8/02/2006 1:16pm, #71
Originally Posted by Nate1481
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8/02/2006 4:38pm, #72Originally Posted by dwid
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8/02/2006 9:29pm, #73Originally Posted by hl1978"This won't hurt me a bit..." - My training partner.:new_astha
8/03/2006 12:44pm, #74
The percentage of the price of petrol at the pump which is tax is about 80% in the UK according to this debate recorded in Hansard (somebody was trying to introduce a bill which would make it law that the percentage of the price which was tax would have to be displayed at pumps) :-
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8/22/2006 3:37am, #75
Originally Posted by Robstafarian
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Ammo is another thing thats pretty widely gotten wrong. High performance 9mm ammo will perform anything and everything a .45 can do and more in terms of energy and damage. ammo is plentiful and is cheap as air. the problem with 9mm as a SHTF pistol is that you might not always have access to the high quality JHP rounds. in this case the .45 will prove a better pick especially since high capacity .45s are rather easy to come across. a 9mm MAY expand but a .45 will never shrink or so the saying goes.
Cant help but notice that MBR's got left out of the weapons that may be needed in a SHTF scenario. If i had a choice to only one long arm, it wouldnt be a shotty. a .308 battle rifle gives you 5 times the range, more accuracy and increased ammo capacity and carry allowance in roughly the same weight class. Ammo is sure as hell cheaper and very very widely available.
8/22/2006 10:37am, #76