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My only defence against low flying UFOs and Aliens on the ground.

My only defence against low flying UFO's and Aliens on the ground.

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John Cooper16-Feb-2014 09:45
No Eldar, just a woollen coat to keep me warm on a cold damp autumn day.
John Cooper16-Sep-2006 15:44
Ian, It is very difficult to hold and fire, but when 3oz of lead shot comes out of the end, you will not believe the damage it does. This is not a long range weapon, 100 yards from the end of it you will be safe, 25 yards, forget this world, explore the next.
Ian Dalgliesh16-Sep-2006 06:42
Look at the length of that gun barrel.The accuracy,if you can hold it steady,must be awesome.
John Cooper11-May-2006 22:19
Possibly not Larry.
1moremile11-May-2006 22:06
I love this shot. Get it?
John Cooper29-Jul-2005 15:41
Dave, We practice a lot. No waiting time. Low tech is king. They have no defence against a large lead ball moving a lot slower than the speed of light.
The balls pass through a force field like it was not there.
John Cooper29-Jul-2005 15:04
Juz, I do not like the thought of "probes" whatever they are, I will be very carefull.
juz 28-Jul-2005 22:14
watch out for probes ;-)
Dave Beedon 28-Jul-2005 21:48
Long lenses and long barrels are best supported by a tripod. However, creatures from another planet might not be polite enough to wait while you set up a "shot," especially if they are planning to zap you with a ray gun.
Trevor Edwards21-Jun-2005 14:03
You need longer arms John. ;)
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