Stargate Atlantis even failed at "two is one and one is none"1
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WE'RE SIMPLY DISCUSSING HOW ONE OF YOUR FICTIONAL TELEVISION SHOWS IDIOTICALLY EMPLOYS THAT PRIMITIVE TECHNOLOGY.
I SWEAR TO THE GREAT MAKER, IF WE GET DEMONETIZED OVER THIS...
I get it.
No one actually cares about the firearms used in science fiction TV shows, they just care that they look cool and are fairly easy to reproduce as props.
But, y'know, if no one cares... why not do it right? What loss is there? What does it cost you?
If it's no difference either way, why not make it /count/?
Well, I guess I know that answer, and it's unfortunate.
(Also, yes I'm aware that humies use "caliber" for "cartridge" quite frequently. I kept them distinct deliberately.)
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