91/30 Bayonets are dangerous to flatscreens

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  1. Krazycheetah

    Krazycheetah G&G Newbie

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    This genius decided to show off his 91/30 WITH the Bayonet on, not a good idea I laughed pretty hard at this one.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbgj8HjZg0U"]Fat Guy Bayonet's $3000 Dollar TV on Livestream - YouTube[/ame]
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    What a moron...
  3. Jay

    Jay Old man, no tact... Staff Member Forum Contributor

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    another reason to add more chlorine to the gene pool..... :rolleyes:
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    That's almost as good as the kid "lifting weights" who puts a bench press bar right through an aquarium...and then yells for his mommy!

    I'll see if I can find the video again...
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    HA! Well THAT was easy. I Googled "Kid Weights Aquarium Mommy" and hit "video" ....and it was the very first thing that popped up. :D

    Here: [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPIoTKMa3zw]Best Weight Lifting Accident - Guy Breaks Fish Tank - YouTube[/ame]
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    Some people's kids ...
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    lol, mom looked hot!
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    We have all done some pretty retarded things, but I must admit, nothing that bad...yet. Thanks for the good chuckle, guys!
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    I've whacked the ceiling fan a couple times carrying a rifle to the back room. The Navy taught us to ALWAYS carry the rifle muzzle UP!
    Ceiling fans really hate long rifles! :blackeye:
  11. Jay

    Jay Old man, no tact... Staff Member Forum Contributor

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    How did you carry a rifle thru a hatch aboard ship? I'd think your ceiling fans are higher off the deck than the top of a hatch... :dunno:
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    Ha ha ha ha if he hadn't been showing off on camera he could have blamed it on a Wii controller. I've seen that happen a lot..

    Seeya
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    yet? you mean your not done yet?;)
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    The M14 and Rem870 weren't near as long as a 1916-dated Sesty M91 or a Turk M1902 Mauser! :p
    I had enough trouble remembering to DUCK when running through a hatch during security alert! Hehehe......
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    Just another reason to leave the bayo wraped up in the paper it came in.
    Don't unwrap it, test fit it, stick it into a tree, use it as a screw driver, or any of that other stuff. Just put it in a pile with the rest of the bayo's, you have it to sell with the rifle if you ever need to. :)
  16. Jay

    Jay Old man, no tact... Staff Member Forum Contributor

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    heh, Marine Corps "hatches" were usually full-sized doors... :D
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    i cant say too much icuz i shot my tv and today i drove my bayonet into the ceiling
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    Hey Elvis, was Goulet on? :p
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    Hah, I have an old 91/30 bayo (don't have the rifle anymore) that I have used in the garden. Used it to drive holes in the ground for seeds, spike it in the ground and tied a line around it to make straight rows, and a few other uses. Hell, if you don't have truck gun, carry one of these under the seat of you car. lol.
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    i dont get it ,maybe before my time
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