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Someone shot my pumpkin!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Bobarino, Oct 29, 2007.

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  1. Bobarino

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    Guns don't kill pumkins....people do!
     
  3. db_tanker

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    another sensless gun crime performed against an innocent pumpkin...where are the champions of pumpkin rights at?


    Nice shot though....execution style...from the back the way the exit wound is. :)


    D
     
  4. mossberg702

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    i should totaly do that
     
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    dang! here i thought i was being so original. oh well, i still like it. the spent shell casing is a nice touch. :)

    BTW, the gun is a toy. its a cap gun from days gone by when toy guns looked just like real guns. its supposed to be a Beretta 92/96 Centurion.

    Bobby
     
  7. TallPine

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    What caliber for pumpkins?
     
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    sick!
    hahaha!
     
  9. Cliff47

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    8 mm blank does a fine job on a pumpkin. Much more is overkill.
     
  10. Bazooka Joe71

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    LOL, good one.


    After reading the title, I was thinking to myself "damn, someone shot a firearm at your house? This is vandalism to the EXTREME!:what:"


    Thats funny though.:)

    Nothing less than 30-06 to be safe

    But apparently 9mm will to the job.:D.....or is that .40? I can't tell.
     
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    oh wow, you just gave me a cool idea, lol
     
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    Looks more like a suicide to me. I think the other pumpkin kept nagging him about his shortcomings.
     
  13. Bobarino

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    its meant to look like a suicide but i didn't post it that way since i thought that might not be highroad enough.

    Bobby
     
  14. RoadkingLarry

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    you are a sick, twisted individual...

    I like that in a person.
     
  15. Slugless

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    I found a gentleman named Jack lurking at the front door.

    Scary looking man, his eyes were glowing red.

    I shot him.

    I think he was a zombie.

    IMG_1082small.jpg

    [adapted from a post last month different forum]
     
  16. Silvanus

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    LOL I also thought some stupid kid shot a pumpkin on his property or something :D
     
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    How many more pumpkins need to die needlessly until we enact some common sense gun laws! :neener:
     
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    Them pumpkins are almost as dangerous as all of those crazed squirrels attacking people. I had to wait until I could stop laughing before posting a response. Love the pictures:D
     
  19. Pigspitter

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    I bet that pumpkin got shot with a semi automatic machine gun with a barrel shroud. OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    And you still ask yourself why the liberals want to control your guns. This is a senseless tradgedy, just senseless!!!!!

    I don't care who you are, this is funny stuff!:D
     
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    Gonna have him buried, cremated or pied?

    :scrutiny:
     
  22. Gustav

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    The one next to him is smiling I bet he did it!
     
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    Bad neighborhood, was my first thought.
     
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    Oh Boy

    Yeah - Halloween is just around the corner. What comes after that? Threads designed to illustrate how "surplus" pumpkins are disposed of.

    Such titles as: What .357 Round for Pumpkins -- JHP or JSP?
    Pumpkin Uses with an AK (pix enclosed)
    Does the .38 spl have enough penetration for Pumpkins?

    ET CETERA! :what:
     
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    Very funny. Laughed a lot.
     
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