Whats the biggest gun that you ever used?? - Page 7

June 25th, 2004  
Originally Posted by Desert Blossom
We got a call a few weeks back involving some nationals having weapons in their vehicles... AK47's to be exact... The Kuwaiti police identified them and they said that they used them to shoot birds off of power lines...
They must have been VERY large birds, or very LOW power lines. Sometimes I take my .22 to do some elk hunting at 800 meters
Biggest gun ever fired was Mk19. I love that thing.
June 28th, 2004  
The biggest I ever fired is a .50 cal machine gun and a .50 sniperrife (M82a1)
June 28th, 2004  
Originally Posted by Grimnar
The biggest I ever fired is a .50 cal machine gun and a .50 sniperrife (M82a1)
Aahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.................. Browning , I wanna shoot with that too!
June 29th, 2004  
A simple M9, nothing heavy duty, yet.

I'm hoping my friend'll take me to the shooting range and let me pump a few rounds outta his SOCOM
March 29th, 2006  
Browning M2 .50 Cal Machine gun, and I guess you could call these "weapons" rather than guns, but 40mm GLA, M72A6 and Carl Gustav 84mm.
April 10th, 2006  
My biggest has already been mentioned, but what the hay....

105 mm howitzer, fired HE (lots of it) ILLUM, (lots of it) WP, (not so much)
Had a blast doing it, though.

April 10th, 2006  
man, I've shot just about every caliber of domestic-use weapons,m save for maybe .243. My cousin's lightweight colt .45 M1911 is a joy to shoot.

Personally, I use a Remington 870 Express with 3 inch mags, usually #2s in a full choke. For deer hunting, I'll use a Savage .270 with Nosler tips, though I'm looking into Barnes' Triple Shok X- when I shot my first deer a year ago, I couldn't find a blood trail- I got lucky when the doe jumped a fence, ran into a pine tree, and died there.
April 11th, 2006  
double barrel 10 gauge. and no i only pulled one at a time. shoulder was F'ed up after though.hahaha
April 11th, 2006  
Same as CC, a double barreled 10 guage is all I have fired off, for rifles the largest is only a .22, when just shooting targets for practice you don't need much more than that. I personally enjoy trap shooting quite a bit, especially when we are throwing the traps south and shooting them over the hiway so they land in my uncle's ex-wife's field. Oops
April 13th, 2006  
sven hassell
Bren gun in both its forms.