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Question by bass bomber. Uploaded on October 26, 2011
What new ivasive species? I'm from Missouri and have heard nothing about it.
If you are talking about Cougar, I don't think you personally need to worry about them too much. Now if you are a rancher or have pets, you may have more to worry about. Any time I tend to be in cougar country I have a firearm anyway, so it's never been an issue to me.
If you are talking about Zombies, I still don't think you need to worry too much. The low metabolism of a zombie will not be able to cope with Missouri's low temperatures in just a few short weeks. Frozen zombies are easy targets, and make for a great day of plinking with children.
Im talking about zombies
I'll do my best in Southern Illinois to keep them from heading your way.
Outdoor life had an article about this.
I saw one artical asking what you think the best gun for the zombie war would be, but I guess I missed this artical.
Zombies? Really? I love horror movie- but never zombies. The fact that you can kill them easily, the fact that the military is somehow all gone ( How?) and that society decides to just lay down and die? Never liked zombies. Only in CoD. (Now go ahead and Shun)
i got a .450 bushmaster up here in new york, along with my over sized collection ( what do people know "to many guns" its a joke)
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