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Posted 1/6/16
I don't really hunt, but if I did, I would use either an old fashioned crossbow or a .22 caliber rifle.
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I don't hunt so I don't use any weapon. I'd never go hunting either because presumably to hunt you would need some sort of gun. People who own guns scare the hell out of me.


Having a locked case full of simple machines, and the parts required to make them run locked elsewhere shouldn't make you afraid, but I guess everyone is different.

You can hunt with a bow, too. You can even fish with a bow, or fish in a stream with a trident.. hell, you can even hunt with hawks or a machete like they do in Mongolia.


A gun is a weapon designed to kill. Yes, it's supposed to be used on animals but who knows when someone will snap and turn it on a human? I'd be scared of anyone who owns a bow and a machete too.


What about kitchen knives? Everyone has those.
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What about kitchen knives? Everyone has those.



For owning one, no. But if they got it out while I was there I would be scared and excuse myself very quickly.
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What about kitchen knives? Everyone has those.



For owning one, no. But if they got it out while I was there I would be scared and excuse myself very quickly.

Even if they were just making dinner?
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Even if they were just making dinner?



Well if they were using it to cut meat then no I guess. But if they waved it around or pointed it towards me, yes. I try and avoid being around people handling knives basically, just in case.
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Even if they were just making dinner?



Well if they were using it to cut meat then no I guess. But if they waved it around or pointed it towards me, yes. I try and avoid being around people handling knives basically, just in case.

Well, anybody would be at least a little nervous if someone's pointing a knife at them.

Have you ever taken a self defense class before? I just don't understand how someone is that skittish.
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Well, anybody would be at least a little nervous if someone's pointing a knife at them.

Have you ever taken a self defense class before? I just don't understand how someone is that skittish.


No I haven't. Perhaps I should.
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If I was in a hunting mood I would use my Mosin-Nagant 91/30.


Who doesn't have at least one of those.

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eclair-lumiere wrote:




Well, anybody would be at least a little nervous if someone's pointing a knife at them.

Have you ever taken a self defense class before? I just don't understand how someone is that skittish.


No I haven't. Perhaps I should.

May be hard to believe, but living near seattle, I've had people attempt to mug me before. Having military hand to hand training and a black belt in taekwondo really helps keep the dollars in my wallet,.


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If I was in a hunting mood I would use my Mosin-Nagant 91/30.


Who doesn't have at least one of those.



I just ordered a type 53 carbine barreled action for $140, last night actually.
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I use a box of feral cats to hunt for me.
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I just ordered a type 53 carbine barreled action for $140, last night actually. :)


Nice, I have a '54 Hungarian M44, it's a nice little carbine and the smoothest action of most of my mosins, which isn't saying much. It's almost all numbers matching, but I bought it a very long time ago. For $49.95,

I really should have bought crates of these guns back then.

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I just ordered a type 53 carbine barreled action for $140, last night actually. :)


Nice, I have a '54 Hungarian M44, it's a nice little carbine and the smoothest action of most of my mosins, which isn't saying much. It's almost all numbers matching, but I bought it a very long time ago. For $49.95,

I really should have bought crates of these guns back then.



You really should have. What's wrong with you?
*sarcasm*
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flipmane wrote:
I just ordered a type 53 carbine barreled action for $140, last night actually. :)


Nice, I have a '54 Hungarian M44, it's a nice little carbine and the smoothest action of most of my mosins, which isn't saying much. It's almost all numbers matching, but I bought it a very long time ago. For $49.95,

I really should have bought crates of these guns back then.



You really should have. What's wrong with you?
*sarcasm*


Yeah straight pull almost mint Swiss rifles for $89, mosins for $49 to $79, real PU snipers for $175

I was an idiot. lol
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VZ68 wrote:


flipmane wrote:


VZ68 wrote:


flipmane wrote:
I just ordered a type 53 carbine barreled action for $140, last night actually. :)


Nice, I have a '54 Hungarian M44, it's a nice little carbine and the smoothest action of most of my mosins, which isn't saying much. It's almost all numbers matching, but I bought it a very long time ago. For $49.95,

I really should have bought crates of these guns back then.



You really should have. What's wrong with you?
*sarcasm*


Yeah straight pull almost mint Swiss rifles for $89, mosins for $49 to $79, real PU snipers for $175

I was an idiot. lol


Bruuuh.

If you'd bought a case of 10 PU snipers, you could have sold them today for $400- 500 profit each. That's a new S&B or sako carbonlight
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Bruuuh.

If you'd bought a case of 10 PU snipers, you could have sold them today for $400- 500 profit each. That's a new S&B or sako carbonlight


Or well on my way to a transferable MAC10 with suppressor.



Just not going to dwell on the past, because then you'd think about everything you could have bought and flipped
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