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    namelus
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    sledjockey
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    Pretty interesting…..

    http://ageofdecadence.com

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    Brulen
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    Flesh ette. Seems like they would be better for booby traps. Close range. But a gift that keeps on giving. Tungsten and steel. A better use would be drones. No body ever thought when they designed these things there might be a better use other than terror.

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    Whirlibird
    Whirlibird
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    The flechettes date back to Vietnam, they were a failure.
    Ineffective then despite being fired out of a cannon, these are quite literally the same darts made then.

    The string ball loads are the most useful, despite the randomness of the pattern, there is actually a modern version that is interesting.

    Stick to conventional buck, ball and slugs.

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