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#16 +DConnell

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Posted 04 July 2011 - 22:12

A staff & a set of nunchuks, and the skill to use both. I'm a black belt in Tang Soo Do.


#17 DrakeN2k

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Posted 04 July 2011 - 22:16

I have a huge collection of guns which I use to shoot people off my swamp. :p

But I need to have a gun collection to protect me from other people with there gun collections, but im going to go bigger soon as someone out there in my area will have a bigger collection, whom I see as a threat to myself

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Posted 04 July 2011 - 22:23

oh and i also have a surgical kit :D with 100 scaple blades and lots of equipment i normally just use it to skin rabbits ;) but its makes use if you add it together with my nylon rope and tar pooling :D and i cant wait to get my guns :'( damn americans its so easy for you guys to get guns we have to have police approved safes and show our medical records and have a police man come to our house to check security

#19 DocM

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Posted 05 July 2011 - 21:09

Several boomerangs:

sport, hunting and display art types. Some are specific to hitting fowl on the fly.

Several bows:

110 lb draw PSE compound, a 75 lb Bear, 65 lb Bear Kodiak recurve, 100 lb English longbow (think Robin Hood), a custom made 65 lb recurve for bowfishing, a Barnett Ghost 400 crossbow etc. Been shooting a bow for 54 of my 62 years

Handguns:

C&B = cap & ball/black powder
FB = flintlock black powder & ball

.500 S&W Magnum - Magnum Research BFR (big f.... revolver)
.50 Action Express - Desert Eagle
45/70 Govt. (rifle round) - Thompson Center Contender (multiple calibers)
.44 Magnum - Smith & Wesson #29 (Dirty Harry's gun)
.44 Magnum - Ruger Super Blackhawk
.44 C&B - Colt 1860 Army (original & replica)
.44 C&B - Remington 1858 New Model Army (original & replica)
.44 C&B - Colt 1847 Walker (BIG!) (replica)
.40 FB - 1825 American naval belt pistol (flintlock - replica)
.357 Magnum - Smith & Wesson #686
.45 ACP - SIG Sauer GSR (stainless Colt M1911 clone)
.40 S&W - SIG Sauer P239 (carry piece)
.40 S&W - SIG Sauer P250sc (subcompact carry piece)
.45 ACP - SIG Sauer P250 (full size caliber/size kit for the p250sc)
9 mm - SIG Sauer P220
.380 - Ruger LCP pocket pistol)
.22 LR/.22 Magnum - Ruger Single Six (convertable)

Rifles & shotguns:

5 - Remington 700 BDL's in .300 Mag, 30-06, .264, .233 and .17
2,- Remington 760 pump rifles in 30-06 and .264
.58 Remington Zouave musket (C&B)
.54 Thompson Center Hawken plains rifle (C&B)
.50 Thompson Center Hawken plains rifle (C&B)
.44 Remington revolver carbine (C&B)
SKS (Chinese AK-47)
AK-47
AR-15 (civilian M-16)

Winchester 1400 12 Mag gauge auto
4 Remington 1100's in 12, 20 & 28 gauge, one a skeet shooting setup
3 Remington 870 pump shotguns in 12, 20 and 28 gauge
Mossberg 500 folding tactical shotgun in 12 gauge magnum
Browning Citori 12 gauge over/under for trap shooting
2 Savage side-by-side shotguns in 12 and 20 gauge
Savage 12 gauge/30-30 over-under combo survival gun

Plus whatever I forgot, knives, swords of several species and small arms like .22's, pellet, BB and other arms.

#20 Gladiatorus

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Posted 08 July 2011 - 05:24

Several boomerangs:

sport, hunting and display art types. Some are specific to hitting fowl on the fly.

Several bows:

110 lb draw PSE compound, a 75 lb Bear, 65 lb Bear Kodiak recurve, 100 lb English longbow (think Robin Hood), a custom made 65 lb recurve for bowfishing, a Barnett Ghost 400 crossbow etc. Been shooting a bow for 54 of my 62 years

Handguns:

C&B = cap & ball/black powder
FB = flintlock black powder & ball

.500 S&W Magnum - Magnum Research BFR (big f.... revolver)
.50 Action Express - Desert Eagle
45/70 Govt. (rifle round) - Thompson Center Contender (multiple calibers)
.44 Magnum - Smith & Wesson #29 (Dirty Harry's gun)
.44 Magnum - Ruger Super Blackhawk
.44 C&B - Colt 1860 Army (original & replica)
.44 C&B - Remington 1858 New Model Army (original & replica)
.44 C&B - Colt 1847 Walker (BIG!) (replica)
.40 FB - 1825 American naval belt pistol (flintlock - replica)
.357 Magnum - Smith & Wesson #686
.45 ACP - SIG Sauer GSR (stainless Colt M1911 clone)
.40 S&W - SIG Sauer P239 (carry piece)
.40 S&W - SIG Sauer P250sc (subcompact carry piece)
.45 ACP - SIG Sauer P250 (full size caliber/size kit for the p250sc)
9 mm - SIG Sauer P220
.380 - Ruger LCP pocket pistol)
.22 LR/.22 Magnum - Ruger Single Six (convertable)

Rifles & shotguns:

5 - Remington 700 BDL's in .300 Mag, 30-06, .264, .233 and .17
2,- Remington 760 pump rifles in 30-06 and .264
.58 Remington Zouave musket (C&B)
.54 Thompson Center Hawken plains rifle (C&B)
.50 Thompson Center Hawken plains rifle (C&B)
.44 Remington revolver carbine (C&B)
SKS (Chinese AK-47)
AK-47
AR-15 (civilian M-16)

Winchester 1400 12 Mag gauge auto
4 Remington 1100's in 12, 20 & 28 gauge, one a skeet shooting setup
3 Remington 870 pump shotguns in 12, 20 and 28 gauge
Mossberg 500 folding tactical shotgun in 12 gauge magnum
Browning Citori 12 gauge over/under for trap shooting
2 Savage side-by-side shotguns in 12 and 20 gauge
Savage 12 gauge/30-30 over-under combo survival gun

Plus whatever I forgot, knives, swords of several species and small arms like .22's, pellet, BB and other arms.

Enoug to invade a small country! :p

#21 virtorio

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Posted 08 July 2011 - 05:30

I'm both clumsy and incompetent, and that's all I need.

#22 Biotoxic_hazard_835

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Posted 08 July 2011 - 05:45

Glock Model 23 .40 cal. (with permit to carry concealed)

Remington Model 700 bolt action rifle .308 cal.

Colt AR-15 A3 5.56 cal.

#23 Prince781

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Posted 08 July 2011 - 05:58

Several boomerangs:

sport, hunting and display art types. Some are specific to hitting fowl on the fly.

Several bows:

110 lb draw PSE compound, a 75 lb Bear, 65 lb Bear Kodiak recurve, 100 lb English longbow (think Robin Hood), a custom made 65 lb recurve for bowfishing, a Barnett Ghost 400 crossbow etc. Been shooting a bow for 54 of my 62 years

Handguns:

C&B = cap & ball/black powder
FB = flintlock black powder & ball

.500 S&W Magnum - Magnum Research BFR (big f.... revolver)
.50 Action Express - Desert Eagle
45/70 Govt. (rifle round) - Thompson Center Contender (multiple calibers)
.44 Magnum - Smith & Wesson #29 (Dirty Harry's gun)
.44 Magnum - Ruger Super Blackhawk
.44 C&B - Colt 1860 Army (original & replica)
.44 C&B - Remington 1858 New Model Army (original & replica)
.44 C&B - Colt 1847 Walker (BIG!) (replica)
.40 FB - 1825 American naval belt pistol (flintlock - replica)
.357 Magnum - Smith & Wesson #686
.45 ACP - SIG Sauer GSR (stainless Colt M1911 clone)
.40 S&W - SIG Sauer P239 (carry piece)
.40 S&W - SIG Sauer P250sc (subcompact carry piece)
.45 ACP - SIG Sauer P250 (full size caliber/size kit for the p250sc)
9 mm - SIG Sauer P220
.380 - Ruger LCP pocket pistol)
.22 LR/.22 Magnum - Ruger Single Six (convertable)

Rifles & shotguns:

5 - Remington 700 BDL's in .300 Mag, 30-06, .264, .233 and .17
2,- Remington 760 pump rifles in 30-06 and .264
.58 Remington Zouave musket (C&B)
.54 Thompson Center Hawken plains rifle (C&B)
.50 Thompson Center Hawken plains rifle (C&B)
.44 Remington revolver carbine (C&B)
SKS (Chinese AK-47)
AK-47
AR-15 (civilian M-16)

Winchester 1400 12 Mag gauge auto
4 Remington 1100's in 12, 20 & 28 gauge, one a skeet shooting setup
3 Remington 870 pump shotguns in 12, 20 and 28 gauge
Mossberg 500 folding tactical shotgun in 12 gauge magnum
Browning Citori 12 gauge over/under for trap shooting
2 Savage side-by-side shotguns in 12 and 20 gauge
Savage 12 gauge/30-30 over-under combo survival gun

Plus whatever I forgot, knives, swords of several species and small arms like .22's, pellet, BB and other arms.

Are you a mechanic? :shiftyninja:



Anyway, all I've got are some kitchen knives, a giant wooden stick, and my brain... :shifty:

#24 Psyco359

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Posted 08 July 2011 - 06:09

DocM has almost enough weapons to feel safe when going to Detroit it seems. :shifty:

#25 DocM

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Posted 08 July 2011 - 07:23

The vast majority of those are for hunting or target, even the large bore pistols which are used for deer, bear, pigs etc.

#26 Soulsiphon

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Posted 08 July 2011 - 07:33

A staff & a set of nunchuks, and the skill to use both. I'm a black belt in Tang Soo Do.


/deepbow Ahhh Korean Karate...well done!

The vast majority of those are for hunting or target, even the large bore pistols which are used for deer, bear, pigs etc.


Yeah, sure they are. What? You find yourself needing to fight off waves of bear and pigs with your Rambo-wannabe lineup? AR-15?

I call BS btw. Pics or it didn't happen :)

#27 DocM

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Posted 08 July 2011 - 07:45

We have bear and deer season every year here in the north with gun, bow and primitive weapon seasons, and pigs are considered feral and shoot on sight. All are edible, and we do.

#28 Teebor

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Posted 08 July 2011 - 08:45

We have bear and deer season every year here in the north with gun, bow and primitive weapon seasons, and pigs are considered feral and shoot on sight. All are edible, and we do.


mmm nom nom nom fresh wild pig, very nice :D

I bet you have some awesome BBQ/cook outs

#29 DocM

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Posted 25 July 2011 - 23:17

That we do. I make wicked BBQ pig tenderloins stuffed with home-made corn bread stuffing, roasted yams and roasted mixed veggies (carrots, onions, celery, red potatos, seasonings and garlic segments in foil)

Leftovers are very scarce.

#30 thechronic

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Posted 25 July 2011 - 23:23

I'm married so it goes without saying that i live in constant fear. Despite this fact, i own no weapons.