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In OP's vid the gun turns sideways when you aim at him. Super lame. Don't know if you can shoot at turrets, but overload works on them, so they explode. Even stuff like suicide works on some bosses but not others (not explained why), but I can still hit them only a...
Shooting games have their unique charm. The fundamental reason is that shooting isn’t something everyone can go and do as a hobby. Therefore, it really is logical that a lot of people would want to indulge in it in the type of game.
Nov 18, 2020 · “I was the only Republican working for Dominion Voting, and on the stage there was many terrible comments being made by the city workers and Dominion workers about Republicans. I did not give out any indication that I was a Republican, I have a family at home and knew I was going to have to walk to my car at the end of my shift.
If your gun "safe" costs less than $1500-2000 and is made in the second world, it isn't, to coin a phrase, safe. More like a "steal me box" really. It also should only have a S&G dial lock. Yeah. Real safes have UL listing and a fire rating. Anything else - especially store branded or Stack On - is just a locking metal box.
I have the 10 gun safe. Same locking mechanism. The key won't turn because the vertical steel bar that is part of the locking mechanism sometimes goes out of alignment and gets stuck (see picture below). You can typically force it back into alignment by shaking it. Jiggling the key does sometimes work, but it is unreliable and frustrating.