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Old 05-29-2012, 05:12 AM   #41
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Old 05-29-2012, 05:18 AM   #42
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Lol I think it's funny when you city boys get all technical and crap when alot of these threads are strictly fictional. Lol it's like watching a BS Discovery channel show.
Since I have switched to my compound bow for the rest of the spring practice season, I will break down my recurve, and attach a photo.

This is what I really wish I had with me, when travelling, and getting stranded on a desert isle, well besides Maryann from Gilligan's Island. But hopefully there would be a few women who would survive the shipwreck or airliner crash.

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I'll take anything that will sink the vessel carrying the blind monkeys that didn't see the dam fire. On second thought, I'll take a marine 870...and enjoy the vacation.
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Shotgun no cleaning they don't get dirty with buckshot birdshot flechette rounds and some dragons breath for starting fires. Remington 870 with all diffrent chokes for different purposes
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Smith & Wesson .460 revolver with 10.5'' barrel, and all 3 different rounds it'll shoot!
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Ak 47 very little maintenance. Sand wont stop it, start fires with muzzle flash if your carefull (don't try this at home), you will have a knife ( bayonet), take large to small game if your carefull, signaling device (muzzle flash and sound)
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I have a rossi single shot take down rifle with interchangable barrels. I've got quite a few barrels for it but my pick would be my .243 win nag because of its flat shooting capapbility and knock down power for small to medium game. And my. 12 gauge barrel for those pesky pirates
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Slingshot and waterfilter , I'd be set .
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Slingshot and waterfilter , I'd be set .
Yes but would u be able to fend off ravaged beasts and or unknown human threats with a slingshot?
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I would choose a parkerized Remington 870 12 Ga. Mag Shotgun 20" barrel with extended magazine tube, rifle sights. Bird Shot, OO Buck & Slugs. You do not need tools to strip for detailed cleaning inside the receiver and there would be natural components in the area to provide cleaning solutions and lubricants. IE: Fish oil and vegetation oils and components. A straight stick and vegetation would keep the barrel clean the barrel and serve as a rod!

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