That made me wonder if Ezekiel's loyal subjects had made a last-ditch effort to protect their king with their bodies when the Saviors opened up on them with the heavy machine gun (Browning 50-caliber?) I also wondered how plausible reassembling and mounting that gun in the bed of speeding truck might be.I cannot imagine what it feels to wake up under all those dead,
Yeah. 12.7 x 55 mm. We don't know the ammo, but we can assume it was standard BMG and they do damage exactly as we saw. Sometimes much worse as the round severe arms and legs, make headless torsos and so on. It's why they are used in the sentry duties or for the anti-material role.That made me wonder if Ezekiel's loyal subjects had made a last-ditch effort to protect their king with their bodies when the Saviors opened up on them with the heavy machine gun (Browning 50-caliber?)
If everything's ready and people know what they do, under 2 minutes in boxes. In hurry, however, the guns would have been left alone to cool down as their barrels would have got super hot. The barrel itself is a quick change one. One twist and it'll come lose. Door gunners have to do it on flight.I also wondered how plausible reassembling and mounting that gun in the bed of speeding truck might be.
Because there is always a need for ammo. Nobody manufacturers it in the Kirkman's world. So while there might be plenty, there isn't any who's manufacturing new stuff. Or know how to operate a reloading station, not talking about the fine stuff.So, why was Negan so keen on the possibility of Eugene's homemade bullet factory?
How can that battered and abused woman in the first series turn into a female Rambo. It might happen, and "life" has thrown her some curved balls, but it's really doubtful.She has become a Slayer, if she wasn't one before.
I expect that they've used more ammunition in the last four weeks than the US Army used in a year. There is no point in thinking about it any more.Again, both sides seemed to have an amazingly abundant ammunition supply.
I agree that it's definitely time for a new direction instead of 'here's the next bad guy, madder/badder than the last'. The problem is what exactly can they do? To be honest it's amazing that we've got through 8 seasons of the same hashed plotlines, the same corny rallying speeches; but then again, I'm still watching so it obviously still has something to offer!And so the zombie soap opera plods on, each week the undead becoming more the perfect metaphor for the show itself.
As the 'plot' stumbles lifelessly from one repetitive scene to the next. In 4 episodes nothing of any note has happened, or maybe it has and I failed to notice.
A while back I had a rant about the lack of any substantial arc, then I let it go and tuned in for the weekly apocalyptic fun, but now I'm bored.
It's time for some new surroundings and ideas. Or maybe, dare I say it, some sort of explosive ending to the whole thing?
Hmmm, ones that were all squishy too, it seemed like it could have just wandered off if it wanted. A moment before they are being dispatched with a bit of stick? Seems the CGI budget has been exhausted, or they got bored drawing it. Or like Dobby in Harry Potter, they couldn't have it keep showing up and saving the day!but quite how a 200kg killing machine is brought down by a handful of floundering zombies I do not know.