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  • larrikin

    heh heh. the ol’ double entendre via juxtaposition of frames. nice one Chris

  • JohninMd.(Help!?!!)

    Oy….

  • Pamela

    No fences. They can leave splinters.

  • Swansonic

    United we stand.

  • JTC

    6″ magnum barrel. Both.

  • JW

    BFG

  • interventor

    Women in Austria are major customers for double barrel shotguns and new triple barrel model because of the rapefugees.

    • S Hooks

      I’m not sure what you mean by “new triple barrel model”, but perhaps what they’re wanting is a nice “Drilling”. 😉 It would give them the ability to handle both “local calls” and “long distance”.

      • interventor

        Quite familiar with 3 and four barrel Drilling. Like I stated 3 barrel shotguns.

        • S Hooks

          I figured you meant Drillings, but was curious about your inclusion of “new” in the description, since they’ve been around quite a while. Mostly, though, I was simply making a joke around the double-entendre, hence the emoticon. I apologize for the offense; it was unintentional.

      • Pete in NC

        Chiappa Firearms (Italy) makes a triple barrel shotgun now – not sure how practical it is compared to the ubiquitous Mossberg 500 series, but it’s pretty cool. Drillings are neat, but IIRC you need paperwork in Austria to buy pistols or rifles, but shotguns not so much. So the more traditional “Bock-doppelbusch” (sp?) might be harder to come by.

        • interventor

          That’s why the 3 barrel model has gained popularity.

    • Spin Drift

      I’ve never known a good Austrian girl to pass up a good Drilling. By the way the three barreled gun/rifle is very common in Germany/Austria. Typically it is two 12’s over a 9 x 57 but two 7mm rifles over a 20 ga are also known. Very intricate work. if you ever go to a double gun meet like the Southern at Deep River this April you will typically see the German Gun Collectors association there. Lots of Drillings to examine.

      The reason for the Drilling is the topography and the forests of the AO. It is not uncommon to go bird hunting and run across a Bambi or Piglet that needs to be ahem, dispatched for lunch of dinner.

      It is also not uncommon to see a s x s with a gun and rifle as the barrels. Looks odd but is equally effective.

      Spin
      Hot lead and cold steel is on the menu
      Molon Labe
      War Damn Eagle
      PGCA life member

  • Pete231

    Happiness is a warm gun, yeah !

  • Perfect opportunity to bring up MORLOCKS once again. Deal with them, with extreme prejudice.

  • Johnson Masters

    Jan is a big girl so that is harder than it looks.

  • B Woodman

    Looks like Jan and Sam have both. Just different applications.

    And it would STILL be instructional to find out where and how Sam hides that bulky wheelgun in those skin tight jeans.

    • The advantage of being able to “draw” reality. Obviously she has a pocket universe available or teleportation powers.

    • DDS

      Depending on the outfit she’s wearing, she has the option to conceal a lot of high caliber firepower “under the guns,” only she would have to wear a bra… #};?(
      This cute shooter is packing a much smaller piece, but she’s equipped for a larger one, if she feels the need…
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8r6CY5UZyw

  • MasterDiver

    Just ask Lazarus Long where Minerva keeps her heater!

    TANSTAAFFL

    • I am continually amazed how many old hard-core SF geeks are in here! RAH was always a favorite, mostly for his extremely well thought out Libertarian societies. As those famous ‘Two Thessalonians’ explain in 3:6-8 RAH (and others) have been right all along. TANSTAAFL!

    • DDS

      There is no such thing as a free lunch: TINSTAAFL OR
      There’s no such thing as a free lunch: TNSTAAFL…
      What’s TANSTAAFFL? Just keepin’ me akronymph guide current…

      • Joel

        There Aint No Such Thing As A Free Lunch! TANSTAAFL!

    • Minerva was a computer a/k/a artificial intelligence. She wasn’t a ‘person’.

      • eon

        After the events of “Number of the Beast” and “To Sail Beyond the Sunset”, Minerva was “downloaded’ into a body custom-grown for her by Ishtar. She ended up looking enough like Laz-Lor to be their sister. Triplets instead of twins.

        cheers

        eon

  • Bill G

    Both is best. I’m the Belt and Suspenders type, myself.

    • John M.

      Like I tell people – the suspenders keep my pants up, the belt is Load Bearing Equipment. (Flashlight, Gerber tool, magazine carrier and open-carry firearm)

  • Grape

    Two of my favorite subjects (self-defense/guns and good sex) in one strip with a message. Triple play – nicely done Chris.

  • Unca Walt

    A final note yestiddy just gotta be replied to:

    Saying all Muslims are terrorists is wrong and bigoted. What about the Muslims and acted like a human shield for Christians threatened by rebels, or those who raised money for flood victims and donated water to people in Flint, MI? You can’t blame the religion as a whole for the actions for a few.

    NO ONE said all muslims are terrorists. BUT!! The muslims/morlocks THEMSELVES when asked in polls… have very high percentages of them approving violence against the West.

    That is their own statement. And secondly — most importantly — it is not a “few”. It is tens of MILLIONS who favor violence. DYODD.

    Like we useta say:

    There It Is.

    • B Woodman

      As you said, not all Quanderthals are terrorists / jihadist. But all jihadists (terrorists) are Quanderthals.
      Between that little fact and the other facts you stated above, yes, need to declare Islam a political entity instead of a religion, and block ANY further importation of peoples, influence (CAIR, et al), or money (to build mosques, Wahabbi madras).

  • Gus Bailey

    Nice shading in the last frame.

  • Maytag

    All Muslims aren’t terrorist but most terrorist are Muslim. All psychopaths aren’t cold blooded serial killers but all serial killers are psychopaths. All left wing Democrats aren’t gun grabbers, but all gun grabbers are left wing Democrats

  • Ray

    Stand up guy?
    What about, “Ride ’em, Cowgirl!”?
    Yeeeehaaaaawwww!!!

    • Grunt GI

      OR you could say “Save a horse, ride a cowboy!”
      Although based on past cartoons, I think Damon still has some city slicker in him…

  • Hungry Joe

    Hope that…ahem….gun doesn’t go off prematurely.

  • steveb919

    If you put your mouse pointer over Jan you will see a message.

    • Pamela

      Safety in all things needs to be practiced. Try explaining how things got hurt at the hospital with a misstep. Believe me once is enough, especially when the Medicos start snickering.

      Though it looks like the tilt-a-whirl in going a a steady clip.

    • Sam

      Actually, if you put your mouse pointer over any part of the cartoon, not just Jan.

  • Well, I know this is a little off-topic, but I saw shrillary running her yap again on the news about what women want, i.e. equal pay for the work they do, and I really wanted to slap her silly until she learns to shut her effing yap.
    I have ALWAYS been paid the same as any man I worked with. If I wasn’t paid the same, I didn’t take the job. Period.
    Aside from that, a good solid can of wasp spray is just as effective as a handgun, and gives you time to stomp your attacker flat. And yes, I’m in a foul m—-d after watching that clueless wartsow run off at the mouth.
    Forgive me. I just had to get it off my ….

    • Pamela

      I keep a can at the front an back door. Never know when dangerous two-legged wasps need a good dowsing of a nerve agent.
      Drops them right quick.

    • grandmother

      “Aside from that, a good solid can of wasp spray is just as effective as a handgun”

      No way. Unable to “fly” is good. Dead is better. And for that you need a 38 Special, a Judge, a .45, a 9mm (at a minimum), a 12 gauge, a 10 gauge, a .380 — you get the idea. Forget the spray can unless you plan to shoot after you spray.

      • JTC

        You’re wrong. I’ve sold firearms for almost forty years, and one of the first and most important things I tell customers is that personal defense does not always mean deadly defense. There are many -most actually- conflict situations where non-lethal means like pepper spray -or wasp spray, same effect- will disable an aggressor sufficiently to allow you to escape the threat, without taking a life and turning your own upside down.

        Make no mistake, when you believe your own life is at risk or there is no escape, well your gun is the great equalizer, that’s what it’s for and you have to have the mindset and be prepared to use it if you have to. But you *don’t* have to in 99.9% of conflict situations.

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