Anatomical Model

Anatomical Model

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5 years 25 weeks ago, 2:16 PM

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should help understand the ideal area for shot placement. The area between the nipples and from the upper breadbasket to the collarbones provides a huge variety of large arteries and veins, the heart, the lungs, and the thing you don't see, is this is the area where the sternum and ribs come together, providing all sorts of potential secondary missiles to assist in damaging vitals and stopping the agressor's actions. As I said in a post a few minutes ago, the ideal area of impact is about the size of a DVD case laid on its side. Now go, young grasshoppas, and become deadly. Hah hah hah hah!!!!!

Yeah, evil laughs don't translate well in print, do they? Oh well

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5 years 25 weeks ago, 4:22 PM

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Excellent Runaway

Thanks a lot for posting this.

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5 years 25 weeks ago, 5:04 PM

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What can I say?

I'm here to serve. Well, that and talk shit and look at boobs (when the wife ain't around). Oh yeah, and drool over Jesse Abbate. Sorry if you're her husband, but she's a hottie who can outshoot me. I'm genuinely in love. MOVE OVER, JENNIFER ANNISTON!!! Okay, that was way off topic, wasn't it? Sorry. HIT 'EM HIGH IN THE CHEST!!!! There we go.

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