GUN I was reading through the Rangemaster articles and found this

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  1. Platinum_Thunder

    Platinum_Thunder Reliability for life and liberty

    Jun 28, 2001
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    Gun Nomenclature

    BORE- Reading another Weaver vs. Iso article
    BUTT- What gets shot off if you fail to train
    FRONT SIGHT- Annoying part that obscures your view of the target
    REAR SIGHT- Part used to remove calluses from hands during malfunction clearance drills
    MUZZLE- Clamp like device used to prevent utterance of b.s. by Shumer, Kerry, Feinswine, etc
    PISTOL- Device often used as a substitute for a real weapon
    SOCIAL SECURITY- Repeating 12 gauge shotgun
    BUCKSHOT- Pills used to cure social diseases
    1911- a) pivotal date in firearms history b) number of gizmos in range bag c) rounds fired monthly by really good shots
    COMBAT FLASHLIGHT- Device used to pinpoint your location for the enemy under poor lighting conditions
    EXTENDED MAGAZINE RELEASE- Device used to prevent magazines from staying in the weapon
    EXTENDED SLIDE RELEASE- Device used to keep the slide from locking open
    DROP-IN PARTS- accessories that demand meticulous hand fitting by an experienced gunsmith
    LASER- Amusement device for pet cats
    SPARE MAGAZINE- weighted device used to counter-balance the pistol on the belt
    BUG- Back-Up Gun, carried strictly to keep parts from breaking on the big pistol
    BULLET- Remote control drill, used to create apertures into the subcutaneous environment
    Shooting Terms
    POINT OF IMPACT- if it goes right= a jerk if it goes left= a push if it goes straight= a miracle
    BEGINNER- Someone working on accumulating bad habits
    MASTER- Someone who has finally grasped the basics
    GUN SHOP COMMANDO- non-shooter who has firmly held beliefs not supported by training, education, or experience
    GUN WRITER- Gun Shop Commando with a word processor
    SEAL- extremely common aquatic animal, there are thousands and thousands of them
    Ex-SEAL- almost anyone behind a typical gunshop counter
    MATCH- a ritual activity used to induce stress, frustration, and anxiety in Beginners and Masters
    COURSE OF FIRE- elaborate dance used in these rituals
    MATCH DIRECTOR- senior witch doctor who oversees rituals
    RANGE OFFICER (competition)- a less senior witch doctor. Due to ingestion of mind altering drugs, his perception
    of the ritual is nothing like that of the Beginners and Masters
    RANGE OFFICER (police)- a person tasked with range maintenance, landscaping, supply, and administration.
    Only rarely involved in relevant training activity.
    MARTIAL ARTIST- A shooter who cannot get through his head that a match is not a gunfight.
    GAMESMAN- A shooter who views his pistol the same as his fly rod, tennis racket, and Nintendo.
    INSTRUCTOR- Mythical, god-like being who imparts wisdom to Beginners, transforming them into Masters. Also
    keeps beginners from getting into trouble through the accumulation of excess money.
  2. Keesh

    Keesh Active Member

    Oct 26, 2003
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    :rofl: good read
  3. Ghostrider4450

    Ghostrider4450 New Member

    Aug 25, 2005
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    Out of my mind, brb never.
    Quite a few laughs there :rofl: :bigthumb:
  4. Section8

    Section8 .

    May 29, 2001
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    Golden, CO
    :rofl: good stuff. I like Bullet the best

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