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Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by pcguy, Feb 11, 2009.
Not for concealed carry I guess?
Point zero one kiloton nuclear warhead.
Why don't they just say 10 Ton?
You mean 100 ton.
Humm . . . .01 x 1000 = 10, according to my slide rule.
Does it even matter? .....
It's a GUN, it's NUCLEAR. the ultimate in badass weapons. So what if it irradiates the operator......
Only if the wind is blowing back towards them. With the wind at your back you're ok to fire.