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this has been driving me crazy for seven movies now, and I know you' re going to roll your eyes, but hear me out: Harry Potter should have carried a 1911.
Here' s why:
Think about how quickly the entire will ( War Ill) would have ended if all of the good guys had simply armed up with good ' American hot lead.
Basilisk? Let' s see how tough it is when you shoot it with a ATE Nitro Express. Worried about its ? Wear night vision goggles. The image is and to your
eyes. You aren' t looking at ' re looking at a picture of it.
Imagine how epic the first movie would be if Harry had put a breaching charge on the bathroom wall, the hole, and then went in wearing and a stubbiest, carrying a
And have you noticed that only Europe seems to a problem with Deatheaters? Maybe it' s because Americans have spent the last 200 years shooting deer, playing ETA: Vice City, and keeping an
eye out for black helicopters over their compounds. Meanwhile, Brits have been cutting their steaks with spoons. Remember: mindcontrol means that Voldemort wins. God made wizards and God
made muggles, but Samuel Colt made them equal.
Now I know what you' re going to say: ‘But a wizard could just disarm someone with a gun!” Yeah, well they can also disarm someone with a wand (as they do many times throughout the
books/ movies). But which is faster: saying a spell or pulling a trigger?
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Muggle weapons have a tendency to malfunction when in the prescence of wizards. Jams and mushies would run rampant.
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I' d pay to watch the Russians purge Hogwarts.