Doc Torr wrote:"Those who live by the sword get shot by those who see them coming a hundred yards away."
roscoe wrote:.....and don't plan on being The Humongous - it ain't happening.
And finally.... if you are drunk enough, and your buddy dares you...
just tell yourself "if it's good enough for Les Stroud..."
Czechnology wrote:Lots of people enjoy saying "Move" when people complain about their local/state laws, but that's a churlish, ignorant thing to say.
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman wrote:Do any of you people know who Charles Whitman was? None of you dumb-asses knows? Charles Whitman killed twelve people from a twenty-eight story observation tower at the University of Texas from distances of up to four-hundred yards. Anybody know who Lee Harvey Oswald was? That's right! And did you know how far away he was? Two hundred and fifty feet! He was two hundred and fifty feet away and shooting at a moving target. Oswald got off three rounds with an old Italian bolt-action rifle in only six seconds and scored two hits, including a head shot!
Gatorfarmer wrote:Sure, in the same way that a flintlock might be handy.
Meanwhile, if you think you're going to have to fight someone, then variously save your pennies, sell your blood, or give handjobs in the alley behind Dennys and raise the funds for the requisite M4 clone.
CLEAR CUT wrote:I eat hot food because I dig pain and it's far cheaper than paying a dominatrix to kick me in the balls repeatedly.
Necrodamus wrote:Dont put yourself in a situation that is going to put you in a situation.
ozwyn wrote:I beg to differ. the best way for someone to know you're fighting with them is when they are hit, preferably from a well hidden position more than 100 yards away. It should be the last thing they know.
Bolt guns, particularly misurps, can be used to outfit a number of people cheaply, with a round big enough to turn cover into just concealment.
CwlCymru wrote:the Sun Newspaper
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