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PostPosted: Tue Aug 30, 2011 11:44 pm 
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I agree.

Like we say, Zombie Squad: We make dead things deader.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 31, 2011 12:33 am 
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Never thought of it that way....

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When did this become a hunting expedition?


There's an unspoken belief among the users of this forum.
"That which was once dead should remain dead and should it once again walk the earth, duty decrees that it must be sent back from whence it came. Preferably in the most bad-ass way possible. "

I would assume this applies to dinosaurs.

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Hmm, since no ones said it yet, how about the KSG bullpup shotty from keltec. That is, after it proves itself over time.

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The idea of the smaller theropods being much more like birds than say, beefier mammals like a bear, would lend to the shotgun argument. I wouldn't be caught dead with birdshot though...

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 31, 2011 6:53 am 
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camlost wrote:
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When did this become a hunting expedition?


There's an unspoken belief among the users of this forum.
"That which was once dead should remain dead and should it once again walk the earth, duty decrees that it must be sent back from whence it came. Preferably in the most bad-ass way possible. "


I would assume this applies to dinosaurs.


Alligators, crocodiles, some birds and other reptiles that existed during the time of the dinosaurs you're on notice. ZS is coming for you, nothing personal you know, but we have creed and a duty. :lol:

But seriously, that's fricking awesome. I'm shocked someone hasn't sigged it.

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The idea of the smaller theropods being much more like birds than say, beefier mammals like a bear, would lend to the shotgun argument. I wouldn't be caught dead with birdshot though...

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Yeah on second thought it probably wouldn't be necessary. If a curious and hungry group of those "packys" showed some interest in you, I'd think one good 00 buckshot in the middle of the pack would disintegrate a few of them, and the others would probably think twice about advancing on you.


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camlost wrote:
MonsterZero wrote:
When did this become a hunting expedition?


There's an unspoken belief among the users of this forum.
"That which was once dead should remain dead and should it once again walk the earth, duty decrees that it must be sent back from whence it came. Preferably in the most bad-ass way possible. "

I would assume this applies to dinosaurs.


Remarkably good logic, there.

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The idea of the smaller theropods being much more like birds than say, beefier mammals like a bear, would lend to the shotgun argument. I wouldn't be caught dead with birdshot though...




Au Contraire. You WOULD be caught exactly that with birdshot. :-)

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Bearcat wrote:
Jeriah wrote:
camlost wrote:
MonsterZero wrote:
When did this become a hunting expedition?


There's an unspoken belief among the users of this forum.
"That which was once dead should remain dead and should it once again walk the earth, duty decrees that it must be sent back from whence it came. Preferably in the most bad-ass way possible. "

I would assume this applies to dinosaurs.


Remarkably good logic, there.

Sig worthy.


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camlost wrote:
MonsterZero wrote:
When did this become a hunting expedition?


There's an unspoken belief among the users of this forum.
"That which was once dead should remain dead and should it once again walk the earth, duty decrees that it must be sent back from whence it came. Preferably in the most bad-ass way possible. "

I would assume this applies to dinosaurs.


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I think pretty much everyone here is in agreement that practically shotguns are the clear winner. Personally my opinion waffles between the AA-12 and the Saiga-12. Both have huge capacity drums of course, with the AA-12 winning out with its largest drum of 30 rounds, but I question the barrel length being able to fully accelerate the slugs you'd need to drop a T-rex. Though the AA-12 has a clear portability advantage over the Saiga.

Of course both suffer from being semi-auto which in the world of shotguns can be picky about the ammo you feed them, risking breakdown in jungle environments. This would lend some advantage to high capacity pump shotguns such as the KSG, or any number of more common pumps with tube extensions.

In any event the sheer variety of ammo a shotgun offers would certainly help make up for the disadvantage of having only one gun. You can pack birdshot for the tiny swarming buggers, buckshot for raptors, and should you enrage a T-rex you might stand a chance with some magnum slugs. Personally I'd think humans would be too small to the largest carnivores to even register. And a human shooting fire and lead into a T-rex's face would certainly not look like a reasonable risk/benefit ratio.

In a way dinosaurs would be less dangerous than zombies. A predator weighs the risks and benefits. All a human has to do is demonstrate the risk in taking it on, and soon enough they leave you alone, and over time the human becomes the predator. Humanity has done it once before after all, and with far less advanced weapons. Zombies on the other hand just want you dead, and there is no threat that can deter them. Now zombie dinosaurs would be an interesting proposition.


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Dont forget that predators or not going to be the only threat. Whats going to stop a massive triceratops on a full charge in case you accidently get a bit too close for comfort?

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sworbeyegib wrote:
Dont forget that predators or not going to be the only threat. Whats going to stop a massive triceratops on a full charge in case you accidently get a bit too close for comfort?


I think Hellboy's pistol would do nicely...

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sworbeyegib wrote:
Dont forget that predators or not going to be the only threat. Whats going to stop a massive triceratops on a full charge in case you accidently get a bit too close for comfort?


I think Hellboy's pistol would do nicely...

We'll just have wait and see how they handle it on that new show Terra Nova. 8-)

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The T-Rex and Dilophosaurs run away crying, of course... :roll: :lol:

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The T-Rex and Dilophosaurs run away crying, of course... :roll: :lol:

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Accurate enough to make almost any shot (with the proper training and practice) big enough bullet to take most things down even if you need multiple round to do it.

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I'll go with a Mossy 590A1
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If it's all the loaded mags (pans) and ammo I care to carry believe it or not I'd want an American 180 with the 275 rounders. Better range, penetration and less weight than a shotty for the lead put down range. Also suppresses nicely so you don't wake up and attract everything in miles.


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I'd just have joerg whip up something. Maybe borrow his machete launcher for starters.

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camlost wrote:
MonsterZero wrote:
When did this become a hunting expedition?


There's an unspoken belief among the users of this forum.
"That which was once dead should remain dead and should it once again walk the earth, duty decrees that it must be sent back from whence it came. Preferably in the most bad-ass way possible. "

I would assume this applies to dinosaurs.


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