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for those stubborn deer, hogs, elk, and other medium to large game...

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by PT1911, Mar 19, 2009.

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  1. PT1911

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    And you guys think the old 45/70 stoked up will bruise!!!:what:
     
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    that bullet probably weighs as much as my hand, let alone the case and powder!
    you know it's something special when they have to use steel cases due to the fact that brass would melt...yikes!
     
  4. PT1911

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    hehe... and I love the charles atlas cameo in the article.. recoil is controlable!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Just imagine what would happen if they loaded it with DRT ammo:neener:
     
  6. PT1911

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    LOL.... We would definitely need bigger fruit to shoot... LMAO:D
     
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    This is one of the better jokes.
     
  8. PT1911

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    it had me absolutely rolling... I hope more get to see this... i think everyone deserves a look.. some for practical reasons as well... most for the pure entertainment...
     
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    I would really like to see the gun this fits in.
     
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    If it's real, the "bigger caliber" race is getting ridiculous. I smell a fake though. I hope.
     
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    I am sure it is a fake, making fun of that very race and every new hunter thinking he needs a 300 win mag to take down the doe that feeds in his back yard.. the bigger the hole the better right?
     
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    Why am I having flashbacks to the TV program where the guy put a jet engine on a lawn mower?
     
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    If these things werent on back order already I would have one. I would pay to see some one shoot any handgun with 125# of recoil. That is pretty funny all the way through and I really want to see this sweet new wheel gun with the 9 lug weatherby design.

    LMAO
     
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    It is not a fake. It is real. What's the matter with you guys, always negative about everything?
     
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    Just picked up a 4" S&W in .825 mag. THink i'm gonna try out my new "1 inch from the face" grip on it!
     
  16. PT1911

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    are their any good plastic surgeons in wisconsin, may need some facial reconstruction after that trigger pull.:D
     
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    Big game has become harder to kill in the last century? What?
     
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    Yeah... the deer in these parts have been sporting body armor lately. Most likely black market stuff from the caribou up north.
     
  19. PT1911

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    it was only a matter of time before they became impervious...


    LMAO...
     
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    you know, our local police just ordered 20 of them for shooting pests and rabid dogs! to bad it wouldn't be powerful enough for humans.
     
  21. Mascoma

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    Wow... oh and my dogs bigger than yours
    [​IMG]
     
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    "...enough to kill game animals and KEEP them dead!"


    Beautiful! :D

    -Sam
     
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    So to be the most powerful handgun cartridge in the world, doesn't there have to be a handgun to fire it?

    Gotta love these spoofs/jokes.

    I really liked the Online Super Magnum Red Rider BB Gun. http://www.chuckhawks.com/g-s_online_BB_rifle.htm
     
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    April fools! (a little early)
     
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    :rolleyes:
     
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