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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by TorontoReign, Jan 3, 2015.
Here ya go.
Welcome in my world.
Now pass the butter.
We all live here now.
Over here with the meter of snow falling from the sky every year, it's good for cars to have ample height/clearance to the ground.
The gun experts on this site will probably know the answer to this question of mine: would this be legal? The picture is from a prepper site, lol. In a post-apo -type situation I guess it would be ok, or maybe not, who knows. But now, would it be ok to drive that thing around? What if the machine gun would be single action and not full-auto?
I guess it depends on where you are. If you throw enough money at the problem you can legally own just about anything in some areas, I think. Dunno if you are allowed to mount it on your vehicle...
Is this Running Man intro sequence?
Yes. I think so.
Yea, that's right. Because, totally logically, one should attach a bunch of fixed machine guns into one of those 50's style hot rod cars that you posted. Because in that image that Toront posted, it kinda looks like a cannon or something on the hood, and the thing on the roof. Yes, it should have guns on it. Put guns on it and it'll be perfect.
IIRC the top tier gun license allows you to own tanks [with limitations] (in the US), so in theory the bike is possible.. sort of.
It just occurred to me, has anyone heard from @Per in, like, ever?
Nope. It's been years.
I wonder how that bastard is doing.
Yes, if one is like Arnold Schwarzemahnigga and has a huge back yard to drive the thing on. Not on public streets I guess. Then again, if open carry is legal, should open fixed-weapon driving be legal too? Hmm....
Driving around should be possible on public roads as well, although maybe not armed. You probably need special rubber thingies on your tracks to get a special permit, though.
Also, some guy in Germany apparently owns a street-legal Hotchkiss scout tank.
According to the neighbours, apparantly the old geezer who owned the tank used to drive his tank around during winter to clear the roads.
Where the fuck does someone buy an 88mm FLAK from? At least the soldiers have been happy, for once they could use their equipment in action and not just destroying the landscape on their drill ground.
Yes the soldiers look very happy posing next to that thing. German soldiers next to a Panther-tank, the old Allied-nations might be getting unpleasant deja vu from that.
Man, I'd love to have an 88 in my backyard.
I'd also love to have a backyard.
Who wouldn't love to?
This guy's actually pretty low key and toned down for a rich Texan.
I think that's a pretty good deal, adjusting for inflation from the 40s to now. Not sure, though.
I like his reasons for buying it.