what are you afraid of more?

being stabbed by a rusty knife, or being shot with a rusty bullet?

you are stabbed with the knife quickly and then it is retracted, your stabbed on the right side of your chest. the blade is 5 inches long 1.5 inches width. it is stabbed into your chest 3 inches deep.. the bullet doesnt fragment when it leaves the barrel of the gun, its a .45 acp. the bullets lead exterior is the only rusty part of the bullet. the bullet strikes the same place as the knife would. there is no exit wound. wich would be worse?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Feel free to try both on yourself and post the results

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  • 1 decade ago

    Not much of a choice, but I'll go for the stab wound.

    A stab wound about 3 inches deep in the right side of the chest is most likely to puncture a lung: Put your credit card over the hole to prevent a sucking chest wound (collapse of the lung due to outside air pressure), phone for an ambulance and hope for the best.

    A .45 ACP, rusty or not, is going to leave a big ****ing hole and - especially at close range - it's entirely possible that it will leave a substantial exit wound, causing serious physical trauma and massive blood loss.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I don't care. Either one is deadly.

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  • 1 decade ago

    uhhhh all of the above?

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