Darwin strikes again

Sail4beer

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Eggs mostly

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SloopJonB

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Missed by that much...

"A hunter in the US has been knocked unconscious by a dead goose that fell out of the sky.

Robert Meilhammer was hunting in Easton in the state of Maryland, when he was hit by a Canada goose that had been shot by a fellow hunter.

The bird weighed between 10 and 14 pounds (4.5-6.5kg), police say.

The 51-year-old suffered injuries to his face and head but is in a stable condition in hospital."
:lol: That should happen a lot more often. Man that would hurt - he's lucky to have lived.

 
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Ishmael

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I may be wrong, but pulling the pin really shouldn't have any effect. It's when the lever pops that it starts the timer or just blows up in your hand.

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Lark

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The pin looks like it wasn’t designed to go back in, especially left handed.   There are two bits laying there.  

 

SloopJonB

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The only way that guy could have improved the level of Darwinism would be to have done it in a car on one of the Russian crash & burn dash cam vids.

 

Point Break

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chum said:
Normally , the pin just retains the "spoon". Sorta like a trailer hitch, but the lever (spoon) is spring loaded to fly off if not held by the pin and your hand. So, yes, pulling the pin should not detonate the grenade unless the spoon flys.
Exactly, but I can tell you.....most sane people have no interest in holding a grenade with the pin pulled. Plus we were told you couldn’t put the pin back in. 

 
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