Reply Interesting, I’d say 16 inch qualifies for hi power rifle competition. During World War II, we had an admiral who had been a competition shooter and later used guns like this as if they were sniper rifles. Here’s to Ching Lee, Bravo sir! Reply “What do you think, deer are wearing Kevlar vests?” -Joe Biden, April 2021 I’m looking forward to the US military adopting the new 6.8 x 51mm round (a.k.a. .277 Sig Fury), because maybe, just maybe, then some of the media might stop calling the puny little 5.56mm cartridge a “high caliber, high-powered, military bullet [sic] too powerful for civilians to own!” They’ll probably still call it that, but one can always hope. 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.