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written by Magnulus on Apr 27, 2007 07:19
hah, well, if you have the bow near your bed and you can string it quickly, I should think that someone pointing a huge fucking arrow to your face looks more trouser-wettening than just a gun.
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written by Duskesko on Apr 27, 2007 11:15
Barebones said:
Even if it is, it's kind of fun calling it a 'weapon'. I can imagine a thief entering your house, and you: "Stand where you are! ... eh, wait... where did I put the arrows... Stand there or I'll chop your head off with my... err... Bat'leth!"
Heh, I see your point. Still, what else would you call something that was designed to kill?

Oh, and, I would take the time to string this sucker before I would settle for a heavy club-like object if I knew someone was in my house.
I'd drop it as soon as I had the shotgun, though.
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written by Pomelos on Apr 27, 2007 12:01
Barebones said:
Even if it is, it's kind of fun calling it a 'weapon'. I can imagine a thief entering your house, and you: "Stand where you are! ... eh, wait... where did I put the arrows... Stand there or I'll chop your head off with my... err... Bat'leth!"
That very same thing could be said about a thermonuclear bomb (appart from the part about the arrows).
written by Cryoburner on Apr 27, 2007 12:20
How about a thermonuclear arrow? You wouldn't want to get shot with one of those. : )
written by Stellanaut on Apr 28, 2007 00:45
The problem is the radius for collateral damage would be larger than the firing range.
written by Zixinus on Apr 28, 2007 12:00
Barebones said:
Even if it is, it's kind of fun calling it a 'weapon'. I can imagine a thief entering your house, and you: "Stand where you are! ... eh, wait... where did I put the arrows... Stand there or I'll chop your head off with my... err... Bat'leth!"
If a arrow pierces your heart, you'll be willing to call it a weapon. At some airports they classify it under firearms, despite it not using gunpowder.

It may not be a very good weapon, but it is still a weapon.

As for burglars, I live on the fifth floor in an apartment. I'd like to see the guy try.

Even still, I have a small sword that can cut and not brake from waving it in the air, and a commando knife.

Cryoburner said:
How about a thermonuclear arrow? You wouldn't want to get shot with one of those. : )
Actually, I've heard that native Americans sometimes attached dynamite sticks on their arrows.

EDIT:
That's a nice sport-hunter bow. Did you get accessories with it? How many pounds strength does it hold? Mine is about 42 pounds.

And for the strung-unstrung part, I was just nagging.
written by Barebones on Apr 28, 2007 12:51
Zixinus said:
Even still, I have a small sword that can cut and not brake from waving it in the air, and a commando knife.
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