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The recurve bow ........silent , deadly with practice and comepletely free from technology, all delivered completely by instinctive training . Sometimes acomplished with such acuracy out to about 60 yards.
That depends on what I am fighting against. If I am fighting some thug that attacked me, my hands and feet are all I need. If I am in a situation where I need fire power, away from home, I prefer a .357 cal hand gun, at home it would be my shotgun, probably with deer slugs. If I am fighting to win over the heart of a lady, then of course the weapon of choice would have to be my charm! lol
On a normal day, a .40 calbier Glock 23 handgun because it is concealable and will provide enough firepower to either get to a real gun or rapidly un-ass the area.
In a home invasion, 12-guage shotgun. Enough said.
When the zombies rise, I'll go with an AR-15 since I will be able to find plenty of ammo and replacement parts off of the dead soldiers and police officers who tried to be heroes against the undead. But, I certainly won't lose the shotgun.
But, to parody "ahorseback," everyone needs a bow because eventually you will run out of ammo. I prefer a compund version.
What type of battle of I facing?
My tongue can be pretty sharp and biting, so can my wit.
In the areas, where I am skilled, I can hold my own with the best of them.
If I am in danger..............hey, an inkpen to the eye can be a great weapon, so can salt. With six brothers, I did learn early, to grab something that would equalize the size difference.
I am a gun owner, and have several........each perferred for a different reason and target. Have never, yet, pulled a gun on a single person, but if you are coming in through my downstairs or truck window , I could do it. What window you choose, depends upon the gun that I use.
As a couple of other posters have stated, the bow has great value, but I don't think that I have the upper arm strength to handle one.
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