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    Quote Originally Posted by millerm277 View Post
    So, the best solution is to have both a gun and a knife. If someone somehow gets close enough to you to get the gun, you have a backup, which at that range...is just as useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    Nice! I've never seen a bayonet on a pistol before.
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    What's that called? Or, is it a blade attachment that can fit on several pistols?

    Edit: Or is it photoshopped, and this is your "someday" prototype?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TPol View Post
    What's that called?
    It's called a "perversion of the mind".

    And it can only be cured by an official declaration of the democratic government of Australia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    shotgun is "home defence"? Surely the one thing you are guaranteed to mess up is your home! Plus is there any weapon that's slower to reload?

    The point of a shotgun is to not worry about a slower reload, nor damaging your house. As a matter of fact, I can guarantee you that if you had someone invading your house, and you walked out with a shotgun and cocked it, you wouldn't even need it to be loaded. They would run. Shotguns have been ranked within the top 10 scariest noises a human can ever hear.

    And on top of that(in a theoretical situation where you need to fire), for a person who never target practices with a pistol, you don't even need to aim with a shotgun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    Me, no likey!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenINsFJ View Post
    The point of a shotgun is to not worry about a slower reload, nor damaging your house. As a matter of fact, I can guarantee you that if you had someone invading your house, and you walked out with a shotgun and cocked it, you wouldn't even need it to be loaded. They would run. Shotguns have been ranked within the top 10 scariest noises a human can ever hear.

    And on top of that(in a theoretical situation where you need to fire), for a person who never target practices with a pistol, you don't even need to aim with a shotgun.
    Reading this made me lol for some reason, does that make me a bad person?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphosis View Post
    Yeah, I agree. Although, with some handguns (such as mine) you can't fire even if there's one in the chamber if you just release the magazine.
    A convenient safety to know about. I didn't know they did that sort of thing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    It's called a "perversion of the mind".

    And it can only be cured by an official declaration of the democratic government of Australia.
    Laughing.. sooo.. hard.. I'm sure that picture has to be the most offensive.

    We used to joke about putting our bayonet's on our knives.

    I'm allllmost sure that what mil had in mind was the two weapons seperate of each other Lol.

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    Reading this made me lol for some reason, does that make me a bad person?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    It's called a "perversion of the mind".
    And it can only be cured by an official declaration of the democratic government of Australia.
    (grin)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryNTP View Post
    How about crossbows? I live close to Virginia and would really like to have one of those too.
    I'd love a crossbow, but all the ones they make now are modern ones.

    I don't like them, really.

    I've found some places that make traditional medieval ones, so I'm going to look into getting one of those eventually.

    I'm pretty traditional when it comes to my weapons.

    Right now, I'm putting the finishing touches on my Greek Doru.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhinosaur View Post
    I'd say these are more my style. I've shot far more arrows from more bows than all the guns and bullets I've shot put together. There's something nice about a good "thok" when the arrow hits the target.
    Agreed.

    I love going to archery competitions and I love bowhunting.

    Its a very graceful, rewarding experience.

    And I love hearing the arrow fly.

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