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Killing mutant vampires from Outer Space?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by secamp32, Jun 28, 2005.

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  1. secamp32

    secamp32 Member

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    I had a weird dream last night about mutant vampires from Outer Space. I shot them with a .38 but that did nothing. Then I tried 9mm SILVER tips but they laughed at me and said that was for werewolves!

    What would you use against vampires? wood bullets?

    (gotta to cut out the late night spicy food) :evil:
     
  2. longrifleman

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    Cheap to kill and from a first class rifle too.
     
  3. CentralTexas

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    I've used

    hollowpoints with the cavities filled with garlic and holy water (Shiner Bock)
    works well and they haven't been back.
    CT
     
  4. dev_null

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    > mutant vampires from Outer Space

    Sounds like the inner circle Top Sekrit teachings of the "Church" of Scientology. :evil:
     
  5. Zundfolge

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    Go rent Underworld

    Your answer lies within (think glass bullets containing "liquid sunshine".
     
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    Phazer powered crossbows. I saw it on "Buffy" one day.
     
  7. Dr.Rob

    Dr.Rob Moderator Staff Member

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    7.62x39 Wooden 'training ammo' a full magazine from an AK should stop Drac in his tracks.
     
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    I keep telling you guys to just go to Wal Mart. They have ammo for all kind of creatures. Vampires, zombies, werewolves...what ever you might encounter. Most of it is avaliable in value packs.
     
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    LOL, No more drugs for that man!
     
  10. Burt Blade

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    How about a spray can of Ballistol and a Zippo?

    A child's suction-cup dart gun with a sharpened pencil as a projectile?

    Slingshot and garlic buds?

    A simple classroom wooden ruler gives new meaning to "death by inches" for the unfortunate night creature.



    The fight went badly for our hero. He mistakenly opened the can of Wiseass when Whoopass was the apropriate choice.
     
  11. Berek

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    I've always had a concern of the wood swelling in the barrel and either blowing the barrel or disintegrating after leaving the muzzle. Now, taking the process of adding mercury to a round, I believe Holy Water or Garlic extract and silver nitrate should do the trick.

    Berek
     
  12. Strings

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    Or, you COULD go traditional...

    Take the old "Frankfurt Arsenal" improvised weapons manuals. In there, they mention a way of turning a 12ga into an improvised grenade launcher, using wooden rods down the barrel and firing blanks...

    Shorten the barrel of an over/under. instead of a grenade at the end of the rod, sharpen the end. Manual of arms goes something like this:

    1: open action
    2: slide in 2 stakes
    3: slide in two blanks
    4:close action
    5: point at congressperson (oops... meant vampire) and pull trigger
     
  13. Dionysusigma

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    You know, both of those ingredients also work well for mashed potatoes... :D
     
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    Ya know a little pepto might do the trick , or maybe a little more garlic and a few less onions. :p
     
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    Another Movie Rental Suggestion

    My favorite on this theme is 'LifeForce'

    Cheers,
    ChickenHawk
     
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    I'm with ChickenHawk

    I'm with ChickenHawk,

    There is nothing better that that brunette hottie running around with her kit off.
    HubbaHubba!!!!

    DarthBubba :what:
     
  17. Urban Werewolf

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    Vampires and guns

    Seen good ideas so far. It really depends on the type of vampires you want to vanquish. If you follow movies and books, there are plenty of different kinds. But to cover any possible bases I'd personally go with a simple shotgun with the proper ammo to cause the vamp's head to enter its "warm liquid goo" phase. Decapitation is a standard for vampires. Or anything else for that matter.
     
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    Supersoaker loaded with holy water.
     
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