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.22 snakeshot versus .45 for home defense

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by bhhacker, Apr 10, 2008.

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  1. bhhacker

    bhhacker Member

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    MADE YOU LOOK!





    ...Seriously guys....if you looked at this one you are spending waaaaaaay too much time on this forum...unplug :p
     
  2. NG VI

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    Wow... Got me, guess I better get out of here!
     
  3. Badger_Girl

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    I'm new, so I have an excuse right?
     
  4. M47 Dragon

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    Wait a minute... what if you are strictly concerned with defending your home from a snake invasion? That, coupled with the price of ammo, would give this thread some credence.


    That's why I looked, I swear! :uhoh:
     
  5. bhhacker

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    As long as you are not on a plane...you should be fine from a full on invasion of snakes
     
  6. Matthaios

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    You got me! It didn't even cross my mind that this wasn't a serious question, either...

    Maybe I should unplug... But I don't even have 50 posts yet!
     
  7. weaponhead

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    Unplug...hhmmm, yeah


    As opposed to those taking the time to start moronic posts?

    :neener:
     
  8. abrink

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    lol... well... umm... but...

    bye
     
  9. bhhacker

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    True this was kind of a dumb thread/posting, but I was just noticing how tuned into this forum I was and wanted to bring down some others as well :evil:
     
  10. 12many

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    Does this forum have the ignore feature?
     
  11. Johnny Guest

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    Enough of this one.

    Low signal-to-noise ratio. We can do better than this.

    THREAD CLOSED.

    Johnny Guest
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