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Old 01-22-2004, 11:08 PM   #31
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Or have your rear lisence plate fold down and get a high pressure pump and flood their engine with water...


Yeah... dont even try it.. :P
the liscense plate idea, only with tacks!!
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Rig up an LED sign in the back window that says "GET OFF MY ***" I would find that funny... I might do that...... make it come on with the break lights.
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Old 01-31-2004, 07:20 AM   #33
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Or to be really illegal. Get one of these .50 machine guns on top.
Um, that a 7.62 mm M60 machine gun (that'* a good model of the truck I drove!! Except for the Marine intake and exhaust). But, the effect would be very similar...
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You probably dealt with weapons more than I do. How can you tell the M60 from the M-249? Look damn close to me but our company doesn't have an M60, just a handfull of 249'* and a few Mark-19'*. Those would be fun to fire
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You probably dealt with weapons more than I do. How can you tell the M60 from the M-249? Look damn close to me but our company doesn't have an M60, just a handfull of 249'* and a few Mark-19'*. Those would be fun to fire
M60 (My baby. Carried one for years)


M249


50 Cal


And finally, the MK19 40mm Machine Gun (Grenade), which is a blast to fire (no pun intended)


I am/was qualified to fire all of these...
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Yeah .50cal and Mark-19 stand all by themselfs and I guess after having seen an m60 its a completely different animal than the 249, just never really seen one. I work in Signal, we don't have "weapons" haha
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As stated before, I was an MP (MultiMission Puke). We had access to most anything "normal" (no sub machine guns, but almost anything else!). Fired the MK19 in the first Gulf War. That thing is suh-Weet!!

When I was in the Texas National Guard in an Air Cav unit, I was a door gunner on a Huey GunShip. That was probably the most fun I've ever had on a job!!
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