Ricky, Don’t Use that Number — Thoughts on Bullet Size, Etc.

Written by Mike Adams on July 10, 2013

.357, .44 magnum. Don’t assume that the magnum revolvers are inaccurate either. I have a single action .357 with a 6 1/2 inch barrel that shoots like a 22 auto. You can really thread the needle with that thing. It also has enough power to tear a coyote in half. I’m speaking from experience, by the way. However, if you select the .44 magnum, I do reserve the right to load it with a 44 special round to reduce the risk of over-penetration. Again, I’m just thinking of the neighbors.

MunitionGuerreCivileUS12-gauge, 20-gauge, and 410 shotguns. Finally, you might want to choose a shotgun round. Note that if you go with the 410 I’ll use a slug to make your death quicker and less painful. Even though you threatened to kill me, I see no use in prolonged and senseless suffering.

Well, that should give you plenty to think about, Ricky. I do have a few more options but I don’t want to overload your brain. After all, a guy who makes death threats using his residential land line isn’t exactly an intellectual giant. By the way, the FBI is on to you, and I’m fully prepared to pick up the slack in case they’re too busy searching for the body of Jimmy Hoffa. 

And, speaking of bodies, I’ll close with one piece of advice I gave to a Canadian leftist who once threatened to kill me by dousing me with gasoline: It’s your body and it’s your choice, home slice. I sure hope you make the right decision.

Second Image: http://www.flickr.com/photos/medicalmuseum/4908587712/in/photostream/; author: Otis Historical Archives of “National Museum of Health & Medicine”; Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license

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