Deagle Brand Deagle Causes Hat Fail

You’ll laugh so hard you just might poop your lederhosen:

I’m assuming there’s going to be at least one comment questioning whether this was an American made Deagle or an Israeli Deagle, then proceeding to suggest a possible Jewish conspiracy against the Bavarian hat establishment reaching back to the 2nd world war.  Jewish conspiracies are the best kind (if you didn’t know)… and when it comes to pretty much any topic on the internet from guns to investing they are rampant. Coincidence that I lost this post the first time I typed it up, and it failed to autosave? Ha.. I think not. See what I mean? :P




Pang May 23, 2014 at 01:06 am

Ring of fire! Let it burn mother….

hydepark May 23, 2014 at 02:07 am

Usually at least one empty shell tries to beat me up out of every mag. Sometimes two. Usually the last one out of the mag for some reason. It’s more pronounced depending on what handloads I’m running but never anything like this. My friend’s polished stainless version hardly ever does it. Another good reason I don’t let anyone shoot mine without eye pro. The casings do actually hurt so I’m sure they have enough force to do damage to eyes. Funny video though.

Ryan May 23, 2014 at 09:14 pm

I ended up with a crescent cut on my forehead the first time I shot my friend’s DEagle.

ikocher May 23, 2014 at 02:26 am

I wonder if this Bavarian Hat removal tech is some of that secret ancient Jewish technology found in those secret ancient underwater Jew bases.

(10 Points to you if you get the Wolfenstein Da’at Yichud reference)

IllTemperedCur May 23, 2014 at 06:01 am

The 357 version I owned back in the 80s used to shear off bits of brass case and throw them in my face. More than once I’d end up with a bloody forehead, so I got rid of it. Too bad, great gun for causing little-girl squeeing and grins lasting longer than four hours.

Mr_Rich May 23, 2014 at 06:12 am

Ach, du lieber Gott in Himmel.

Critter May 23, 2014 at 10:17 am

Was sheiskopf ist this mitout mein hatten? Sweinhound!

PK June 2, 2014 at 08:25 pm

I’ve owned a .50AE DE since 1995. After a year or so of use, it started throwing the cases into the users face (it had never done that before). I called Magnum Research and they told me that can happen after 500-1,000 rounds have been fired out of it. They said the solution was to use a brass brush and thoroughly clean out the recoil spring assemblies. Problem fixed. Now I make a habit of doing that whenever I clean the DE.

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