Incoming fire always has right of way.

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9 Responses to Incoming fire always has right of way.

  1. Benjamin says:

    The pose and the face on frame 56 is magical: https://i.imgur.com/pkLKZJf.png

  2. Ben says:

    May we assume that he had filled that box with propane or some other explosive gas? Not to give anyone ideas, but even a splash of gasoline would do the job on a sufficiently hot day.

    Shooting from behind cover was probably a smart idea under the circumstances, but abandoning that cover whilst debris was still flying was probably not so smart.

  3. Joel says:

    May we assume that he had filled that box with propane or some other explosive gas? Not to give anyone ideas, but even a splash of gasoline would do the job on a sufficiently hot day.

    Not without oxygen, which is why the sparky fuel pump in your car’s gas tank hasn’t blown you to kingdom come. At a guess I think he put a whole bunch of tannerite in there. Tannerite will give you a satisfying kaboom when you shoot it, but you’re not supposed to confine it. In, say, an old refrigerator.

  4. Joel says:

    The pose and the face on frame 56 is magical:

    I have no trouble imagining him looking back to see the refrigerator door taking out his mother’s car… 😀

  5. Kentucky says:

    . . . or one of his comrades. :-(

  6. Kentucky says:

    . . . likely the guy holding his beer. 😉

  7. M.Silvius says:

    that guy was lucky…….this one not so much.

  8. free.and.true says:

    Dang. That’s a FRIDGE he blew up?

    Reminds me of a time some of us were out shooting supposedly empty propane bottles (the small one-pound, dark-green kind), and one of ’em came back at us in a high arc, whistling like a bomb in a World War II movie.

  9. Scott says:

    Tannerite is impressive in large quantities. Years ago, some drunks that lived in a shack a hundred yards away or so from my grandparent’s place( very rural Eastern Kentucky)had a huge trash fire going. Deep within, was an “empty” disposable propane tank from a handheld torch. That, and a can of starting ether. Two bangs, and chunks of the tank and can both landed on the porch roof of my grandparent’s place…good aim for a bunch of drunk guys. Flaming chunks of trash went everywhere..

To the stake with the heretic!