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|#192 - More likely a smallsword (offshoot of the rapier, most often u… [+] (1 new reply)||01/12/2015 on Different swords||+1|
|#191 - and also impossible. [+] (3 new replies)||01/12/2015 on Different swords||0|
|#766 - Habit. Literally none. I'd say original content that's…||12/11/2014 on admin tries to learn his...||0|
|#95 - Well, they weren't testing the train.||10/21/2014 on Train crash test||+2|
|#15 - Meh, that was a good try I guess.||10/16/2014 on I'm Gay||+28|
|#62 - ...granted. I should have said "cartridge". But … [+] (14 new replies)||09/02/2014 on Freedom intensifies||-1|
|#59 - Why? The bullets are the same and that's where the energy comes from. [+] (17 new replies)||09/02/2014 on Freedom intensifies||+1|
#61 - leonhardt (09/02/2014) [-]
No, it comes from the speed at which the bullet leaves the barrel and hits the target.
If you gently toss a .22 at someone, it's not going to kill them the same as shooting it from a fucking gun would.
Which is what megaton was concerned with.
That the weapon pictured above wouldn't have the power to fire the bullet as effectively as a regular gun.
#62 - wheresthefudge (09/02/2014) [-]
...granted. I should have said "cartridge".
But there is no way for you to know if that gun is as effective as any other .22 long rifle. You cannot tell by looking whether the seal between the chamber and the bullet entry is good or not.
Muzzle velocity is an important metric, but there's a lot more going on.
|#143 - That's comparable.||09/02/2014 on rivals||+1|
|#113 - Do you seriously still comment on other people liking things? … [+] (2 new replies)||09/02/2014 on rivals||+3|
|#5 - StartupValley not really a valley, but ok||08/26/2014 on Let's do this||0|