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No one attacks, no one invades, no SHTF....

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Mike Irwin, Apr 22, 2003.

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  1. Mike Irwin

    Mike Irwin Member

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    What's your "Nothing's happening but my rampant paranoia requires that I be grabbing for guns no matter what" gun?

    :D
     
  2. braindead0

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    chain gun.
     
  3. Ian

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    That situation sounds quiet.......TOO quiet! I'd grab my Daewoo, Beta-C mag, and bayonet (can't be too careful), a 1911 on my belt, my 1903 in a shoulder holster, and my .308 scout rifle slung on my back. :p
     
  4. Ledbetter

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    When I don't need to actually be armed I carry my P32.:neener:
     
  5. Shalako

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    My spudgun loaded with balistic tipped tarantulas.
     
  6. cool45auto

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    I was thinking potato gun myself.;)
     
  7. Jesse H

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    straw and spidwads.
     
  8. Schuey2002

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    I'm left in a quandary when we have a "No go!" situation..
    I need my chaos, anarchy, and/or alien-zombie invasions. As A.P. would say,"it keeps me on the edge, where I need to be."

    Oh, right, a "Nuttin's up Gun".. I'm still taking a H&K G36 or any variation thereof.. ;)
     
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  9. Sven

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    A suppressed .22 pistol.
     
  10. sidearm

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    tactical orange super-soaker w/ water balloons for diversion. :p
     
  11. blades67

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    Nail gun. Nothing going on, might as well build something.:D
     
  12. George Hill

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  13. cratz2

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    I hate to further drift on this extremely-serious thread :p but I would grab my super-un-tactical home-made crossbow... the one I've never had any bolts for. But do notice the cut-out cheek piece - a custom touch. ;)

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  14. cratz2

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    Or if I'm feeling a bit more stealthy, I might nab my $40 Meijer close-out Marksman Official Olympic Trainer pellet rifle. Note the uber-tactical stock, the uber-high end 2.5x BSA scope that is more translucent than transparent and the uber-smithed trigger the breaks clean at about 12 lbs. It's also in small enough caliber that even Wild Romanian might approve. :D

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  15. sm

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    Prepared always

    I keep a CCW handy .

    Dunno, its that quiet before the storm thing. Maybe having raised sibs and dogs. When "nothings happening" either they are asleep or into something--usually the later.;)
     
  16. bogie

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    First I'd grab my helmet - In preparation for possible photo ops at Knob Creek this spring, I layered it with a few sheets of (shiny side out) aluminum foil!
     
  17. Sgt

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    Even when it's "quiet" I still sleep with one or more 1911's and since I'm prone to day dreaming....I keep them around all day too.

    Semper Fi, Sgt
     
  18. F=ma

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    Why do you ask?!
    What's goin' on?!
    :scrutiny:
     
  19. kannonfyre

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    Put on some armor (chainmail, hardened leather, PASGT jacket....etc), strap on my various knives and stand ready for trouble. If nothing happens in 24 hours, stand down and get some zzzzzzzzzz.
     
  20. techmike

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    I too will have my trusty spud gun

    But Mine will be loaded with silvertip-superballistic FROGS! (Not the french Kind either!):what:
     
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  21. BerettaNut92

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    Beretta 92F Vertec
    92G Vertec IA
    92F
    M9
    92F Brigadier Inox
    92G Elite
    92GSD
    92 Stock
    92 Combat
    92 Billenium
    Cx4 Storm

    Same mags, baby.
     
  22. CAP

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    What Ledbetter said.

    And Skunk too.

    The P32 is soooo easy to conceal.
     
  23. BerettaNut92

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    All your 92F and variations thereof are belong to Skunk
     
  24. griz

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    Usually my Illudium Q-36 Explosive Space Modulator or a Super Soaker, which ever seems more tactical at the time:uhoh:
     
  25. riverdog

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    In the back of my truck lately (although not at this moment) has been a Rem 870 Wingmaster and a Browning O/U for Trap and Skeet (although the 870's 20" HD/PD barrel is also in the case) and a S&W Mod 629 for GP. The 629 may be replaced by a 1911 type, but two shotguns and a PD handgun is pretty standard truck carry for me lately.
     
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