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Old 06-17-2019, 09:43 AM
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I put one of these on my wishlist....seriously considering one just for the he77 of it...maybe some deer hunting, but would definitely need to buy the electric pump (not into a hand pump).


expensive for a pellet gun, but .357 @ 800fps might be better than nothing.
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Old 06-21-2019, 04:10 AM
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Thanks! I`m a big fan of Jorg, but the slingshot is very slow. And if you don't hit the first time... what then?
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Old 06-24-2019, 05:12 PM
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Originally Posted by svremeto View Post
hahahah You made my day! I`m happy that you understand me.

You gave me great ideas. Maybe one giant high power torch attached to the weapon will be great for stopping the intruders and arrest them.
try the co2 its a great weapon in defense use,

aan old favorite of mine in close house use is a simple water pistol shooter but filled with tabasco sauce and water or chillies and water. if you wear a full face sheild from a DIY shop and that protects you from blow back, works brilliantly, even if you dont get a good clear face shot a mist in the air will affect them.

I know someone that has a pump up garden sprayer filled with chillies and water liquidised and uses it through his front door, makes a great time giver for you to legit away to safety.

everyone raves about guns but other options make for better uses and more usable in situations faced in europe
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Cage full of skunks and a fire cracker.

Bag full of yellow jackets and a fire cracker.
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Old 06-24-2019, 07:39 PM
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When in some less-than-safe places abroad... a few items that never cause comment

door wedges (just in case they have a hotel / apartment door key...)
bikelock (for doors with handles)
bottle of olive oil (destabilize the intruder's stance)
rubber mallet (light, easy to carry, clearly non-lethal but still effective option)
WD40 (blinding, not permanent)
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