Filthie's Mobile Fortress Of Solitude

Filthie's Mobile Fortress Of Solitude
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Sunday, 2 October 2022

Non Lethal Armament

 If you're like me and you have to deal with tards on a regular basis, ya gotta have a way to project corporal punishment at a distance. 


I have been shooting at Pete and Cederq and Quartermain with mine for awhile. They do this little hideous dance of pain and a hop and a skip when they're hit - so now I often shoot them for entertainMINT value too!!! HAR HAR HAR!!! They hold about 6000 BBs so ya literally load up on Sunday, and ya keep the tin cans and tards dancing all week!

I dunno what to do about the nastier, ornerier ones like Phil though. Ya definitely need something bigger for game like that. Hmmmmmmm.....





I have been seeing these things pop up and they are NASTY. Guys are putting 1800.00 Nightforce scopes on them and picking off pigeons and bigger rodents off out to well past 100 yards!!! I am thinking that these things would be an even MORE economical for range practice than the .22. And - you could shoot at home or in the back yard too... from what I have seen of them, they are precision instruments and not toys like the Daisy guns. Probably not something you'd want to give to a sqirt or a peanut ... or a tard for that matter. Who woulda thunk that Daisy would give way to things like this...?

10 comments:

  1. That high powered thing could be fun. Charge the bottle with O2 and put a big wad of Vaseline behind the boolits. Saw a guy nearly charge a MLG strut on a GV once with O2. Once.

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  2. Indeed they could be useful and the technology is getting impressive.

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  3. "...project corporal punishment at a distance". Indeed.

    When my mother was a young lass, she and a couple of co-conspirators decided it would be a fine idea to filch a couple of ripe water melons. The garden they chose belonged to a grizzled retired veterinarian. They figured to slip through the split rail fence and belly crawl in broad daylight, which they did.

    Likely he saw them coming, letting them get right up to the melons, whereupon he stepped out on the back porch, door squeaking open and slamming shut, double barrel shotgun in the crook of his arm. They popped up and ran like scalded cats. He waited until they bent over to go back through the fence, presenting young derrieres, then dusted them with a coupla rounds of rock salt.


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    1. Mine was stealing apples and my right side was peppered with rock salt. Mom being a nurse proceeded to remove said rock salt without any anesthesia... When dad got home that evening he took me to the old apple farmer and told him I had to work free for two weeks after school and weekends. Old farmer agreed. I ended up working for him for a couple of years until he sold the place.

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    2. Mine was similar to Cederq in that I was swiping apples - difference was that I got shot with a 22 loaded with bird shot. Dug the shot out with a pair of scissors and didn't tell anyone about it for a long time.

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  4. My brother's 1st firearm was the Daisy 99 lever pictured in ad (center). I think it was suppose to mimic the Savage 99 centerfire. Cool old gun. That last one is too high brow for me.

    I settled on barrel cocked springers for my plinking / small vermin eradicators. Some of them require some muscle to cock them and God forbid you accidentally pull trigger while barrel is cocked but still broken.

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  5. The compressor for those high power air guns is expensive. And the super tire pumps give me palpitations just looking at them. I'd like one, but the extra expenses would eat me alive. Gun bearer, elephant rental, howda insurance.... the list is endless.....

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  6. Uhhh, let me sell my truck. That's a $2300 investment. Put it on a wish list.

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  7. For serious duty I have a RWS M24 and an M54 side cocker. For discouraging improper behavior, I have a 50's era Daisy M25. You REALLY dance when hit with that one. It's considerably faster than the lever models. Tree Mike

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