WHY do people insist on buying clone guns? If they're awesome internally, they're *suitcasey* externally, and never seem to work. If they're awesome externally, then they're *beep* on the internals. People need to get it through their skulls if they want a truly amazing bit of kit, they need to BUILD IT THEMSELVES. Then, if it doesn't work, the only person they can complain to are themselves, because they were stupid enough to think that they could do it on their own, instead of blaming the shop and shopkeepers that their gun isn't working because we sold them inferior products. IT'S YOUR OWN DAMN FAULT YOU DECIDED TO SPEND $140 ON SOMETHING WE TOLD YOU WOULD BREAK QUICKLY INSTEAD OF $250 ON SOMETHING THAT YOU CAN DROP ON A ROCK AND WON'T DECIDE TO BECOME A GIGANTIC PAPERWEIGHT.
So I get home, and I'm tired as hell. Then I realize, "Wait, I think I left my gas in the car." Then I remember I loaned it to a kid, and grabbed another can.
Also, visiting old workplaces is fun. Making friends/former coworkers feel uncomfortable because I'm casually chatting with someone who always seems mad is awesome.
Oh, and I hate kids.
So to start off this blog of uselessness, I've bought a Tanio Koba USP .40 with four magazines off a friend for $150. mojo has told me that I can only use 134a in it, so naturally I've used Green. Has VERY good kick, and I now have a use for that G&G SS100 suppressor I bought off n00bTard. With the suppressor, it's actually pretty quiet. Not as quiet as the P99, but still really soft.
If anyone wants to make an offer on one of my guns, go ahead and do so. If the price is right, I'll sell it to you, but chances are the answer is no. THAT MEANS YOU DONUT, YOU AREN'T GETTING MY P90.
Oh, and the Daft Punk movie is like watching Beck on crack.