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  Salaris Vorn
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SSGT Twitch Baatir wrote:
yeah unless your the one thats getting shot


except that if the person is any kind of marksman whoever is on the receiving end shouldn't even know what hit them (I'm assuming that whoever is firing it isn't going for sadistic stuff like limb shots and is instead going for a head/heart shot). So it works all the way around as an excellent idea, a fast relatively clean way to eliminate your foe. Twisted Evil

I myself would probably prefer something like the DL-44 or DH-17. Besides having a bias for BlasTech weapons I prefer the portability of a pistol sized weapon. Might even go as far as carrying two DL-44s since I am relatively skilled with my non-dominant hand. Cool
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yeah but if you killed them then they will never learn so id go for the kneecap.
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[quote="Salaris Vorn"]
SSGT Twitch Baatir wrote:
I'm assuming that whoever is firing it isn't going for sadistic stuff like limb shots and is instead going for a head/heart shot


Ya, body shots only. I got to take some shooting classes and they said always go for the biggest part of someone, which would be the chest.


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I don't advocate this....
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......... but since I play the role of a bounty hunter here on the EUCantina forums; my motto:

One shot, one kill.

The person will never know what hit them.

But as a RL father with a daughter - give me a paint ball gun loaded with a frozen paint balls and my son as the spotter - I'll shoot the guy in the Arse so he can't sit for a week if he makes the wrong move. Smile

This is you Uncle Kal making a Public Service Announcement that the way above statement was made in the hypothetical and he does NOT endorse that kind of treatment of anyone. Even if the guy turns out to be a scum bag - i'll just turn him over the proper people after he tripped and fell on my front lawn. So he's kinda bloody, pop-up sprinklers can be dangerous you know Smile
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Autobon wrote:
Salaris Vorn wrote:
I'm assuming that whoever is firing it isn't going for sadistic stuff like limb shots and is instead going for a head/heart shot


Ya, body shots only. I got to take some shooting classes and they said always go for the biggest part of someone, which would be the chest.


Well anyone whose ever played Battlefront knows the body shot is the easiest

Anyway unless we're taking this in the direction of "my rifle's name is Sally" or something we're kinda taking it way off track of relationships. Or maybe not since plotting the perfect murder seems to be a typical theme after a bad break-up Twisted Evil
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my rifle's name is black betty...
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 PostPosted: Fri Nov 07, 2008 11:36 am Reply with quote  
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Salaris Vorn wrote:
Or maybe not since plotting the perfect murder seems to be a typical theme after a bad break-up Twisted Evil



"I swear officer he fell down the stairs! (father)

But you have a one story house! (cop)

Yeah about that..." (father)
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Heh, that's too funny. Smile
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ok on more serious note i just started dateing like a week ago and shes great but she has not seen STAR WARS other that EPIII and only that so she could compare the lightsaber fighting styles in the movie to my own
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Oh wow, dude. You should probably marathon it with this significant other of yours.
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I agree with Caedus_16 - spend the weekend watching all the movies. The question is, do you start her off with the original 3 (New Hope, Empire, Jedi) or start at the beginning with Phantom, Clones or Sith?

"Tuff one it is, solution hard to come by. Trust in the Force you should."

Don't ask why Yoda appeared - he just came out. Must be a crossed wire in my helmet that I need to fix.

Good Luck; Wink

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My personal opinion would be to start with 4, 5, and 6. They were written that way, released that way, and should be watched that way. But of course to each their own.
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I'm gonna agree with Mara on this one. 4, 5, and 6 were better anyway (in my humble opinion). Start with the classics, then show her the new stuff.
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Yeah....the originals....but think abt it....a new guy who has no interest wat so ever in SW....I'll think I'll show him the new ones....cuz cmon the old ones were classics...but the lightsaber action sequences were fun when I was in grade5...So I'd show a new guy the 123....and then I'll say ok....these next 3 were released in the 1970s.......enjoy...
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