You just made me realize I don’t have any silver bullets, in case we get werewolves. The next full moon is a little more than a week away, I need to prepare!
A common mistake when it comes to killing werewolves. You do need a silver weapon - knife, sword, arrowhead, bullet- but it has to be inherited silver. It can’t be just any silver. You go up against a werewolf with store-bought silver bullets and you’re going to be kibble.
It also matters which type of werewolf you’re going up against. Hexenwolf? Theriomorph? Lup Garu? Lycanthrope? Different wolf, different tactics.
I’ll buy the silver and give it to you. You gift it back to me as an early inheritance. I’ll kill the werewolves.
As God said in “It’s A Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie,” the trick to natural law is knowing the loopholes.
Pretty much the trick to everything.
However, the silver must be inherited along family lines. It has to do with the continuity and concentration of energies amassed in the silver.
lol. You said it would take several well placed shots with a .22LR to take down a 200lb bear. I was hunting with a 30/30 and was in an open field with a huge stand of trees about 25 yards in front of me. I could see something walking through the brush ready to emerge out of the west end of the stand of trees. I sighted the point of exit through my scope and waited, hoping for a nice buck to emerge but expecting it to be a doe. A 200lb black bear exited and continued west. I immediately went east. I wouldn’t take a shot with a 30/30 (BTW:bear were in season at the time), taking a shot (or multiple shots at a bear with a .22LR is pure lunacy. You may be able to stop a zombie with a .22 but as far as bear goes, all you gonna do is piss off the bear.
Won’t the Zombie get mad if you moon it?
You could get lucky . Remember that squirrel that took down that full grown grizzly .
Mad?? The zombie would be delighted! You’re showing him your butt, but he’s seeing the zombie equivalent of an Easter ham.
I don’t care for zombies, vampires, etc. Godzilla is my monster.
I do, however, like Werewolf Cop by Andrew Klavan. It happens to include a Smith & Wesson .38 with silver bullets. Just make sure that your silver bullet dealer isn’t the wolf.
Statistically, more people in the U.S. are killed by a .22 cal bullet than any other caliber. Surprised you did it not?
What time period?
Perhaps 1970’s -1990’s when .22 was popular more than other caliber.
I’d like to see any official statistics (BJS, FBI) that could convince me to .22LR…
Federal just put out a .22LR self defense round. Maybe it will be better than it has been.