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.357 Mag vs .45 ACP - which for the Rutting Pumpkin ?

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by BlindJustice, Oct 7, 2007.

  1. BlindJustice

    BlindJustice Senior Member

    Jul 26, 2007
    Pullman, WA
    CHeck Calendar

    AH!!! PUmpkin RUt season

    Me thinks them horny pumpkins can be filled with jello as
    a last meal and a .357 vs .45 ACP rage test will be done
    wearing the obligatory white lab coat using the scientific
    method towards the end of the month...

    Of courrse I don't recommend any of you to take on
    the dangerous and unpredictable rutting pumpking with any
    round that is not above the bar for minimym for the max
    return in sending vegatables to that big garden in the sky...

    I consider it a civic duty z'all...
  2. sm

    sm member

    Dec 22, 2002
    Between black coffee, and shiftn' gears
    Get this book!

    Fiddler on The Kitchen Table
    Punkin & Carvit
    Fall Press, 1999.

    First off, this work shares, there is NO versus when it comes to Knives , Hoes, Shovels, Firearms, Wheelbarrows, Ammunition, Tractors, Mule drawn wagons, or hay bales.

    Billy the Brat Jordan, great great kinfolk of Bill Jordan, when interviewed for this work by Punkin & Carvit, still prefers the .357 , from a K frame, to carve eyes, nose and mouth of a pumpkin.

    Kutie Keith, grand grand kinfemale of Elmer Keith, prefers, a .44 spl for small pumpkins and close work and .44 magnum for showing off doing eyes, nose, mouth at greater distances.

    Snoopette, Snoopy's kin folk, well she likes Aircraft Calibers from atop the Dawg House.
    According to her, one must use a leather aviator helmet and jacket, this new stuff just won't cut it. .

    As most recall, Snoopy has had quite a few run ins with The Great Pumpkin .

    Browning Bunch , great kinfolks of John Browning, run the gamut from .50 cal BMG, BHP and 9mm, 1911 and 45ACP , 25ACP Baby Brownings...12 gauge shotguns like '97, 12...quite a few chapters about these folks.

    Beretta kinfolks were interviewed as well, Seems this family goes way back in history and they too share all sorts of family preferences. Minx, Puma, Jaguar, Bobcat, and this Chapter "Kitty in the Patch" is a fun chapter. Another chapter shares Jetfires, Onyx, and all sorts of shotguns too.

    Fascinating book, a must read, and must book for everyone's library.

    try uuu.itsanosuchthing.non and see if any copies are in stock.

  3. BlindJustice

    BlindJustice Senior Member

    Jul 26, 2007
    Pullman, WA
    I have a reader for these threads on THR for my PC. I can turn it on
    and it will read it to me Kinda nice to be able to putter around the house
    and the kitchen as the thread rolls along on it's journey

    I'll check out the book. I have heard your sig mention Illuminati

    I will 'out' myself as a President of the Bavaria Illuminati MC cabal.
    We are part of the solution not the problem with this world, we are the
    unseen yet guiding hand for those who are not illuminated

    Perhaps you know of what I say.... Brother?

    at the least we share a love of ifirearms and humour
  4. Snowdog

    Snowdog Senior Member

    Dec 24, 2002
    Hendersonville, WNC
    Did I just have a stroke?

    The encounter detailed by Robot Chicken drives home just how dangerous the Great Pumpkin is... and the Kite Tree.

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