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This is a discussion on Bullet proof vest, not so bullet proof. within the Multimedia Section forums, part of the Off - Topic / Discussion forums category; Originally Posted by Smittro Should have used a 30-06.. takes the guess work out of it..imho.. Nah, 408.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smittro View Post
    Should have used a 30-06.. takes the guess work out of it..imho..
    Nah, 408..


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    20mm Vulcan. Accept no substitutes

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    Quote Originally Posted by stolenthunder View Post
    If I get to shoot back, yes.
    I will make sure to wear my IOTV, and also to really say such a broad statement about judging if it was fake on the recoil of the handgun, you cant really factor that in cause you cant really state you dont know how much this guy actually shoots that gun. It is real because if you look at the impact area around the actual wound it is black and blue from the impact of the bullet, it didnt make full penetration threw the vest. Nothing is ever bulletproof its bullest resistent!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stolenthunder View Post
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    20mm Vulcan. Accept no substitutes
    I refuse to shoot anything like that from a shoulder fire with a bolt action maybe semi or full but not bolt lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluehawk2000 View Post
    I refuse to shoot anything like that from a shoulder fire with a bolt action maybe semi or full but not bolt lol.
    Here's what it looks like from the bench with a suppressor. Not sure who mfg'd this particular stick but I think I'd rather have a Lahti.

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9NxHj1R04g[/ame]

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    Quote Originally Posted by stolenthunder View Post
    Here's what it looks like from the bench with a suppressor. Not sure who mfg'd this particular stick but I think I'd rather have a Lahti.

    I was def expecting it to be alot worse, kinda like the nitro express but that def was not a big of a kick as I was expecting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluehawk2000 View Post
    I was def expecting it to be alot worse, kinda like the nitro express but that def was not a big of a kick as I was expecting.
    The suppressor, that huge tail barrel and his bench setup provide alot of recoil reduction. I've heard of retinal detachment being an issue for some people who use monster caliber rifles from shoulder-fire. Recoil can suck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stolenthunder View Post
    The suppressor, that huge tail barrel and his bench setup provide alot of recoil reduction. I've heard of retinal detachment being an issue for some people who use monster caliber rifles from shoulder-fire. Recoil can suck.
    That doesnt surprise me one bit with the retinal detachment, that would suck to cause once that happens their is no fixing that and your blind in that eye for the rest of your life. I will stick to the .308 lol does everything I need it to do haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluehawk2000 View Post
    That doesnt surprise me one bit with the retinal detachment, that would suck to cause once that happens their is no fixing that and your blind in that eye for the rest of your life. I will stick to the .308 lol does everything I need it to do haha.
    You can't really beat .308 for what it does.

    I should post a video of my registered SWR Trident/Beretta M9 combo sometime. Nothing beats emptying a 15 rnd magazine in your back yard without the neighbors even noticing. Loudest sound, by far, is projectile impact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smittro View Post
    Nah, 408..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98maro View Post
    this is the one i want for christmas... lol
    The Cheytac Intervention holds the longest shot record.. I never herd of the other gun up there

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    The .408CT is an awesome reach-out-and-touch-em round...but it has muzzle energy right around ~8,000ft/lbs compared to the 20mm's almost 40,000ft/lbs. Inside of 20's modest 3,000 yard range, you can't beat it for messing stuff up/killing the occasional antique tank here and there.

    But then again, I don't like making choices. No laws against having both. Though, fortunately there is a $200 ATF tax stamp on each of the 20mm explosive rounds- making any sort of mischeif with it quite cost prohibitive. The solid rounds are something like $30 each.

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    Yea the cheytac that round is insane, I remember some snipers I worked with got the opportunity to play around with those weapons, I got the chance to throw 5 rounds down range. But the cheytac round hits harder at 2,000 meters than a 50 cal!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stolenthunder View Post
    The .408CT is an awesome reach-out-and-touch-em round...but it has muzzle energy right around ~8,000ft/lbs compared to the 20mm's almost 40,000ft/lbs. Inside of 20's modest 3,000 yard range, you can't beat it for messing stuff up/killing the occasional antique tank here and there.

    But then again, I don't like making choices. No laws against having both. Though, fortunately there is a $200 ATF tax stamp on each of the 20mm explosive rounds- making any sort of mischeif with it quite cost prohibitive. The solid rounds are something like $30 each.
    And wtf do you need an explosive 20mm round for a freakin blue whale, that is just retarded. I wouldnt mind getting a silencer for my .308 that would be freakin awsome I hate wearing ear plugs and hate how I am already loosing my hearing, most of it was caused from being a m2 .50cal gunner threw iraq!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluehawk2000 View Post
    And wtf do you need an explosive 20mm round for a freakin blue whale, that is just retarded. I wouldnt mind getting a silencer for my .308 that would be freakin awsome I hate wearing ear plugs and hate how I am already loosing my hearing, most of it was caused from being a m2 .50cal gunner threw iraq!!
    Untill you get that suppressor get yourself a pair of electronic, stereophonic muffs. They'll amplify any sounds around you and protect what's left of your hearing....always use earpro. Every unsuppressed shot fired without protection is permanent, irreversable damage to your sensorineural cells and a little piece of your hearing gone forever.

    Do a ton of research before you make a suppressor purchase. Don't listen to the idiots that say you can make them yourself without paperwork. If you do that, you will spend more time in club fed than if you had actually assaulted someone. I recommend the revocable living trust as a platform for NFA ownership vs. individual transfers. I also recommend any rifle suppressor made by Advanced Armament Corp vs. the competition. Buy once, cry once.

    ...don't save the whales.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stolenthunder View Post
    Untill you get that suppressor get yourself a pair of electronic, stereophonic muffs. They'll amplify any sounds around you and protect what's left of your hearing....always use earpro. Every unsuppressed shot fired without protection is permanent, irreversable damage to your sensorineural cells and a little piece of your hearing gone forever.

    Do a ton of research before you make a suppressor purchase. Don't listen to the idiots that say you can make them yourself without paperwork. If you do that, you will spend more time in club fed than if you had actually assaulted someone. I recommend the revocable living trust as a platform for NFA ownership vs. individual transfers. I also recommend any rifle suppressor made by Advanced Armament Corp vs. the competition. Buy once, cry once.

    ...don't save the whales.
    Yea I know trust me haha, I spent a day out on the range with 16 .50 cals going off, with 8 240 bravo's the next couple days after that sucked. But since I have been home I have only been to the indoor shooting range once with my xdm .40 but I have been wearing earplugs since that day on the range haha.

    And I know I am not that stupid to try and make my own suppressor haha my luck it would blow up on me haha. I dont feel like spending anytime in jail just because I wanna make a gun a little bit more quiet. Dont really plan on risking buying one and being under investigation for some kind of attempted murder shit hahaha.

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    looks fake,
    1 slide on pistol did not move
    2 it only started to bleed AFTER he removed the vest
    3 that close he would have bin knocked on his ass from the shock of the impact

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluehawk2000 View Post
    That doesnt surprise me one bit with the retinal detachment, that would suck to cause once that happens their is no fixing that and your blind in that eye for the rest of your life. I will stick to the .308 lol does everything I need it to do haha.
    I had Retinal detachment in my right eye, they fixed it with laser. As long as it doesn't fold completely over, you have multiple ways of fixing it. I have crazy floaters now though
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackSS01 View Post
    I had Retinal detachment in my right eye, they fixed it with laser. As long as it doesn't fold completely over, you have multiple ways of fixing it. I have crazy floaters now though
    oh ok, yea I remember hearing something along the lines of if you have a retinal detachment then it cannot be fixed period.

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