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Old 05-18-2009, 01:25 AM
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Gunmaster, Im saying zombies that are people gone crazy de to a chemical or disease or something are feasible, Yo could even make the feral humans slow by saying that the disease impairs motor functions or something, and maybe they dont eat people , just kill them, seeing them as a threat since they're different? You should just try to be as original as possible. I have a scenario I like, Ill post it soon. BTW, you going to make sure the c96 gets its first zombie movie role? And make sure some wheelguns are used? I LOVE wheelguns and want to see them in action more

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Old 05-18-2009, 01:34 AM
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I think of a new zombie plot at least once a month, but I do not have the means to make a movie. Also, are you sure it's a smart idea to be shooting real/realistic looking guns at all your friends? How "sanctioned" are you for this?
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Old 05-18-2009, 02:29 AM
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My idea about zombies is that they are pretty much drunk people.
Higher functions impaired, and motor skills somewhat diminished, but they are still family animals and hunt/gather.
But that makes them very non-threatening.
So, go all out. Stumbly, shambly, hungry little buggers.
Corn syrup are red dye is probably better indeed, now that you mention it.
But don't try to rig your own explosives to them.
Also: Don't saw the top off of a shotgun shell and remove the pellets. That is totally not a blank.
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Old 05-18-2009, 03:31 AM
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But don't try to rig your own explosives to them.
Also: Don't saw the top off of a shotgun shell and remove the pellets. That is totally not a blank.
I hope you don't think I'm THAT stupid. Obviously putting a mini-explosive on a person is a bad idea.

And I definately don't plan on sawing the tops off shotgun blanks. My dad and I use a reloading press and spent shells. Since to retain the powder shells are packed with a dangerous plastic wad (that becomes a projectile when the round is fired), I'm waiting on MPM's pics he said he'd take to show me how to propely install cardboard wads to the reloading process, which is far safer. Without a wad the powder would be too loose and not fire properly. If I sawed the tops off the gun wouldn't cycle and the powder would fall out.
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It's just that I saw a thing about that once. The guy had a cardboard sheet under his shirt, but the plastic thing knocked him right on his ass.

Surely you aren't a college student, ergo not prone to bad ideas.
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Don't primers still amke a noise? I fired aquila powder free 22lr. Its just a primer. (dismal performance) It was pretty silent but you could sound edit.
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Yeah, but I'm likely adding gun shot sounds in later, since cam corder sound sucks. Plus, it looks more real when firing blanks then just percussion caps.
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BTW, I forgot about this, but they are stupid and slow during the day, but fast and feral at night.
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If you did that, and had them go down from multiple torso shots, it would be cool. Im still against the headshots only idea, and besides, who would use a big old 10 ga when a 22 would be just as good?
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Old 05-19-2009, 12:17 AM
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The theory is that a 10 gauge would fire enough pellets to guarantee a fatal head shot if anywhere remotely close to the target.
Each pellet (from buckshot at least) large enough and powerful enough to rival a 22 at close range.
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