Attempted robbery at Dixie Gun and Pawn: 1911 saves the day!

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Re: Attempted robbery at Dixie Gun and Pawn: 1911 saves the day!

Postby mojo84 » Wed Jan 11, 2017 9:33 pm

crazy2medic wrote:
mojo84 wrote:
crazy2medic wrote:
mojo84 wrote:Was it the inanimate object called a 1911 that saved the day or was it the person using the inanimate tool that saved it? :mrgreen:


Both! The synergy of a combat effective pistol and caliber wielded by a man that knows what he's doing!


I think you missed the spirit in which my comment was made. Did you not see the first post and the green smiley face I included?

Every thread doesn't have to lead to a serioys debate or argument.

Wow, was not intended to cause a serious debate or argument!


My apologies. I guess it's common to answer a rhetorical question that's intended as a joke in your neck of the woods.
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Re: Attempted robbery at Dixie Gun and Pawn: 1911 saves the day!

Postby nightmare69 » Thu Jan 12, 2017 7:59 am

If he would hadn't run out of ammo he may have gotten the second guy also. Just goes to show you the 45 or die guys never think they will miss to justify having only 6rds.
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Re: Attempted robbery at Dixie Gun and Pawn: 1911 saves the day!

Postby Pawpaw » Thu Jan 12, 2017 8:56 am

nightmare69 wrote:If he would hadn't run out of ammo he may have gotten the second guy also. Just goes to show you the 45 or die guys never think they will miss to justify having only 6rds.

Interesting conclusion, especially since it's easy to see his slide never locked back, which it would if he ran out of ammo. How did you deduce that?
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Re: Attempted robbery at Dixie Gun and Pawn: 1911 saves the day!

Postby nightmare69 » Thu Jan 12, 2017 10:51 am

Pawpaw wrote:
nightmare69 wrote:If he would hadn't run out of ammo he may have gotten the second guy also. Just goes to show you the 45 or die guys never think they will miss to justify having only 6rds.

Interesting conclusion, especially since it's easy to see his slide never locked back, which it would if he ran out of ammo. How did you deduce that?


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Re: Attempted robbery at Dixie Gun and Pawn: 1911 saves the day!

Postby jason812 » Thu Jan 12, 2017 11:13 am

Pawpaw wrote:
nightmare69 wrote:If he would hadn't run out of ammo he may have gotten the second guy also. Just goes to show you the 45 or die guys never think they will miss to justify having only 6rds.

Interesting conclusion, especially since it's easy to see his slide never locked back, which it would if he ran out of ammo. How did you deduce that?


Around the 14-15 second mark it looks like he could possibly be reloading.

If he didn't reload, maybe he does have a 9mm 1911 :eek6 I'm not a 1911 guy but isn't that sacrilegious?

What if he was one of us fellow confused caliber identifiers and had a .40? Would it be the proof of how good the .40 is? Dropped the guy on one shot and didn't need to reload... "rlol"
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Re: Attempted robbery at Dixie Gun and Pawn: 1911 saves the day!

Postby Pawpaw » Thu Jan 12, 2017 12:02 pm

nightmare69 wrote:
Pawpaw wrote:
nightmare69 wrote:If he would hadn't run out of ammo he may have gotten the second guy also. Just goes to show you the 45 or die guys never think they will miss to justify having only 6rds.

Interesting conclusion, especially since it's easy to see his slide never locked back, which it would if he ran out of ammo. How did you deduce that?


#sarcasm

Now see, that's why we need a sarcasm font! ;-)
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Re: Attempted robbery at Dixie Gun and Pawn: 1911 saves the day!

Postby Beiruty » Thu Jan 12, 2017 12:07 pm

jason812 wrote:
Pawpaw wrote:
nightmare69 wrote:If he would hadn't run out of ammo he may have gotten the second guy also. Just goes to show you the 45 or die guys never think they will miss to justify having only 6rds.

Interesting conclusion, especially since it's easy to see his slide never locked back, which it would if he ran out of ammo. How did you deduce that?


Around the 14-15 second mark it looks like he could possibly be reloading.

If he didn't reload, maybe he does have a 9mm 1911 :eek6 I'm not a 1911 guy but isn't that sacrilegious?

What if he was one of us fellow confused caliber identifiers and had a .40? Would it be the proof of how good the .40 is? Dropped the guy on one shot and didn't need to reload... "rlol"


Double stack 1911 pistols in 9mm are best guns for competition. Have you heard of STI? or SVI?
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Re: Attempted robbery at Dixie Gun and Pawn: 1911 saves the day!

Postby jason812 » Thu Jan 12, 2017 1:52 pm

Beiruty wrote:
jason812 wrote:
Pawpaw wrote:
nightmare69 wrote:If he would hadn't run out of ammo he may have gotten the second guy also. Just goes to show you the 45 or die guys never think they will miss to justify having only 6rds.

Interesting conclusion, especially since it's easy to see his slide never locked back, which it would if he ran out of ammo. How did you deduce that?


Around the 14-15 second mark it looks like he could possibly be reloading.

If he didn't reload, maybe he does have a 9mm 1911 :eek6 I'm not a 1911 guy but isn't that sacrilegious?

What if he was one of us fellow confused caliber identifiers and had a .40? Would it be the proof of how good the .40 is? Dropped the guy on one shot and didn't need to reload... "rlol"


Double stack 1911 pistols in 9mm are best guns for competition. Have you heard of STI? or SVI?


I've been inside STI's machine shop. We need a sarcasm font for sure.
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Re: Attempted robbery at Dixie Gun and Pawn: 1911 saves the day!

Postby bnc » Thu Jan 12, 2017 6:11 pm

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Re: Attempted robbery at Dixie Gun and Pawn: 1911 saves the day!

Postby HKMike » Thu Jan 12, 2017 7:56 pm

The AP actually ran this story on their U.S. News section. (No anti-gun commentary or snowflake thoughts for the dead perpetrator) Couldn't believe my eyes.https://apnews.com/d7fa7edc04904cc7a96708798bdeeaaa/Georgia-gun-store-owner-shoots,-kills-armed-robbery-suspect

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Re: Attempted robbery at Dixie Gun and Pawn: 1911 saves the day!

Postby The Annoyed Man » Fri Jan 13, 2017 4:42 pm

Charles L. Cotton wrote:
canvasbck wrote:Look at all the smoke, was he using Wolf ammo??

I was wondering if he was shooting cast bullets!

Chas.

It was one of those black powder 1911s, from back when the 1911 was invented...
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