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Shooting Holes in that Kodak Moment

dirt3 Wrote: Feb 06, 2013 5:59 AM
KODAK MOMENT: I thought there should be some ? recoil at the same time the smoke came out of the end of the barrell..... But, like Bill, the last time I fired a weapon, was at Boot Camp @ Fort Knox in 1963.....
Highsider Wrote: Feb 06, 2013 3:12 PM
The4 Prez has a DOJ memo saying that it's alright, in his case, to delay the recoil until he hands the gun off to an unsuspecting flunky. Now, I understand that this might cause some consternation among conservatives since some laws of physics have been broken, but hey, a DOJ memo supercedes mundane things like the laws of physics and the Constitution.
Earl29 Wrote: Feb 06, 2013 12:32 PM
Note the plume of smoke perpendicular to the barrel. This was a ported barrel.
Daniel982 Wrote: Feb 06, 2013 1:41 PM

Just when you thought that we had seen Eastman Kodak’s final swan song, along comes something that was at the very heart of “The Big Yellow Box’s” advertising imprint — the Kodak moment. 

In its attempt to mitigate “persistent” questions regarding Obama’s latest statement that he participates in skeet shooting “all the time” when he’s at Camp David, the White House recently released a photograph showing the president shooting a clay pigeon at the presidential retreat.  Since it’s been years that I personally handled a shotgun, I was very curious to see the president’s form, attire,...

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