Discussion in 'Hunting' started by TheLastBoyScout, Nov 5, 2007.
(for all the guys that start the .223 for deer threads)
But jr_roosa wisely and truly mentioned,
A 280 mm Anzio Annie ought to do it. And it's sure been out of production for a while.
"Phased plasma rifle in the 40 watt range."
Put a harness and saddle on it and ride it to work. step on the middle manager's car. Poop on the boss'.
On an unrelated note, I remember on one really strange segment of Art Bell's show a fellow arguing that the Apatosaurs were proof that the Earth was smaller in the past, and thus had a lower gravity. I guess cosmic dust and debris are slowly making the planet bigger. Or maybe it ate too many high fat dinos
(Someone HAD to say it.)
they say those things have massssive lungs since they needed to breathe enough to o2 enrich the massive amount of blood in that animal. wiki says 500-liter, four-chambered heart and 900 liter capacity lungs
would a small 50 cal hole do anything to something that large?? i doubt it... would it crush that huge shoulder bone? maybe ona few shots. the spine looks promising tho but rumored to be very thick. only the biggest loads should be used i'd say. best bet a head shot. head shot is necessry to take out some sort of brain or vessels that supply oxygen to that beast's brain/brains
We need destructive energy, not mood lighting. Maybe 40 kW....
Honestly, I'm thinking archery. Custom-made peterbilt truck-mounted ballista, with a 10' x 5" x 1/2" spring-tempered 4130 prod, throwing something light, like 1" OD T6 aluminum pipe, with 8" broadheads.
Clean through both lungs, wherever they are.... then chase it back toward camp with the truck, which, of course, would have to play la cuckaracha.
come on guys
A T-rex is about the same size as a elephant but just a little bigger. It would not be hard to kill with most big games guns.... They had one at an exhibit next to an elephant to show true size...
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