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HCB means high capacity bullets. This dummy woman news person on my local FL news keeps referring to them. High capacity bullets this and that. WTF are they and more importantly where can I get some. Btw that is sarcasm in the previous sentence. Although some of us hear who deal with unicorns might be able to make some!



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Old 01-01-2013, 11:01 PM   #2
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HCB means high capacity bullets. This dummy woman news person on my local FL news keeps referring to them. High capacity bullets this and that. WTF are they and more importantly where can I get some. Btw that is sarcasm in the previous sentence. Although some of us hear who deal with unicorns might be able to make some!
Fixed it for ya...

And while we're on the subject, where can I find some 'heat seeking bullets'...I checked all over and nothing...please help...


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HCB means high capacity bullets. This dummy woman news person on my local FL news keeps referring to them. High capacity bullets this and that. WTF are they and more importantly where can I get some. Btw that is sarcasm in the previous sentence. Although some of us hear who deal with unicorns might be able to make some!
High capacity bullets are only available for semi-auto revolvers...newb.
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Good point Vincent! I want HCBs and some HSBs.

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Will only feed through 20+ round magazines.

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Gee, I thought they meant frangible ammunition... you know, the kind that makes a lot (a "high capacity") of little pieces. (I wonder how they're going to design the frangible ammo to make less than 10 pieces...)
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Somebody evidently missed the HCBs used in the western shows in the 50's and 60's.
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Somebody evidently missed the HCBs used in the western shows in the 50's and 60's.
I especially liked the drum fed revolvers with voice recognition... as long as the characters had more monologue, the HCBs kept rollin', rollin', rollin'...
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On that note, I find it funny that when faster loading rifles were invented, they were the assault rifles of the day. There was no cry to ban them, only a cry to KEEP them from the military, because the military feared a huge waste of anmo...
Wait, I don't find it funny, I just realized there wasn't a socialist agenda pushing for the disarmament of the American people then.

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Hadn't seen you in a min Mosin, was wondering where you been, good to see ya back. I bet you were scouring the country for HCBs and HSBs! Find any?



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