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Desc:Hollowpoint Ammo for Gophers
Category:Pets & Animals, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:rednecks, Gopher, groundhog, Disproportionate Firepower, Criminal Abuse of Animals
Submitted:Bastard
Date:04/17/09
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Comment count is 26
Cleaner82 - 2009-04-17
There is this wierd subculture that revolves around detonating small rodents in the most spectacular way possible.
simon666 - 2009-04-17
Aye aye!

Randroid - 2009-04-18
Unfortunately, I can no longer lynch negroes. But I can still invest thousands in technology which allows the most amusing deaths of small rodents.

socialist_hentai - 2009-04-17
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4eo0OY8GOuc
Caminante Nocturno - 2009-04-17
I don't think these things should be legal.
Frank Rizzo - 2009-04-17
bullets or gophers?

Big Beef Burritos Supreme - 2009-04-17
I worried he was going to detonate a coyote for a second, but uh five stars for the disturbing subculture the video comes from.

Cleaner82 - 2009-04-17
Once you've allowed blowing gopher's heads off, isn't the DEGREE to which you blow them to hell with a bullet basically a matter of personal taste?

Syd Midnight - 2009-04-17
They're not legal to use in war, which makes me wonder how evil you'd have to be to pitch them to the military.

Baby Finster - 2009-04-17
I was surprised that "varmint" has become a technical term with it's own class of rifles, dedicated caliber and ammo type.
fourthguy - 2009-04-17
While this is pretty disturbing, I don't really understand how it's any more abusive than trapping or shooting them the normal way. If anything, blowing them up is more humane; at least their deaths are guaranteed instantaneous.
Udderdude - 2009-04-17
More like .. guaranteed awesome.

fourthguy - 2009-04-17
Yeah, that too.

Menudo con queso - 2009-04-18
Yeah, and getting shot's got to be a better way to go than being crushed between a pair of jaws and hauled around until the predator decides it's safe to rip you apart now.

El Zapatista - 2009-04-17
Coyote pelts are valuable?
afp3683 - 2009-04-17
Not when torn to shreds, I would guess.

HankFinch - 2009-04-18
Hell yes, Coyote pelts are valuable.
I traded mine for a shitload of beads

Timothy A. Bear - 2009-04-17
I blame video gamers for promoting this sort of mentality. Shoot any little part of it and the whole thing is dead.
Cleaner82 - 2009-04-17
Obviously you stopped playing video games in the nineties.

Bastard - 2009-04-18
Youtube comments tend to follow two lines:
A. Damn that seems cruel
B. Shut up Gay Democrat Muslims, who want to take away our god given right to shoot animals and jack off to it, did I say that last part out loud?
Wonko the Sane - 2009-04-18
1:01
j lzrd / swift idiot - 2009-04-18
The Guilotine, the Varmint Grenade, what next? A fishing lure that is actually a miniature depth charge?

... hang on, I need to send something to the patent agency.
Goofy Gorilla - 2009-04-18
Huh. Ok.
Avengingatheist - 2009-04-19
How is a pelt going to be worth anything if it is ripped to pieces? I'm missing the logic here but then again I don't understand the need to cause rodents to explode.
Charles - 2009-06-06
Regarding the first question, may I point out that he says they remain intact... Don't ask me how the hell it could happen, but its what he says

Spastic Avenger - 2009-04-20
H.M Government Public Service Films:

No. 42 HOW NOT TO BE SEEN
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