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Some seriously bad gun handling on The Walking Dead

Not the first time. But srsly:


The middle finger isn’t the least of it.

16 Responses to “Some seriously bad gun handling on The Walking Dead”

  1. ravenshrike Says:

    You mean like how he has an invisible eye at his hairline?

  2. SPQR Says:

    If that gun were real, he wouldn’t hang onto it upon the shot.

  3. Ohio Shawn Says:

    We’re supposed to believe he’s survived a couple of years of zombies and doesn’t know how to shoot? Do they even have a weapons advisor on set?

  4. HL Says:

    I don’t watch the show anymore, but will assume the actor is British.

  5. HL Says:

    Oops, saved too soon. Andrew Lincoln can’t aim a gun either.

  6. ravenshrike Says:

    But was he standing still in that shot or firing at something behind him while running away?

  7. Robert Says:

    I don’t know about the rest of you, but I distinctly heard a collective groan from the entire gun community that watched that episode.

  8. Flight-ER-Doc Says:

    Feeling lucky, punk?

    Are you?

    Go ahead, make my day….pull that trigger!

    Evolution in action….

  9. Kevin Baker Says:

    Some dumb SOB actually TEACHES that grip, insisting that it’s superior because you “point shoot” using the index finger as your aiming device:

  10. dandydon Says:

    I have heard of pointshooting, and I have even practiced it a bit (only Sundance does it really well). I have never done what that guy is doing, and I watched this episode. I am crazy disappointed with the show, but I have this morbid curiosity that keeps me watching to see how they screw up the next episode.

  11. Bram Says:

    One of the many reasons I dropped out of that show a few seasons ago. Read John Ringo’s “Black Tide Rising” series or “World War Z” (the book. not the movie) if you want zombie stories with people who know what they are doing.

  12. Mike V. Says:

    Never seen the walking dead but World War Z is a great read!

  13. Will Says:

    Go read Ringo’s “Under A Graveyard Sky”, for a fresh take on zombies. That’s book #1 in a 4 part series (Black Tide Rising series). Everyone could appreciate some Faith and Hope in their life, if dealing with a world overwhelmed like that. Keep an eye out for the Teddy bear’s cameo appearances.

  14. Daniel in Brookline Says:

    …or read Larry Correia’s Monster Hunter International (and the four sequels, with more coming). Great writing, believable characters, interesting treatment of zombies and others… and yes, he knows his guns.

  15. dandydon Says:

    Ringo’s zombie series is a great read (as is almost everything he has written). Trixie is a bit soft-hearted, but Faith kicks ass. World War Z is a great read. The movie is meh. No real relationship to the book. Correia’s work is really fun to read. He builds great believable worlds. S. M. Stirling can be a bit preachy sometimes, but I really like his “Emberverse” series. Not every book is a gem, but some are, and none of them are bad. The first book in the series is one of the best. Gets you hooked.

  16. Cargosquid Says:

    Just letting you know that the character in the picture is missing his index finger. That said, the gun handling sucks.

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