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June 06, 2015, 04:32:59 AM
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I have this idea after reading about a mining light bulb.  Why can't we make our weapons mine?  Is a mining AK-47 a good idea?


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June 06, 2015, 06:31:25 AM
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another hylarious thread by you, i actually like it, sometimes it's good to make funny thread and not be always too serious for any aurgment...but you need something that connect it to internet and a powerful battery to replace the lack of electricity

it seems unworkable, but you can do it in a funny way, for example for every bullets you receive 100 satoshi or 1k
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June 09, 2015, 10:15:54 AM
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another hylarious thread by you, i actually like it, sometimes it's good to make funny thread and not be always too serious for any aurgment...but you need something that connect it to internet and a powerful battery to replace the lack of electricity

it seems unworkable, but you can do it in a funny way, for example for every bullets you receive 100 satoshi or 1k
Just use the cyclic action of the bolt to power a small generator.  The more rounds you fire the more juice it generates... Lol

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June 09, 2015, 12:14:10 PM
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lol man you made me laught xD

ofc it is a good idea, im pretty sure that there will be new rich ppl if someone release it Tongue

even if this just generate 1 satoshi per shoot lol, imagine that!! xD
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June 11, 2015, 06:41:34 AM
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I think its worth a shot Grin

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June 11, 2015, 07:18:01 AM
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I think its worth a shot Grin

At 20+ cents a shot even if someone managed to turn the small amount of friction or heat into something it would be most expensive electricity ever.

I would have not guessed this but if you would have bought pallets and pallets of ammo 5 years ago, you could sell them now for a pretty nice profit.  Depending on caliber easy 2x and on some 4x your initial investment if you did it just 5 years ago.  If you look at this ammo going up in past years it quite amazing.
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June 11, 2015, 01:31:59 PM
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I think its worth a shot Grin
I see what you did there Tongue

I think its worth a shot Grin

At 20+ cents a shot even if someone managed to turn the small amount of friction or heat into something it would be most expensive electricity ever.

I would have not guessed this but if you would have bought pallets and pallets of ammo 5 years ago, you could sell them now for a pretty nice profit.  Depending on caliber easy 2x and on some 4x your initial investment if you did it just 5 years ago.  If you look at this ammo going up in past years it quite amazing.

Why you gotta bring seriousness into an obviously silly thread?  Besides, any serious ak-47 miner would obviously own his own press and make the ammo! Grin

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June 11, 2015, 01:40:50 PM
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At 20+ cents a shot even if someone managed to turn the small amount of friction or heat into something it would be most expensive electricity ever.

I would have not guessed this but if you would have bought pallets and pallets of ammo 5 years ago, you could sell them now for a pretty nice profit.  Depending on caliber easy 2x and on some 4x your initial investment if you did it just 5 years ago.  If you look at this ammo going up in past years it quite amazing.

Why you gotta bring seriousness into an obviously silly thread?  Besides, any serious ak-47 miner would obviously own his own press and make the ammo! Grin

I know it's a silly thread.  I was just putting out there the cost's I'm not here to stop the fun Smiley.  And telling how some made quite a bit from ammo just holding it, which is a very odd investment.   I know getting my degree never once did any of my finance classes say go buy shells and hold for 3-5 years Smiley
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June 11, 2015, 03:51:27 PM
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I think its worth a shot Grin
I see what you did there Tongue

I'm glad you did Cheesy

I personally think an AK-47 manufacturer should 'bite the bullet' and start producing them.

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