Home Law and Order Weekend Photo Caption Contest Law and Order Weekend Photo Caption Contest By Dan Zimmerman - March 30, 2012 38 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR As Philly Crime Soared, Residents Have Flocked to Legal Gun Ownership to Protect Themselves and Their Families How a Florida Sheriff’s Office and Prosecutors Botched a Murder Prosecution, Louisiana Senator John Kennedy Wants to Know Why Chicago is America’s Largest Outdoor Shooting Range 38 COMMENTS “Damn that Superman! foiled again” Reply “Is this legal for IDPA?” Reply COVER! Reply The New Ruger G-Spot!!! Reply You thought you could hide around the corner did ya? Reply “Oh sure, all the officer spectators get safety glasses, but not the sergeant who has to actually shoot this monstrosity….” Reply And you all thought Golan invented the Corner Shot! Reply Sergent York tries out the army’s new “secret weapon”. Reply Is there a pill to take for a barrel that points a little to the left? Reply Another attempt by the Brady gang to protect criminals from those evil assault rifles. Why do I have to wear these terrible leather gloves? Reply The “barrel thing that goes left” Reply Tomlinson thought they were kidding when they explained how to inflate Patton’s ego. Reply “Three up and three down and those idiot officers have me posing for the camera with this stupid thing…” Reply “Is that a Barrel Shrowd?” Reply Courtesy of the US….Hitler’s back scratcher… Reply Following the end of WWII, M3 Grease Guns were frequently re-purposed to deliver actual grease. Reply The Army’s Jai Alai team remained undefeated that year… Reply Amazing! And you should see the ammunition. Reply Honey, a lot of men have a curve to thier barrel. The doctor said it’s normal. Reply The Gloves! They do nothing! Reply I told you those pills did funny things… Reply Bend it like Beckham! Reply Beckham is a British subject. They’re not allowed to bend anything more threatening than a pool noodle. Reply omg aaron! hilarious. Reply U.S first draft of a heavy duty dildo has you can see helga wore it down to a nub… Reply “Don’t worry men, I’ve got the left flank. But I’ll need somebody to cover my right. Any volunteers?” Reply What? I thought everyone’s bent to the left! Reply Early attempt at what later became the ‘remote control’, rejected due to safety issues and damage to components from impact. Reply “Weekend pass for test firing this thing? Hell yes!” Reply The Army’s experiments with flexible rubber barrels proved to be ballistically unsound, but did yield the first less-than-lethal barrel adapter, the slap-o-matic. Reply Germans did it first, the Israelis did it better. Reply Americans did it better. http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2012/03/29/shooting-around-corners-with-tactical-mirrors/ Beats the hell out of that “Glock on a stick” from Futureweapons. Reply it reminds me of the German STG44 with a similar devise because apparently some tank destroyers were fielded without externally mounted machine guns and pintles. Once the bullet curves at that angle, wouldn’t it become highly unstable and prone to fragmentation? Reply Yeah, the Germans were messing with this during WWII. I always thought it was for street fighting. Reply Notice the protective gloves the Sargent has on. His gun is firing special fire bullets that burst into flame once hit by the firing pin. This is a special weapon designed in the 1950s to kill alien ice monsters that hide around corners. Reply Please bear in mind as you conduct your research, that seemingly good ideas may not have real-world application. Reply The sargeant looked with disgust at the weapon Superman had just given him. Reply “As you can see, the Hun’s weaponry is no match for the Allies’ new heat ray. Let’s see old Adolf fight a war with guns firing down the line rather than down range!” 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.