Actually they're so soft that something slow-moving might be better...so .380 ACP or .45 ACP might work better than faster bullets.So you're all set, Breda! Just make sure to steam the corpse for yummy eating!
The best thing that Ive found for octopodes is...wasabi and a slice of pickled ginger.
Zombie Octopus. Now that would be scary.-SayUncle
What caliber?8mm, natch.Oh, you mean to shoot them with, not for them to shoot. My bad.
Given that they're invertebrates, I wager you could get by with 12 gauge birdshot.Mmmm. Octopus spray...
If your previous post on the subject is anything to go by, I'd suggest a Mk. 50 torpedo.Jim
I imagine weed-wackers would work fine on octopi. Mass quantities of calamari!
Wow Bob, you just made me REALLY hungry!
The word pundit in me is so glad you said octopodes instead of the widely-used, yet incorrect octopi.
Fact: Octopodes are vicious murderers.wv: uncompse - zombies might be said to uncompse.
Reveres SCUBA? Self Contained Out of water Breathing Apparatus? SCOBA??Luckily they little buggers will probably be contained within operating distance of saltwater. This means they'll only be a real threat to coastal states like California and who needs that anyway.
I'm going to be spending 6 weeks diving in thailand early next year, taking the PADI Divemaster+Rescue diver course... in those waters, they have blue-ringed octopuses(octopii?) Those are highly venomous... human lethal, and there is no antivenom.They're not remotely my biggest worry though. I'm more worried about things like scorpion fish and trigger fish. The former because it's small, camoflaged and poisonous, could concievably get stung by accident, the other because it's large, bad tempered and have powerful jaws(they're not lethal-dangerous, but they'll take a bite out of your flesh... they eat normally corral).I took a picture of a triggerfish from about 7-10 feet away before the instructor noticed and pulled me back last time, oops. Big one too, must've been four feet long two feet tall in the middle.Triggerfish:http://www.aftonvagen.se/triggerfish.jpgNot my picture(I'd have to dig out the CD... never did get around to copying to computer).
Found one more on the scale of the one I photo'd:http://richard-seaman.com/Wallpaper/Nature/Underwater/Horrors/TitanTriggerfish0306.jpg
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