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Best weapon combo for Fictional Violence

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by kellyj00, May 9, 2007.

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  1. kellyj00

    kellyj00 Member

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    After seeing Resident Evil about a dozen times, occasionally a discussion of 'what is the best weapon combo' if you're in this situation would spring up.

    Best I came up with was 9mm pistol with many many magazines, but others have argued for the AR-15.

    The premise of the movie, if I recall, was that there was a herd of very slow moving zombies intending to EAT living flesh. The only way to eliminate a zombie was to affect their brain with a shot to the head.

    Gruesome, but it's Fictional violence. What are your thoughts?
     
  2. M92FS

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    AR-15 type rifle : low recoil , good accuracy , high cap mag. :)
     
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    Best weapon combo for Fictional Violence?

    A 22 millimeter rifle with 17-clip capacity, and an fully-automatic revolver.
     
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    This thread is better suited to a videogame or movie board than to THR.
     
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    Full auto revolver with teflon coated bullets
     
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    A Blaster and a Light Sabre.

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  7. Kacerdias

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    I'd want a SPAS-15 12-gauge with loaded mags on a bandolier. When they get too close, that's when the cavalry sabre comes out to play.

    Since this is a fantasy situation, is a belt-fed grenade laucher and an LAV out of the question? :neener:
     
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    I would go with an AR-15.
    Got enough punch to be sure, enough rounds to be secure, and looks evil to boot:neener:

    Still can't believe no one has said, "Phase plasma rifle in the 40 watt range."
     
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    Fun thread even if it is a bit silly... ;)

    AR-15, 20 round mags in a shoulder bag (easier to pack 20 rounders than 30 rounders). Use past 30 yards.

    A Saiga shotgun or any other that uses Magazines. 12ga, #4 Shot 2 3/4" shells. Multiple mags in belt pouches for quick reloads. Use out to 30 or so yards. Best be moving by this time - away from the brain eating zombies.

    9mm CZ-75 with 15 rd mags - maybe one or two at 90 degrees on your belt. If the zombies are close enough to have to pull your pistol you should be running away at high speed and not plugging zombies unless of course there's no place to run which is why you really only need a reload or two so you can at least tell St. Peter that you went down fighting.
     
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    SAW and lots of 5.56 on belts.

    Hicap 9mm sidearm.

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