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Fishin, 10mm style

Discussion in 'The 10 Ring' started by meanredneck87, Jun 9, 2010.

  1. meanredneck87

    meanredneck87 Im here ain't I

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    My brother just asked me what would happen to a fish if one was to shoot it with a 10mm (G20 for me). I could not give him an answer to that. So I thought I would drop this line and see what I could catch. :whistling:
     
  2. mikeyU

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    Doesn't really sound ethical to me. Kinda ****ed up. I think we all know what would happen if you use the mighty 10MM.
     

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  3. meanredneck87

    meanredneck87 Im here ain't I

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    Yeah this is true, I tried to explain the ethics part but, to him, maiming **** is fun this is why he is not allowed near my guns.
     
  4. Gary1911A1

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    For a shark getting near me while I was in the water I could see shooting the shark, but that's about it. Glock does have a kit for firing under water.
     
  5. nickE10mm

    nickE10mm F.S.F.O.S.

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    The maritime spring cups are hardly a "kit"... just a modified spring cup to prevent hydraulic striker spring lock... and its for the 9mm models only AFAIK. Also, I wouldn't be caught DEAD underwater around a 9mm OR a 10mm firing underwater. To each his own, I guess. hehe
     
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  6. _The_Shadow

    _The_Shadow Ret. Fireman

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    For sharks they make what is called a BANG STICK, they come in different calibers. I don't think they have one in 10mm...but it would work if chambered for it.

    Now many moons ago...we use to take a 22lr and light to shine for fish, we'd slip the barrel under the water and ease it up to the fish and fire, it would stun small fish like bass but larger fish like sheep head, flounder, redfish and others black drum we'd put the barrel almost on their head...blup! and scoop! Those were the days!:fishing:
     
  7. bac1023

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    :animlol:
     
  8. cowboywannabe

    cowboywannabe you savvy?

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    if you shot a fish with a 10mm it would cause a malestrom and dredge up all the ship wrecks of yore....
     
  9. bnkrtstk

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    I would not recommend firing a 10MM near a body of water, the concussion would cause a tsumani.
     
  10. Dean22

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    :wow:
     
  11. voyager4520

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    If your local laws allow it, I could see trying to shoot a big catfish or alligator gar that's not even 6 inches under the surface(while you're above the water), but even then you'd likely just be maiming it.

    Whatever you do, don't fire a gun under water while any body part with vital organs is also in the water. The shockwave could tear your organs.
     
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  12. Kegs

    Kegs Ol 8 fingers ;)

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    I shot a 10mm once at a Grey whale and this is the result:

    [​IMG]
     
  13. 527varmint

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  14. Sheepdog Scout

    Sheepdog Scout Behind you!

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    No, if you wanna piss of PETA. Go to their HQ in a cow suit and eat a hamburger in front of the window. They don't like that.:rofl:
     
  15. VN350X10

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    Most "Bang Sticks" are made in .44 Magnum. A good friend did the prototype work for Voit some 40 or so years ago. Prior to that, a 12 ga. slug was often used. But due to the higher operating pressures of the .44, it works better.
    Since they are a "contact" weapon, the pressure of the ctg. & the gas generated actually do more damage than does the projectile. The projectile merely provides an opening for the gas to enter, althou it does do some damage.
    This is why another version uses a CO2 ctg. like an airgun & a hollow needle. Blows a shark up like a beachball & destroys it's internal balance along with the organ damage.

    uncle albert
     
  16. meanredneck87

    meanredneck87 Im here ain't I

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    :shocked: i wanna shoot that one!
     
  17. oldgraygeek

    oldgraygeek 10mm User

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    We already have one huge hole in the ocean floor gushing oil... you want to make another?
     
  18. cwb

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    Maybe the concussion would close it up? :tongueout:
     
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  19. Whoever posted that silly ass question should stick his head underwater with the fish. What a ********g creep...