Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Oleg Volk, Sep 29, 2008.
Redneck Rumble car show proved a good distraction from the stresses of lawsuits.
I'm glad you got to get out and let off some steam. Thanks for sharing the photograph. Can you ID the gun? Looks interesting.
What would be really cool if by cocking the hammer it would shift a 2 speed rear end.Yes I am a truck driver by trade.
Come on, it looks like a cut down NEF 12ga (obviously not a functional arm) You should KNOW what those look like from my collection....
Glad to hear you're relaxing somewhat.
i would hate to get pulled over by a rookie cop driving that thing! he would have you spread eagle at gunpoint so fast it would make your head spin!
GREAT find Oleg.
I dig that steering wheel too.
Thanks for sharing that one!
So SM is driving you around now?
No, his would have a bone-stock 1911 there...
Careful to not blow out the transmission.
lover the steering wheel.
only thing that could make it better is if you could pull it out and use it if needed.
I thought exactly the same thing
It has to be a six-speed
That is a sweet shifter, wish there was room in my car for something like that...
Awesome, I am going to do that in my Jeep. I picked up an inoperable shotgun a while back in a lot of guns I bought. I have been thinking about making a lamp or something but this looks so much better
i agree, keep it off the road
Oleg glad you got out to get some stress relief. Nice pic. Thank you for shareing.
Not to be a spoilsport...
I'm wondering if that it an F-Troop bust waiting to happen... That barrel had either be welded inoperable, or over 18" in length, even if it is threaded and bolted on...
Outta here again...
I was wondering the same thing.
omg that is classic. looks more like southern redneck
Thank you, Buzz Killington.
From this angle, it doesn't look like there IS a working barrel on it.
Nice Rubber Band Gun!
all thats missing is a sticker of this on the dash
what if the gun frame was unmodified PGO shotty with the real barrel somewhere else and shifter was soild bar that was machined to take the frame?
Ok the steering colum appears to be a tilt colum. the nob on the left bottom is for the tilt. over on the passenger door anyone notice the dice for the window knob
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