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I Think This Should Read …

a journalists guide to Firearms Identification.  I’d be pretty impressed with any journalist that could correctly identify all of these, but the joke is amusing, nonetheless.

UPDATE: Thanks to Robb for the photoshop correction.

9 Responses to “I Think This Should Read …”

  1. Ben Childress says:

    I would be impressed with a journalist who could identify a 1/3 of them.

  2. mikeb302000 says:

    Wasn’t that bottom one on the left some kind of Star Trek phaser?

    I agree it’s very amusing and makes a good point.

  3. Strings says:

    Ok, I’m gonna give it a shotL

    AK 47, AR 15, P90, Mini Uzi, Barret (bolt action), Walther PPK/S, CZ75, RPG7

    Don’t know what the car is, but the “phaser” is actually a pneumatic toy gun…

  4. Inebriated Arsonist says:

    The item on the bottom-left of the chart is a toy gun that shoots raw potato pellets, mikeb. You can pick one up off Amazon for about five bucks (http://www.amazon.com/American-Science-Surplus-POTATO-GUN/dp/B0006GK8H8“).

  5. Robb Allen says:

    Updated for your approval

  6. NJSoldier says:

    It has always amazed me that major newspapers and networks could not be bothered to hire one veteran or firearms expert onto the editorial staff. It shows real distain.

  7. B Woodman says:

    All in all, it’s funny, and makes a valid point to anyone with intelligence and a sense of humor.

  8. Carl in Chicago says:

    Yes, they are all AK47s.

    Have some fun. At random, just ask strangers if they know what an AK47 is … they will inevitably say “yes.” Then ask them to describe one to you. The answers will go all over the place (and usually not even close).

    I still think their poor little minds would come apart if they learned about AK-74s …

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