Just wanted to let you all know shooting a gun is very simple. Everyone can operate a gun. It takes no special skill to do so. You are not special. Everyone who can lift 5 kg up above their head right with their arms can also hold, aim and shoot a gun.
A beginner can shoot just aswell as a senior as long as he understands the concept of guns (point, squeeze, recoil, sights). Perhaps if you have shot guns everyday for 50 years, then maybe you're alittle better but it doesn't really matter.
Guns, very simple weapon to operate. Swords or let's say an axe however, to fight with those kinds of weapons... that takes ALOT of skill.
why in the fuck do you think all of us neckbeards come on here to circlejerk and feel special?
no shit it's easy. why the hell would any of us work to learn a martial skill like some sort of fag? guns are instant gratification.
That's the point, OP. Firearms are great equalizers. I'm sure you wouldn't say this to my 75 year old grandmother with cancer that got her first gun for christmas because she is afraid of being attacked in her home. I'm sure you wouldn't say this is the countless wheelchair bound gun owners that rely on CC'd handguns to keep them from being an easy target. I'm sure you wouldn't say this to a 5'4" 120 lb. woman that just got out of an abusive relationship and is being threatened by their ex that is much bigger and meaner than them. Guns are simple, and that's a good thing
>6/10 bait. made me reply
STOP REPLYING TO TROLLS /k/, IT'S WHY WE HAVE A REPUTATION OF THE EASIEST TROLL TO TROLL
All the skill in the world won't save you from multiple sucking chest wounds.
Start shooting at 600-1000yds and see how "easy" that is.
You are probably troll though.
>Take 40 shots to get one hit on a 30inch gong
>I did it guys, see guns are ez
Let's see you get some first round hits on a c-zone target at 1k yards.
>how the weapon operates in windage
Retard nogunz plz go
>Just wanted to let you all know shooting a gun is very simple. Everyone can operate a gun. It takes no special skill to do so.
I understand that you're trolling, but I generally expect this of people when I take them to the range or teach them to handle a firearm to SOME extent, but I'm constantly surprised how often this turns out not to be true. I mean, I understand that not everyone is going to be Jerry Mickuleck their first time out on the range, but it seems like even people that I had thought to be pretty smart and fast learners turn into a complete mess when you start teaching them.
It really surprises me how strong the intimidation is for some new shooters, it's like they lose all higher brain function and motor skills. They grip the gun in all kinds of awkward and crazy ways even after I try and show them otherwise, they lose track of which buttons/levers control what, they can't remember not to ride the slide home even after telling them a half dozen times, etc. I wasn't a master my first time or anything, but I feel like I picked it up a lot faster than most of these people do. It's very strange to me how much they over complicate even the simple aspects of shooting.
Just wanted to let you all know swinging a sword is very simple. Everyone can swing a blade. It takes no special skill to do so. You are not special. Everyone who can lift 5 kg up above their head right with their arms can also hold, lift, and swing a sword.
A beginner can cut just as well as a senior as long as he understands the concept of swords (lift, swing, balance, sharpen). Perhaps if you have swung swords everyday for 50 years, then maybe you're a little better but it doesn't really matter.
Swords, very simple weapon to operate. Guns or let's say a handgun however, to fight with those kinds of weapons... that takes ALOT of skill.
it doesnt take skill to do what is essentially hitting someone with a very sharp bat. fighting someone who also has a sword does but that situation is so rare its not worth learning anymore