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30 August 2009 - 12:22 PMits ok we all do it sometimes, i saw one of thier commercials adn thought it was serious for a little bit. now if they could put all that effort onto the making of the movie....
30 August 2009 - 12:17 PMthats freaky dude, and really sad. it seems that Doering is a tad shady, but the report had almost no structure so its kinda hard to tell
29 August 2009 - 07:02 PMmy all time fave is the parang or a straight machete, i got one from my friend who got it on a missions trip to the phillipines, and i have a couple reproductive swords that hang near my bed (just in case...) and a cornicopia of pocketknives and other pointy objects
29 August 2009 - 06:51 PMOh boy, here we go...
Main Firearm: M1 Garand Carbine, accurate, good stopping power, larger capacity than M1 Garand
There has never been an "M1 garand carbine" in existence. There has been an M1 carbine, but it never had the Garand name attached to it (Garand was the designer of the M1 Garand).
I'd rather have a pistol-caliber carbine (such as an Uzi, MP-5, Mac, or Thompson) over a gun in .30 carbine. The ammunition is esoteric (these days), and it's downright impractical. At least with a proper pistol-caliber carbine, you get similar performance out of ammunition you can actually find.
In short, I wouldn't use an M1 carbine against anything, except for paper and steel targets while I admire the historic value (as it has no other value).
QuoteSidearm: .22 pistol, accurate, can penetrate skull, bounces around inside turning brain to mush, easily found ammunition
A .22 works, but only if you get up to them point blank. At that point, I would want something a little more destructive.
Don't get me wrong, the .22 is a fine caliber - for hunting/survival and for last ditch efforts. I'd much rather have a 9mm or .45, both of which are readily available ammunition wise. Then the sidearm is good for a farther distance.
my bad, i meant, M1 carbine, sorry, just got home from work adn i'm all tuckered out, but the .22 would only have to be used at such a close range, if the killer beasts are so close you cant reload the rifle the pull it out adn pop a cap, haha gangsta, but the machete has to be a given, or at least a parang
29 August 2009 - 06:12 PMi think you sould start with bouldering to get a taste for it, its just climbing around on big rocks but it involves a lot of the same muscle groups adn its normally high up in the mountains so you get to hike up there first, its also alot of fun, even of your guide is laughing hysterically casue you get yourself stuck in the "birth canal", but it was worth it
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