ATHENS (Reuters) – Greek prison guards will go on strike next week demanding a change of their American-made weapons that date back to the U.S. wars in central America almost a century ago.
While antique shops would be eager to get their hands on them, prison guards just want to get rid of their obsolete 1911 U.S. Cavalry revolvers. The guns do not scare inmates any more as safety experts have advised guards not to fire them.
well, they could always just throw the guns at the inmates… well, maybe not the ENTIRE gun, but parts of the gun. How intimidating would it be to have a greek prison guard throw a revolver handle at you?
If they just throw the bullets fast and hard enough there should be nothing to worry about.
Ah, if only we all could do that… there’d be no pesky waiting period for guns, you’d just have to register your hands as lethal weapons.
Lethal Weapon – 2
My hands are registered as lethal weapons in Illinois, Wisconsin and Guam. Believe me, it’s a hassle when going through customs….