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Old 08-31-2012, 09:46 PM   #51
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In that case ill bring my sons super soaker lol



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Under the conditions listed in the OP, and considering I am too old to run, and too weak to fight, I would take my 1911 and one round, and play the M*A*S*H* theme song.

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My winchester model 94 and my m91/30

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I've heard stories of people being stabbed in the hand upon recoil when firing the M44 with the bayonet folded. Have you heard anything to that effect? I pretty much discount EVERY story like that as myth until I either see it happen, or see overwhelming evidence of it.

"my friend's cousin's uncle's brother's buddy" does NOT count in my book as even UNDERwhelming evidence.

Now, I have seen a young man shoot an arrow through his hand when using an overdraw on a bow.(just an example of what I thought was a myth until I saw it happen)
If your worried about it just get a model 39 or take bayonet off the gun


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