Coming to a meth lab near you

:grimacing: would you even consider using this

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Darwin was right.

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So is Brandon Herrera:

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This is why we need to pass a law requiring serial numbers on personally manufactured firearms. :rofl: Just think, if he had to get a serial number for that before he was “allowed” to build it, he would not have been able to get it, and then he would not have been able to build it. :rofl: Just like the illegal drugs he was selling, if he had to get a license to illegally dispense meth first, he would not have been able to sell it. :rofl:

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By far the most complicated improvisation I’ve seen in a while… could have just used some pipe, a cap, some JB weld, and a nail…

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I believe it was the “pipe” that was part of the problem, likely the effects of using it influenced his design… :rofl:

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Good point…he probably used his supply of pipe to over-engineer a pipe :rofl:

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hey but at least he was forward thinking when he put the tactical flashlight on it… :crazy_face: :grimacing:

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Wouldn’t want to accidentally shoot your dealer!

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Yea but then we would need a law saying it is illegal to break the law😹. Two can play at this game.

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I think it’s the most hilarious matter, thank goodness it wasn’t an automatic weapon of war, with 30 cartridges in the bullet!
They should ban the light, that could take someone’s eyes out!

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Not to mention more than ten clips per cartridge.

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The .410 can only hold 3 buckshot balls, and about 20 bb sized balls. Thankfully, as I understand, no shotgun shell can hold 30 cartridges in a bullet, though some cartridges may contain two bullets, or more… as I posted in another thread. :sunglasses:

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Pretty sure it’s mockery of the current commander-in-thief.

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You WIN. :rofl: :joy: :sweat_smile:

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Think about what this dude could do if he was clean, and given the right equipment :thinking:

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