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Old 04-06-2013, 03:32 AM   #11
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what happens when you get shot with one of those.

You turn blue!!!
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what happens when you get shot with one of those.
You can join blue man group
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Nah man it gives you the blues....
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I think he uses them
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I was at the range about a month ago I found this then last week I found another one can anyone tell me what it is?
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Those are slippery vest-piercing "cop-killer" bullets that don't get rifling marks to be traced. Guess no-one here is familiar with Federal's Nyclad rounds (that actually just didn't sell very well)...

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Interesting! I had not heard of the Smurf bullets, probably about anatomically correct for a three-apple-tall critter.
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You get a bad case of the "blues"....
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