What is the gun equivalent of an air fryer Posted on March 9, 2023 by PrepHole Contributor What is the gun equivalent of an air fryer
>Joke's on me, I just paid way too much for one
.30 supper carry
That's called takeout.
.22 lr rifle
a pellet gun?
Those plastic disposable guns from vending machines in Cyberpunk 2077
I know a lot about guns. But, I don't really know the cultural significance an airfryer has. I know a couple of years ago, people were buying them, but I didn't really need another cooking implement.
>what does airfryer imply in this context.
Something that you think makes you seem cool and better, but not really. You just look like a tool for advocating for it so much.
Airfryers are just small convection ovens
It's a pretty handy appliance and is great for frying, reheating and baking.
You fell for the toaster oven with a fan meme.
It's better for leftover pizza and taquitos imo. Needed a new toaster anyway.
Some gay AsSeenOnTV bullshit that you get gifted, then find out it's actually pretty much better in all aspects to a countertop toaster oven or broiler. It's just a countertop convection oven, but better than the former.
So... hi-point carbine?
First we need to establish what a regular oven is. Would the AR-15 count? It’s lighter and handier than the AR-10 and other guns and has a lot of uses. Plus it’s rather cheap, numerous, has a bunch of plastic, and often times disposable. But at the same time, comparing the venerable AR-15 to an air fried seems rather contrarian. Maybe the AR-18 then? But the AR-18, while itself had an underwhelming impact, did end up being the father and grandfather of all sorts weapons platforms to this day. Much like the ovens and convection ovens lead to the air fryer.
So in my opinion, the air fryer equivalent would be a modern trendy design that stems from other commonplace designs, it’s usually affordable, cheap, light, handy, and can do plenty of things but not the master of any, like an intermediate cartridge.
Conclusion: piston driven rifles like the SCAR, 416, T91 or gas operated roaring bolt guns in poly furniture like the CZ Bren and the Beretta ARX.
Rice cookers are just fancy steamers, as a result they are extremely useful because steaming on a stovetop sucks.
red dots. pistol red dots.
airfryers are nice if you don't want soggy microwave food or don't own an actual oven
>smaller and arguably more handy version of a fairly normal thing
Airfryers make stuff crispier. It is a fan in a toaster. It is better than a regular toaster (not the pop-up kind), but not as good as an oven. In my retarded take:
M2 .50 cal is an oven.
Glock 40 mos is an air fryer.
Toaster is a Glock 17 or 19.
Stove burner is an AR-15.
Hi Point is a microwave.
a highpoint is a magnesium bar bro... not a microwave
>that shit combustable af
All other answers are wrong
15th Assault Rifle
Any of the newer single stack compact glocks.
>let me just carry 6 rounds because glock gud lol new innovation!
I've never seen any of the single stack guns go for $600 new, maybe $450 tops. Most of the time I see them hovering around $399 new at gun stores because nobody fucking buys them over cheaper options (Ruger, Taurus, Lel-Kek, Mossberg) or more marketable options (Springfield, Sig).
Frogposting needs to be bannable
fuck off already you fucking shill
Considering I'm a college student living in a guest house with no oven and cook most everything out of an air fryer, probably a Ruger LCP or similar cheap pocket 9mm or .380.
>Easy to use
>Not particularly great
>Get the job done most of the time
>Much better alternatives
>What is the gun equivalent of an air fryer
5.7 hand guns