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What ammo does the Jonah Hex super weapon fire?
In the movie Jonah Hex, the super-weapon that Turnball builds fires (seemingly) ordinary canon balls, followed by an orange ball. The orange ball is not only highly explosive (even more explosive ...
Feb 2 '13 at 22:54
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