Home Fun and Games Weekend Photo Caption Contest Fun and Games Weekend Photo Caption Contest By Dan Zimmerman - October 24, 2014 81 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gun Meme of the Day: Juuust a Bit Outside Edition Gun Meme of the Day: Bless His Heart Edition Gun Meme of the Day: Case of the Mondays Edition 81 COMMENTS Say hello to my little friend! Reply Damn beat be me to it ….LOL Reply Ditto. Also beat me to it. Modification – Say hello to my little friend! – 1930’s version. Reply It’s from a spaghetti western set in a Mexican town. So: Diga hola a mi pequeño amigo! (Spanish) or Dite ciao al mio piccolo amico! (Italian) or (completely out of sync with his lips) Say hello to my little friend. (dubbed English) Reply Totally incorrect about any connection to Italy. Reply The “spaghetti Westerns” were shot in Italy, weren’t they? And dubbed pretty poorly into various language versions. I think most were filmed in the American southwest. The term Spaghetti Western was because they used Italian directors and production companies. They were enamored with the Hollywood Western movie style. They were filmed in Spain by an Italian director. The three Eastwood movies chronicled as “The Man With No Name” are “A Fist Full of Dollars” “For a Few Dollars More” and “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly” were the first of the genre. If I remember right the Director’s name was Sergio Leone. Not a spaghetti western by Sergio Leone or any of the other Italian directors. The Wild Bunch was filmed in Mexico by Sam Peckinpah. Reply ^and yes, saw this after I poste Mucho gracias, seinor Holder. Reply I vote for this Reply Or in this case, Senior Holden? Reply NFA? What’s that? Reply Juan, ignorant of the fact that the belt feeding the weapon had no bullets, wondered for the rest of his life why it was so ineffective at eliminating the threats… Reply Dan Zimmerman tries out Grandpas old machine gun, upgraded for hog hunting. (first in a series of content provided with permission of SCHWVATZ!) Reply Winner! Reply Jou met my leetle friend. Now say hello to his beeg brother! Reply Open wide and say AHHHHHHH…just like this. Reply What’s a 1917 model machine gun doing in a Mexican village in 1913? Let me show you… Reply Where’s the “like” button again? Reply Well, as the link points out, that’s actually a Browning 1917A1 which didn’t exist until the 1930s. Must have been an anomaly in the space-time continuum, Reply …a spaghetti Western version of Back to the Future? Saw a Western with cowboys and dinosaurs once. Second oddest movie I ever saw. Reply The expression when all of your ATF paper work for your NFA item finally clears… Reply Et cost four hondred towsond dullars to fire dis weapon… for tvelve seconds. Reply Full auto?! Not on my budget! Reply Look Here, Wait For Flash!!! Did have the honor of shooting a 1919 Browning Full Auto last year on empty fire extinguishers and AC tanks. Yes, it is that awesome. The pic looks more like a Vickers from the UK. Either way, open up a can of whoop ass..damn the Class III crap. I’ll take two… Reply Isn’t this the opening scene for “End of Watch”? Reply That rainbow flag in the background… 1st Mexican Gay Army? Reply Best Pride float evar!! Reply Now, we’re ready lets try that San Jacinto thing again… Reply At last, my bucket list is complete. Reply Someone shows him their latest and greatest ar, and he be like “bitch, please” Reply Looks like a wild bunch to me. Reply *I already know Jesus!* Reply RF celebrates the repeal of the ATF. Reply What part of shall not be infringed do you not understand. Reply “Keep the change ya filthy animal.” Reply “I ordered EXTRA ONIONS on my hot dog, what part of extra don’t you understand?” Reply Try hopping the fence and running up to the White House now suckers!! Reply The ugly in his later years Reply And you want to take my DAUGHTER out ? Choose any gun in the case this one’s mine! (Raised five daughters, I’m well versed in this) Reply Sarg from Strips finally catches Bill Muray. Reply He was too old for that sh*t. Reply Rikoshay & jwm: Good quips from both of you! Reply Señor Roberto always cheerfully accepted his weekly assignment in the local Autodefensa, though some brought a special kind of joy to his heart… Reply Short controlled bursts were never his specialty… Reply He became known as “the most interesting man in the world.” Reply Molon Libré! Reply Die ebolies! Die! Reply Look at what I bought in the El Paso Walmart Reply Let me play you the song of my people! Reply “You dig.” Reply Hey Isis turn around I have something for you! Reply Get some.. Reply Background checks? I don’t need no stinking brackground checks. Reply “I won’t roll over like the Canadian Prime Minister.” Reply “Who forgot to hook up the water hose? My barrel is melting!!!” Reply I got your 72 virgins right here. Reply “Orale Putos Gringos!!!………A la chingada!!!…..” (the “true” yell which inspired the Mexican revolution) Reply Really? Odd, I understood the Mexican Revolution was a rising against a native Mexican Zapotec indio named Diaz who had owned the government since the 1880s. Reply Viva Zapata! Reply The Screen Actors Guild strike of 68 turned ugly. Reply “Excuse me sir, do you have a moment to discuss our lord Jesus Christ?” Reply Hey! Hombre! Reply “…and then they said they’d come for my guns.” Reply Nancy Pelosi (down range), but I made it illegal for you to have that!? Reply The Vickers has a large crank handle on the right side that moves as the gun fires. It also has spade grips and if you aren’t careful the handle can hit your hand. Reply It’s good to be the King. Reply How he became “the most interesting man in the world.” Reply Me at the gun range Reply Badges? Badges? We don’ need no stinkin’ badges! Reply “Look at meeeee! I’m shooting an anachronism.” http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0067140/ Reply I told you no starch in the cuffs. Reply “I hate piñatas.” Reply “Nobody [messes] with the Jesus.” Reply “Say hello to my beeg, noisy fren….” Reply This is what I will look like at the Texas Firearms Festival. Reply The all NEW NERF CYCLE STORM 7000. Shoots amazingly fast… nine-hundred balls a minute fast… overwhelm your friends with non-stop action… so much action they wont be able to return a round!… reach out to an amazing range of 30ft… new NERF STORMHOWL technology makes the realistic sounds of real ammunition as it rips through the air… intimidate the competition with the included ten ball belt feed system… WOW!… REMEMBER, ITS NERF OR NOTHING! Reply I’ll get you, my pretty, and your little dog, too! Reply “My name is Indigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die!” 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.