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Hey Gun Nuts.. I need some help

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by wakassOATH, Jan 15, 2004.

  1. wakassOATH

    wakassOATH Guest

    i need to find some info on the gun that eazy-e is holding below
    could someone tell me what kind of gun it is and its features, or a website that has a review on it?
    thanks in advance.

  2. mr.yuck

    mr.yuck Veteran Member

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    Do you have a bigger picture with some better quality?
  3. seeking

    seeking Dirty Dozen Crew

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    is there anyway you could possibly find a smaller picture of it?

    i'm thinking colt 1911 9mm, but thats just a guess.
  4. seeking

    seeking Dirty Dozen Crew

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  5. wakassOATH

    wakassOATH Guest

    shit, thats the only pic i could find.. some one told me it was a beretta, and someone else told me it was a 9mm and had like a clip of 16.. i dont know im really gun stupid
  6. mr.yuck

    mr.yuck Veteran Member

    Joined: May 12, 2000 Messages: 6,952 Likes Received: 6
    Have you listened to the tape. Im sure he makes referance to the guns multiple times in various robberies and murders that he committed. Then come back here and list all the guns that he mentioned in the songs and i will tell you which ones it is definately not.

  7. Rectum

    Rectum Senior Member

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    its not a beretta
  8. Telo

    Telo Elite Member

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  9. seeking

    seeking Dirty Dozen Crew

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    it could be a beretta.

    to be honest, with such a small pic, its gonna be pretty impossible to figure out conclusively.
  10. KaBar2

    KaBar2 Senior Member

    Joined: Jun 27, 2003 Messages: 2,128 Likes Received: 66
    Com'n you GUYS

    That looks like a custom Colt-pattern .45 ACP Government M1911A1. That particular one (in the larger pic) is a stainless steel Armscor, I think. The distinctive striations on the front part of the slide look a lot like an Armscor, anyway. Hard to tell in the smaller pic, but whatever it is, it has the distinctive appearance of the Colt Government Model. The M1911A1 was the standard sidearm of the U.S. armed forces for about seventy years or so.

    The 9mm Beretta M9 (civilian designation is the Beretta 92F, I believe) was introduced in the early 1980's to comply with NATO handgun ammunition requirements. The 9mm is way too light a round for military use, in my opinion. The Marine Corps, of course, delayed as long as they could. They loved the .45, but the remaining stocks of M1911A1's were all WWII vintage (ours dated from 1942 to 1944) and were getting really worn out and tired. There is a big difference between the performance of the .45 ACP and the 9mm Parabellum cartridges. The .45 is much slower (860 fps), but when it gets to the target, it delivers a tremendous amount of kill power. The 9mm is much smaller in diameter, and much faster. They do penetrate many brands of lighter "bulletproof" vests, but the Level IIA and Level III's will stop a 9mm. They tend to overpenetrate an unarmored human target, and frequently go all the way through. The guy may bleed to death, but it doesn't knock his ass down and out.

    A friend of mine who is a cop answered a domestic disturbance call. The guy was drunk, and beat up his handicapped mother. He was armed with a loaded shotgun. The cops convinced him to put the shotgun down, but then he rushed them, knocked my friend over, and wrestled the baton out of his hands and started choking him with it. The other cop was beating on the suspect his his baton, but it had no effect. My friend realized he was choking and about to pass out, so he pulled his .45 and turned his hand around backwards, pressing the muzzle of the .45 into the suspects lower abdomen, and lit off a round.

    It went through the guy, blowing the shit out of his intestines and exiting through his asshole. He immediately stopped choking my friend, and fell over. He almost bled out, but the ambulance got there a little too quickly. The bullet clipped the other cop in the shin, causing a minor wound. The suspect was convicted of assault on a police officer with a deadly weapon (the baton) and got 15 years. He's living in prison with a colostomy bag and no rectum.

    The moral of this story: a .45 will put a big ass hole in whatever you shoot it into. If the cops tell you to surrender--DO IT. Ninety days for beating up your mother is a hell of a lot better than 15 years for assaulting a police officer, not to mention getting your ass shot off.
  11. wakassOATH

    wakassOATH Guest

    tanks to everyone for there help..
    kabar, i did a little search on the info you gave.. and i came up with this


    is this the same gun?

    sorry for my stupidity.. im from canada and im not supposed to know about guns.
  12. &Lobotomized

    &Lobotomized New Jack

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    "I wanna get the same gun Eazy-E has!!" :lol:
  13. KaBar2

    KaBar2 Senior Member

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    It's the same "model," but not the same manufacturer

    John Browning designed the Colt Model 1905. He changed the design a bunch, and it became the M1911. The U.S. Government adopted it, with a few changes. With the changes (different mainspring housing, grip safety) it was designated the M1911A1. The U.S. issued it out in .45 ACP (automatic Colt pistol) to replaced the much less powerful Smith & Wesson .38 revolvers that had been adopted in the 1890's to replace the big old Colt Peacemaker .45s. (That was a different .45 caliber cartridge--the .45 "Long Colt.")

    During WWII, the Colt facory was unable to even come close to meeting the government need for pistols, so the Government contracted out to a bunch of other manufacturers to make them.

    After 14 years (I believe) a patent runs out, and anyone can begin making that item. A great number of other manufacturers, both big and small, now make M1911A1 pistols. They are ubitquitous, all over the world.

    My battalion armory (which I was in charge of) had about 250 of these in our possession. We also had 611 M16A1's, 36 M-60 machineguns, 12 60mm mortars, eight 81mm mortars, eight rocket launchers that fired incindiary rockets, four M-40A1 sniper rifles, etc., etc., etc.

    I got so sick of taking guns apart to LTI them, I didn't care if I never saw another firearm.
  14. diggity

    diggity Guest

    as long as you dont want to sleep with the same women he did, i guess you'll be alright
  15. SaracasticH

    SaracasticH Banned

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