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#23 - Friend of mine did something like this. He had a massive bonfi…  [+] (1 reply) 04/01/2015 on there learning +10
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#36 - mirukawa (04/02/2015) [-]
natural selection...?
#62 - They were used a lot in the tunnels the Japanese had all over …  [+] (6 replies) 02/18/2015 on Gun Porn Comp (5) +2
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#72 - zeroqp (02/18/2015) [-]
That sounds smart. Tunnels typically have short distances of engagement, where there can be a large suprise factor... and then you want a lot of firepower, fast. A shotgun is great for that. Also, a shotgun isn't nearly as dangerous when it comes to richochet risk.
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#76 - roliga (02/18/2015) [-]
" a shotgun isn't nearly as dangerous when it comes to richochet risk."

That wasn't a risk for any gun in WWII, you literally just made that up.
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#86 - zeroqp (02/18/2015) [-]
um, what are you talking about? any pistol-, or rifle-caliber bullet always runs a risk of ricocheting, in WW II as well as today. The risk exists with shotgun pellets as well, but it quickly lessens as you start to add range to the shot. So please, explain yourself.
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#87 - roliga (02/18/2015) [-]
No they don't, unless you're shooting steel plates at an extremely precise angle. And if they were in the middle of a fight and a bullet did ricochet it's not going to just 180 and turn around at them, literally no one was ever concerned with how much a round ricochets in a fight. Do you even own a gun?
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#88 - zeroqp (02/18/2015) [-]
it doesn't need to do a 180 - it's enough it turns 90 degrees and hits someone unintendedly. And that can easily happen, you don't need a steel plate for that. Even a powerful bullet can ricochet off something as soft as a tree branch. It's simple physics, really.

granted, in war it's not like they think about it before taking every shot, but all I'm saying that the risk always exists, and it is something you should heed special attention to if shooting inside a stone cave with hard stone walls.
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#74 - holycrapimacupcake (02/18/2015) [-]
Trench guns my friend. Trench guns.
#3 - Very nice, keep it up!  [+] (1 reply) 02/07/2015 on History of Alcohol +1
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#5 - oneandonlynigger (02/07/2015) [-]
What a fitting username!
#20 - <3 02/04/2015 on Do you have a waifu? +21