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    Talking 40 s&w versus watermelon

    doing a little practice today and had a old watermelon laying around. loaded up a few 180 gr. gold dots and set the melon up about 12 yrds. away.jeez,that was fun ,totally blew that thing to small chunks. i think if someone breaks into my house to do me harm ,i think ill have a good chance to come out alright.smith and wesson done a fine job on the m&p 40 compacts.
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    Was the watermelon charging at you from 10 feet away? Did it have a knife, bat or gun? Were there family members between you and the charging watermelon? hehe, chillax, I just wanted to beat the "yeah, but it wasn't shooting back" tacti-rambo crowd to it!

    Ok, so, was it armed? For me, it's not so much the watermelons but those sneaky zuchini's that pose a larger threat!
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    If you think Zuchinis are bad...wait until the celery get mad and attack...They are REALLY skinny and hard to hit lol....

    Shooting at anything (not alive, outside of hunting) is more fun than paper....a .22 rifle and old spray paint cans are pretty awesome too....

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    Couple weeks ago I was blowing up old beer cans with my friend 40SW. Shook them up real good and watched them get destroyed.

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    I hadn't considered that Halloween could provide a large supply of targets. All those pumpkins just waiting to be lined up.

    I like to shoot at golf balls and bowling pins. Sometimes you can actually see where the golf ball went.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuts40 View Post
    Was the watermelon charging at you from 10 feet away? Did it have a knife, bat or gun? Were there family members between you and the charging watermelon? hehe, chillax, I just wanted to beat the "yeah, but it wasn't shooting back" tacti-rambo crowd to it!

    Ok, so, was it armed? For me, it's not so much the watermelons but those sneaky zuchini's that pose a larger threat!
    Don't get me started on those Killer tomatoes!
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    I heard the Mellon was a real Rotten Guy!

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    Watch out shooting in the garden !
    Because the corn has ears,potatoes have eyes,and the beans stalk ! !
    He-he haw-haw

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    Talking Wasp Knife vs. Watermellon

    http://www.waspknife.com/tactical_knives_0109.pdf

    Try this one on for size. A bit pricey, but hey.

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