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skullcrusher 06-03-2009 01:45 AM

Best cartrige for Koala Bear?
 
As per a crazy thread going on in the 'Club House' I ask this riduclous question. This is a joke if you did not know. :rolleyes:

Dillinger 06-03-2009 01:50 AM

Seriously, you and Benning deserve to have adjoining padded cells..... This is sick, and yet funny none the less.... :cool:

Look, they have little hands, ovbiously they need a small caliber as they wouldn't be worth a damn for eating once you skinned them.....

But as an advance scout? In enemy terror-tory?? I bet they could, literally, wander right through security and put a bullet in anyone's head with a little cock of their head, a little soft pur and a need to climb up and give someone a "hug".....

Think about the Covert Ops applications for a minute.....

JD

Ubergopher 06-03-2009 02:55 AM

I have the same opinion of koala bears as I do with midgets. Nothing that small is to be trusted. As such, nothing smaller than a .308, preferbly a .600 Nitro Express

sgtdeath66 06-03-2009 03:01 AM

im with JD on this one. in one aspect you have the spec ops purpose just like we have trained seals to attack terrorist trying to plant underwater bombs and 2nd they do have very small hands:D i think a knife would be better:cool:

zhuk 06-03-2009 03:54 AM

I doubt you'd even need a gun...koala are normally so slow-moving due to being stoned out of their furry lil minds on eucalyptus leaves, a hefty stone would probably do it...


But Drop Bears...well, that's another thing entirely! :p

Quote:

Dangers associated with Drop Bears

Drop Bears are not cuddly and friendly, like their cousin the koala. They are vicious, calculating, cold-blooded killers. Their usual method of attack is to select animals which stray from their group, including humans, dropping down onto them from above. They then proceed to wrap themselves around the body of their prey, squeezing them to death, often crushing the rib cage and breaking the neck. Occasionally when hunting, and when threatened, the Bears will drop down in front of, and then challenge their prey, snarling and flashing their sharp claws and teeth, before ripping their prey to shreds with their powerful arms and legs. Of all the ways to die in the bush, this would have to be the most horrible. Arms and Legs are torn from the body, along with huge slabs of flesh, which are greedily consumed while the victim still lives. If seen, Drop Bears should NOT be approached, as they are easily frightened and likely to attack. Vehicles are known to have been attacked, and being in one is no defence. An adult Drop Bear is able to easily break windows and enter vehicles to extrude would-be meals.

Drop Bears - The Truth

cpttango30 06-03-2009 10:16 AM

The Last Koala bear I seen was not cuddley at all. Infact after they darted his butt three times with Ketmaine he still took the finger off of a very thick leather glove.

Jo da Plumbr 06-03-2009 01:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dillinger (Post 112358)
Seriously, you and Benning deserve to have adjoining padded cells..... This is sick, and yet funny none the less.... :cool:

Look, they have little hands, ovbiously they need a small caliber as they wouldn't be worth a damn for eating once you skinned them.....

But as an advance scout? In enemy terror-tory?? I bet they could, literally, wander right through security and put a bullet in anyone's head with a little cock of their head, a little soft pur and a need to climb up and give someone a "hug".....

Think about the Covert Ops applications for a minute.....

JD

But only use the females. They have a pouch for concealed carry.

orangello 06-03-2009 02:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jo da Plumbr (Post 112529)
But only use the females. They have a pouch for concealed carry.

And extra mags! :D

matt g 06-03-2009 03:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cpttango30 (Post 112499)
The Last Koala bear I seen was not cuddley at all. Infact after they darted his butt three times with Ketmaine he still took the finger off of a very thick leather glove.

Do I have to bite the finger off of a leather glove to get 3 darts of Ketamine to the ass?

orangello 06-03-2009 04:27 PM

http://i160.photobucket.com/albums/t...koala_bite.jpg
bitey bear
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