Thursday, December 28, 2006

Boomsticks: I don't know...

...where ColtCCO found this graphic (or if he made it himself) but it made me laugh 'til I blew snot out my nose.

Insider Gun Nut Humor Image Follows:




(Before the HK fanboys don their MOLLE gear and form a lynch mob, remember that I've owned more P7's, USP's, and HK91's than you have; laugh at yourselves once in a while, it won't hurt...)

7 comments:

BryanP said...

Now that's funny.

I don't own any HK's myself. Wouldn't mind a P7, not a fan of the USP series, but that's just personal preference. Obviously they're good enough for many. If I suddenly had tons of extra cash to throw around I might get an HK91 as a toy.

As for laughing, well, my motto is that if you can't laugh at yourself, I'll do it for you.

Ninth Stage said...

When I was a child I drank childish drinks. As I've grown those beverages have lost their hold on me.

pdb said...

I think the USP-45F is one of the best fighting sidearms in the world. I would unhesitatingly recommend it to anyone if it was made and supported by someone other than H&K.

Sigivald said...

I'm just not rich enough to own HK firearms.

Even my G3 clone isn't even a G3, but a CETME. (Well, price and delicious wood furniture, in that specific.)

Paul Simer said...

OH YEAH!

Anonymous said...

Hello, my name is Brass, and I'm and H&K kool-aid drinker. Now if I could just find another that is enamored of H&K the way I was, I could sell my USP .45 and buy myself a 1911. To be honest, I'll probably get an XD-45 as well, I do like me some polymer goodness and hi-cap mags.

Brass

Trebor said...

I was fascinated by the P7 until I actually bought one. My wife and I cycled through four M8's and one PSP until we both gave up on the design. We tried brand new guns, old well broken in guns, and guns with both the short trigger and long trigger, before we both realized there were better choices.

For her, it was when we realized that she couldn't shoot *any* P7 with her left hand only. She could barely shoot them with only her right hand. That was a deal killer, right there.

For me, it was when I realized that I shot both my $350 CZ-7 *and* my $150 dollar Makarov better then my $1,000 P7.

The P7 is a *neat* gun, from an engineering and "coolness" standpoint, but I'm glad my P7 itch is thoroughly scratched.

Ugh, and let's not talk about HK customer service if you aren't LEO or military.