Discussion in 'On Topic' started by dannybonbon, May 2, 2008.
Is there any practical examples of people using a fully auto for hunting?
what about a full auto 22 person who liked to use cheap 22 ammo
2nd amendment has fuckall to do with hunting
what part of
did you not comprehend?
Why do Aussies always have the worst questions?
Yea, the blind people.
say what now?
The only hunting purpose for a fully automatic 22LR is if there are thousands of zombie squirrels descending upon you.
Would be fun to use at the range and may have a military use, but in a hunting scenario you line up one shot and take it. Like shooting one deer not a whole herd of deer. As for a 22, anything much bigger than a squirrel and a 22 might not kill it and its just cruel to inflict that kind of suffering if it can be avoided.
Well pigs for example. If you get a mob. Would it be better to use a semi auto rather than full auto because the slower shots will be more accurate?
what pigs would mob you after firing a gun?
He was talking about how cops should respond to an unruly bunch of protesters.
flame throwers. duh.
they're all the dumb criminals that got caught, inbred over many generations. They're just not a bright people.
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Now that I think about it a full auto, silenced, night vision hog hunt could be fun.
This post intrigues me...and it's about the only suggestion re: thread title that might make any sense
fellate a revolver
Ive done hog huntin with MG42s and M60s.
Wasn't there an Eddie Murphy movie where he went duck hunting with an Uzi?