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Applejack: The Gunslinger

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Sgtnolisten
The End wasn't The End - Found a new home after the great exodus of 2012

Conservative Brony
@The Smiling Pony

You have no idea how much trouble I had to go through in order to find this comment again, but I figure it’s worth it for history’s sake with this awesome pic.

Still say it was originally posted on here and not Poni, but that’s just making a mountain out of a molehill.

Anyways, here it is.

Movie announcer voice This summer, from the producers of Red Dead Revolver, and Red Dead Redemption, comes the heartbreaking tale of transformation, loss, and revenge. Applejack, humanized pony, and her valiant steed/brother Big Mac, star in the greatest f+bleep+ing western you will never see, Red Dead Honesty!
Scoopicus
The End wasn't The End - Found a new home after the great exodus of 2012

@C Money
Still not the same round. Slightly different dimensions, almost certainly a different load and the slugs themselves are made of tungsten. Plus it's made by a whole different company. (Misriah Arms)
Somber Star
Whatever bird that's dumber than a duck. Imagine I made the effort to research that and make a new badge for it. - Either a complete retard or a full time moron, it's hard to tell which and frankly I don't care either way

@C Money
Guns are highly precise instruments. In order to use them properly, you need to be able to see exactly where you're aiming. That requires both eyes. Also, there are a lot of factors that can interfere with each shot, such as your stance, the motion and angle of the gun at the time of firing, the way you squeeze the trigger, and depending on distance, atmospheric pressure, wind speed and direction, ambient lighting, and most importantly, attention to each shot.

Spree killers only manage what they do because they are operating in the only situation where firing indiscriminately is effective: against a large number of close-range, densely-packed, unarmed targets and typically before they've started moving.
Background Pony #2315
Can't fav due to (lack of) trigger discipline. An upvote is best I can do.
C Money
Duck - bundle of quacks

@Somber Star
Practice makes perfect. So if I practice enough, even though it'll take a Sh*t-Ton o' it, I will be able to. Besides, it'd only be for big crowds with simi or full-auto small caliber pistols. If the amounts of targets were small, then a single pistol would be good enough… Unless it's two guards that don't expect anything or are not focused. Then both at the same time would be preferable in my mind.
C Money
Duck - bundle of quacks

@Albus Fahrenheits
Not what I do it for. I'd practice it so I can take on either targets from two sides or multiple targets in on direction. Think of it this way: i'm stuck in the middle and bogeys are coming at me both sides. With two guns, One pointed in each direction, I am able to hold them both off. Keep in mind, I'd only dual-wield small calibers like 9mm… Unless a gang took my kid(s) from me, and they're driving away. At that point, I'd risk using twin .44 Mags to stop the cars from getting away. Nothing says "Never take my kids" better than twin head removers. But that's because I'd be raging.
C Money
Duck - bundle of quacks

@Albus Fahrenheits
I shoot guns for both reasons. Hell, as soon as I live on my own I'm going to start practicing dual-wielding. Is practice makes perfect, then you can practice dual-wielding enough to be able to do it effectively.