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    1. That’s incase the zombies attack.

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    2. Epic…. lack of practicality. The only purpose that has is on a range, maybe not even then, because going from that huge weight at the range to shooting it with a normal clip somewhere other than the range would be so dramatically different.

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    3. Yeah but in case of a zombie attack? Doesn’t come in very handy.

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    4. @w0x: Haha. Wow I totally didn’t see your post.And I don’t see how it could work out.

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    5. @dieAntagonista: I disagree. Sharpen one edge of the clip. Empty at the slowly-approaching horde. Then, when you’re out, unclip it, and you have a sword.

      Or you could attach an axehead, or something.

      Be creative.

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    6. Wouldn’t heat be a problem?

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    7. The zombie-slaying sword/axe would be all the more effective when it’s on fire.

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    8. that man’s penis is an innie.

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    9. “Let’s see…let me take one of the world’s smallest sub-machine guns and make it as BIG as I can! Yeah, THAT’S the ticket!”

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    10. @dieAntagonista: 100 zombies run towards you.

      You have like some sort of machinegun with a clip of 200+ bullets. How the hell does that NOT work out?

      You’d rather have a 30 bullet clip and reload every 5-8 seconds?

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    11. Forget the clip. Check out that shirt.

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    12. If anything, it acts as a support for less recoil and accuracy…just place it on the ground.

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    13. @w0x, while 200 bullet guy is busy throwing 20 lbs. and a fortune in lead into the air, someone with a properly designed weapon will put one bullet exactly where it needs to go. The only difference is that they’ll need a little skill (read: actual firearm badassness, if such thing exists) to do so.

      Seriously, there is a place for high rate of fire weapons. They’re called machineguns. They dominated both world wars and they are still the main kill weapon for gunner squads on the battlefield. Most other volume throwers are special use weapons (the uzi has some uses. some.), expensive toys, or a crutch to ward off one’s own lack of accuracy.

      And no, you don’t have to reload every 5-8 seconds. Assuming an army standard rifle/carbine, you are moving, acquiring your target, letting off a 3 shot burst, and then moving again. If you’re sitting there letting off shot after shot, you’ve already lost your window of opportunity.

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    14. That may be the tackiest and obnoxious shirt I’ve ever seen.

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    15. @nyokki:

      I take it you haven’t been to your local mall. Do a GIS for Bape. Just Go to any store that has terrible spelling in its name. I guarantee you will want the above gun reading you your last rights when you walk in.

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    16. Reload, reload!

      If they were going to make it that big, why not make it curved like a banana clip. Then at least it wouldn’t catch on things so easily.

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    17. A drum would have been much less silly looking, and a lot less likely to get in the way….but not as easy to poke fun at.

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    18. @ian356094: While those links aren’t exactly perfect, you make a good point. Clips are very much like hair clips, or paper clips, barely covering what it is used for, and a magazine completely encases the bullets, almost “sheltering” if you will…

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    19. @ian356094: @casemods:

      KNEW IT

      FUCKING KNEW IT

      MOTHERFUCKERS

      I HAVE BEEN WAITING SO LONG, WHERE WERE YOU

      hahaahhahahahahahahah

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    20. @ ian356094
      there had to be a gun snob on teh internet somewhere

      ‘course i was about to say the same thing

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    21. Sheesh… I bet 25% of that magazine is all spring…

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    22. @Phyreblade: Not sure how real guns work (haha) but my airsoft spring only takes up about 5% of the magazine.

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    23. @casemods: In your non-airsoft firearm, the spring and follower takes up a whole lot more space than that. Depending on magazine configuration I think it can occupy up to 20% of the magazines length.

      If someone has actually measured it I’d be curious to know what the hard figures are…

      But either way, in this case I think the percentage will be much more, because you would need some beefy springs to carry all that ammo…

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