Its time to play: NAME THAT GUN!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Fibfinder, Feb 1, 2007.

  1. Fibfinder

    Fibfinder New Member

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    Greetings all, attached herein, are pics of various small arms.
    (Two, to be exact). See if you can identify them and tell me what you know about them. I always interested to learn more.






    Now all I have to do is figure out how to get the attachments on.
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  2. click

    click New Member

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    :D
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  3. Crpdeth

    Crpdeth New Member

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    Yep! they are small arms alright!

    Welcome to the clan Fibfinder

    Crpdeth
  4. berto64

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    The one on the left appears to be a ghostrider 22 revolver & the one on the right appears to be an old Phantom 36 cal. revovler.

    Wadayouguys think?
  5. durk

    durk New Member

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    They must be painted camouflage.:D
  6. click

    click New Member

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    the one on the left is the Phantom. I'm not sure about the one on the right.......maybe...........could it be?.................yes.................a paper clip!:D
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    Lead Lobber Former Guest

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    Oh, goodie :rolleyes: Let's all play again :)

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  8. Crpdeth

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    Nope, look closely at the one on the right and you see the tell tale signs...It resembles the Phantom, but it was made after Casper gun works of Bermuda Triangle bought into the company...It is a mod 0.0 Casper Vanish. in a limited run of 1 of 1 this piece is all but transparant in beauty and seems unobtainable to even the highest bidder. If sold in auction today it would almost certainly bring in the unbelievable 2 dollar bill which is of course sought after by every Taco Bell in every mall across the USA.

    Hang on to this piece! It could very well be worth a plug nickle in only a few short decades from now.

    Crpdeth
  9. Marlin

    Marlin *TFF Admin Staff Chief Counselor*

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    Somebody forgot to remove the invisible coating......
  10. AL MOUNT

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    Yer jerkin our chain.....right....:eek:

    I don't see no stinking peektures....:D
  11. They're wrapped up in ghillie suits, Al. :D
  12. AL MOUNT

    AL MOUNT New Member

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    Oh.......:eek: .....that explains it.......

    Did I mention that my great grandma's maiden name was "Hathcock".....

    From Arkansas......:D
  13. Brob73

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    I think I seen these guns on the Future Weapons show.

    They're part of the new stealth tactical program.;) :D :rolleyes: :confused: :eek:
  14. durk

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    Hey Fibfinder, were any of our answers correct about the guns?;)
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    22WRF Well-Known Member

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    I ran it thru Snopes and it's a Fib
  16. Hey Fib, I forgot to say, welcome to TFF! :D And don't mind all these jokers (myself included!). This sort of thing goes on all the time around here and it's all meant in fun. On TFF the laughs are all with you, never at you. ;)
  17. durk

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    Yes, all good fun.:)
  18. Fib, there are two ways you can include an image in one of your posts.

    1. If the image you want to include is on your own computer system . . .

    Bring up a reply screen by clicking on Post Reply.

    Type whatever you want to say on the reply form.

    Next, click on the button at the top of the reply screen with the paper clip symbol on it.

    That will bring up a screen with with four lines at the top, each with a button to the right that says "Browse." Click on the top Browse button.

    Doing that will bring you to your own computer's directories.

    Find the image you want to post.

    Set your cursor on that image. Click on OPEN and its designation will appear in the line to the right of the Browse button.

    Do this with each image you want to post (up to a max of four) using the remaining Browse buttons.

    Click on the "Submit Reply" button at the bottom of the reply form.

    Your post will appear with the images you selected appearing after whatever you wrote.

    2. If the image you want to post is on the Internet . . .

    First, go to the image on the Internet you want to include in your post.

    Once you find it, RIGHT click on it.

    A set of options will come up, the bottom one of those is "Properties."

    Click on it.

    An inset screen will pop up which gives various information about the Internet image you right clicked on. One of those is Address (URL). Copy that full address.

    Go back to TFF and click on the Post Reply Button.

    Type whatever it is you want to say.

    Next, click on the Insert Image button at the top of the reply form. It is yellow with what looks like a black mountain at the bottom with a small black square in the upper right hand corner.

    You'll get an inset screen with "http://" showing in the line. Back that out, then put the full URL you copied above into that space.

    Click on OK in the upper right-hand corner of the inset screen.

    Click on Submit Reply at the bottom of the reply screen.

    Hope this helps! :D
  19. glocknut

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    Marlin...you're confusing invisible coating with "Phasionic cloaking device".... Obviously, you're not keeping up with the star trek eppisodes !!! :D :D :D :D

    I thought it was Somo's job to do that?!!!! :D :D :D :D

    mike
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  20. AL MOUNT

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    Welcome to the forum.

    Ole Piz speaks the truth......:D

    And although I'm somewhat a newbie myself.....I'm one of the worst.......:eek: