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Old 11-30-2010, 11:11 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Dzscubie View Post
I'll bet in all the testing noone "loaded" the fridg like it would be at home. Trust me some of the food Glass cooks would stop a 50 at point blank range.

you're going to pay for that one later. She might make you lunch

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I cannot think of anything inside my house that I would want to use for "cover". Not even the wife's cooking.

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pretty much everything in a home is concealment. there is precious little cover in your avg home in america. concealment hides you from view but not from bullets...
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Old 12-01-2010, 03:07 AM   #14
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Default How old was the fridge

How old was the fridge? I ask because now they are made out of plastic and sheet metal. 20 yrs ago used my grandmothers old one for target practice and just dented the door a real good bit until grandpa got bored and hit with a 300 win mag!! things are not made like they used to be
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