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Old 01-31-2014, 01:33 AM   #91
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.50 cal., schmifty cal.

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If I had a t rex problem I'd call in an a-10 warthog. 30 mm depleted uranium oughta do the job.

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Are you saying my mommy was an Archaeopteryx?
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Always thought the family name was Urvogel.....
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I think the 50 is about as light as I wanna get for TREX, all that talk about how tough I was so long ago and I forgot I got old. Im not wrasling them anymore and I like the new fangled gizmos and gadgets. Sooner or later, some idiot with a PHD's gonna resurrect those pesky varmints just cause they can and youve got to be prepared if they do. 50 cal will do the job but im thinking it should be a Gatling gun, few thousand rounds per minute should keep those giant Bats from nesting in my trees as well!
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Web,,, I believe an M-79 Blooper should be pretty handy for the varmints of that nature should they be resurrected by some Dr. Strangelove type. When they open their jaws, let her rip, just be a pain cleaning up the back yard though.
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Yazul- try to find holsters for a pair of these.....

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