User:Yo dawg 111
Welcome to my very long and detailed and random page! Please enjoy.--Yo dawg 111 13:26, 11 March 2012 (CDT)
Age: Not telling
I love guns (mostly handguns), and I love movies. Otherwise, I wouldn't be on this site.
If I could have one gun, it would be the very first M1911 ever made. The original probably doesn't even exist anymore, but what the heck.
My Top 5 Handguns
I know more about handguns than any other type of gun.
5: Glock Handguns
1:M1911A1 ( I like all 1911 handguns except for the retarded polymer one by Rock River Arms)
Best CCW Handguns
5)Springfield XDS Finally, a. controllable pocket .45.
4) Smith & Wesson M&P Shield Perfect for recoil shy rookies who want their gun to be small and pack a punch.
3) Glock 19 A great starter gun. If you want to go smaller check out the G26.
2) SIG-Sauer P238 The safety may take some training to get used to but practice makes perfect. Available in .380 but a new version (P938) is a 9mm.
1) Whatever works for you the best. You don't need a full-size M1911A1 so take your time and find out what fits your needs.
CCW Advice Videos from The Yankee Marshall
NOTE: I id not make these videos, The Yankee Marshal did. I found them very informative.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLUwxH-joW4&feature=plcp&context=C43838abVDvjVQa1PpcFO--Js14NG6VJE5aLpXE2tWOcbV3iuv4vE= ? A serious take at carry. This video is not serious. Don't use it for reference.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fM1myj5EDfk&feature=plcp&context=C4a9e08aVDvjVQa1PpcFO--Js14NG6VBllYAcduogiAVOwIK8AyB0= Ending the fight vs. fighting the battle
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kz5dp4O1jc&feature=plcp&context=C48c98b2VDvjVQa1PpcFO--Js14NG6VCD30KksQ3Ch3a08Nm6vT0I= Changing an EDC. The Yankee Marshall asks for help changing his.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-4p4wwIEZ0&feature=plcp&context=C4372761VDvjVQa1PpcFO--Js14NG6VPLQNCiH5eQc4EPgKltSLgE%3D The Yankee Marshall's carry situation.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KQeEHUNdZk&feature=plcp&context=C43de3aeVDvjVQa1PpcFO--Js14NG6VGK03zy4ztAw1TZj0piFg-s%3D Carrying a "magnum" revolver.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wS8g5dExJQ&feature=plcp&context=C46296dfVDvjVQa1PpcFO--Js14NG6VKYs2TedKVaIWOP0n7YicZA%3D Summary of what The Yankee Marshal has to say about carry.
We aren't just here for the guns, we're here for the movies too! Here is my top 15!!!!!
2: Die Hard
3: 16 Blocks
4: First Blood
Should 16 Blocks have Kept the Alternate Ending?
My 3rd favorite movie is the action thriller 16 Blocks about a lazy cop (Bruce Willis) who has a change of heart and goes out of his way to help a reluctant witness (Mos Def) get to a courthouse in the Big Apple by 10:00 so he can testify against 6 corrupt detectives. But the detectives won't go down without a fight so with the whole city against them they begin the 16 block trek to the courthouse.
The remainder of this section contains spoilers.....
The normal ending has Det. Mosely going off to jail and then getting a cake from Eddie for his birthday as he realizes that people can change. Very emoional and extremley good. However in the alternate ending, Mosely is shot in the courthouse and uses ghe last of his strength to press play on the recorder condemming the corrupt detectives. Then on Moseley's birthday Eddie sends a cake and a letter to Moseley's sister.
According to me, the alternate ending was a much more emotional way to end the movie and a way to show how much Eddie and Mosely changed and became good people in the end because Mosely gave his life to stop 5 other cops from being corrupt. Thats just my 2 cents.
Best Action Actors
5: Chuck Norris
1: Bruce Willis
Movie Review for Collateral
Collateral has to be the most underrated Tom Cruise movie ever. A friend suggested it to me. I rented it (thank you Netflix) and had very low expectations. Don't get me wrong, Tom Cruise is a good actor and I enjoy the Mission Impossible series, but that is what I saw him as. A John Woo style James Bond. Collateral stunned me with Tom Cruise starring as Vincent, a hitman for hire. Seeing Tom go from all American action hero to cold blooded gun for hire was a big switch up for me. But Cruise pulled it off. He was a likeable charecter because of what his acting past was, and in the movie Max (Jamie Foxx) has several small talk conversations with him like it was any other night. The rich back story Vincent's charecter had was amazing. Vincent says his dad died. Max asks how. Vincent says he killed him then says he is joking. His dad died from a liver failure. Early in the movie, Vincent says he didn't kill a man, "the bullets and the fall did". Say Vincent stabbed his dad in the liver. Now you see the backstory coming together. The Cyotes in Koreatown scene also showed some of Vincent's past. He looks like he is having a flashback when he sees the cyotes. Did something happen hen he was young with cyotes? Is that what screwed up his head? Also notice how Vincent is dressed in gray and the resemblence between him and the cyotes. These little details blew my mind and improved the movie overall. Just in case you are wondering, I am not an English teacher who is trying to get you to find all of the "foreshadowing" and stuff. The best part of the movie is (SPOILER) after the Club Fever shootout to the end of the movie when the credits finally say "Collateral". IMDB users give it a 7.7 out of 10. I give it a 500 out of 10.
Thank you Tom Cruise, Jamie Foxx, and Micheal Mann for creating the best movie ever.--Yo dawg 111 09:56, 26 February 2012 (CST)
My favorite Die Hard Movies in Order
4) Die Hard 2
1) Die Hard
Is the .380 an adequate self defense round?
Yes and no.
Let me explain.
Any bullet can kill someone. But do you really need to in self defense like Concealed Carry?
Yes and no.
You want a round that has stopping and knock down power. The average crook (we will leave out the armed ballistic vest running gun battles) will stop at seeing a gun but if they don't then you can shoot them. Hopefully they will recover at the hospital but if necessary you can use your gun and training to shoot them in the head.
Any bullet will kill someone but it is all about what you feel comfortable with. If a .40 S&W is all you feel comfortable with then find a .40 that fits your needs. Find your minimum caliber that you like then find your maximum caliber that you like and find a gun that suits your needs in one of those calibers.
I wanted to make a page for a youtube movie that I like, but youtube movies are not allowed on IMFDB, so I made an unofficial page.
Left 4 Dead- The Movie (Part 1 and 2)
Despite the name, This follows a separate story than from the video games. A group of survivors attempts to rescue another survivor, and the rescue attempt goes wrong. The only two survivors desperately try to reach a safe haven in the zombie-ridden world.
Josh uses an AK-47 in the opening battle. Presumably it is taken when Tank, Jake, and the other unnamed survivor try to overthrow Josh and JJ. One of the carjackers uses an AK. An unamed survivor also uses one.
A FN Minimi is used by Tank in the opening sequence.
JJ uses a Beretta 92FS to threaten one of the carjackers in the beginning of part 2. It is captured by another carjacker almost immediately. A different female survivor (who is currently unnamed) uses one in the climax of part 2.
Smith and Wesson Model 629
JJ uses a Smith & Wesson 629 when he is rescued. It is presumably lost during the 2 weeks between part 1 and 2.
Unknown Semi-Auto Sniper Rifle
Used by Jake in the opening shootout.
One of the soldiers uses a SCAR-L during the climax of part 2.
A Galil is used by the soldier with glasses during the climax of part 2.
A Heckler & Koch UMP is used by Kate, then later Josh when she is killed.
Heckler and Koch MP7
JJ takes a Heckler & Koch MP7 from Kate's house.
Kimber Desert Warrior
Bill uses a Kimber Warrior with threaded barrel to intimidate Josh during the carjacking sequence.
Unknown M16 Variant
A survivor is seen holding some type of M16.
A M16A4 (Sporter Competition H-Bar) is seen being used by a survivor in the climax of Part 2.
Smith & Wesson 5906
The scout survivor carries a Smith & Wesson 5906.