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10/1/2017 c14 17DS2010
Damn is right...
9/30/2017 c14 Guest
Yawn . Yawn. Yawn
9/30/2017 c14 Sue Dooley
Another fabulous and enthralling chapter!
Tiva forever.
9/30/2017 c14 BKeh
Outstanding story and an excellent chapter.
9/30/2017 c14 bunnykoko
Excellent!
9/27/2017 c13 3stareagle
I am eager for the next chapter . This is a good story!
9/27/2017 c3 stareagle
Well done. I noticed a few typos but your grasp of English as a second language is very good! I like the way you set up Gibbs, ,transferring leadership to Tony. The word I was questioning was snipper. Did you mean sniper?
9/24/2017 c13 Sue Dooley
Fabulous chapter! Great fanfic! Tiva forever.
9/24/2017 c13 Safara Bellamy
Excited for the next chapter.
9/22/2017 c13 17DS2010
One the trail can't wait to see what happens next
9/22/2017 c13 1Acrwdof1
My only complaint is that like most, you don't understand how a "silencer" works. Unfortunately due to TV and the movies, a lot of people believe that you don't hear "silenced" firearms. The truth is the only thing a "silencer" does is lower the volume of the gunshot to levels of sound where hearing damage is no longer a problem. Other than that, they are still quite audible. There are actually four sources of sound from a pistol being discharged; 1) the actual cartridge going off. This can be muffled by use of a suppressor ( the REAL term for a "silencer") by slowing and cooling the escaping gases created by the gunshot. Muffled, NOT eliminated. 2) The 'crack' sound of the bullet breaking the sound barrier. This CAN be eliminated by using sub-sonic ammunition. 3) the sound of the action of the pistol as it cycles, ejecting the old casing and chambering a fresh round. This can be eliminated if the action is locked, but that limits the pistol to only firing a single round. 4) The sound if the empty casings as they hit the floor. Again this can be eliminated if the action is locked so no casing is ejected, but once again, the shooter is limited to only a single round. So in a nutshell, if you can hear someone talking, you WILL hear a "silenced" firearm go off. For an actual demonstration of what I am talking about, go to YouTube and look up a video "Shooting suppressed handguns in a house".
8/22/2017 c12 17DS2010
Amazed they survived the crash non the worse for wear except Sharon.
Love the references to the book and all the clues held within.
8/22/2017 c12 Sue Dooley
Awesome chapter! Wow!
Tiva forever.
8/13/2017 c11 Sue Dooley
Wow! Fabulous chapter!
8/13/2017 c11 bunnykoko
Good one. Continue soon, please.
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