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A real gunnie's vehicle

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Oleg Volk, Sep 29, 2008.

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  1. Oleg Volk

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    Redneck Rumble car show proved a good distraction from the stresses of lawsuits.
     
  2. Kind of Blued

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    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.
     
  3. mckormicnavistar

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    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.:D
     
  4. PTK

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    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.... :)



    Oleg

    Glad to hear you're relaxing somewhat.
     
  5. moooose102

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    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!
     
  6. kentucky_Dave

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    GREAT find Oleg.
    I dig that steering wheel too.
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    Thanks for sharing that one!
     
  7. txgho1911

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    So SM is driving you around now?
     
  8. springmom

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    ROTFLMFHO!!!!!!!!!

    No, his would have a bone-stock 1911 there...

    Springmom
     
  9. Curare

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    Careful to not blow out the transmission.
     
  10. burningsquirrels

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    lover the steering wheel.

    only thing that could make it better is if you could pull it out and use it if needed. :D
     
  11. TallPine

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    I thought exactly the same thing ;)

    It has to be a six-speed :D
     
  12. NG VI

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    That is a sweet shifter, wish there was room in my car for something like that...
     
  13. orvpark

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    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:)
     
  14. Hoppy590

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    i agree, keep it off the road

    but cool.
     
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    Oleg glad you got out to get some stress relief. Nice pic. Thank you for shareing.
     
  16. bogie

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    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...
     
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    I was wondering the same thing.
     
  18. CSA 357

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    Party Poopers!:d
     
  19. scrat

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    omg that is classic. looks more like southern redneck
     
  20. Stevie-Ray

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    Thank you, Buzz Killington.:D
     
  21. PTK

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    From this angle, it doesn't look like there IS a working barrel on it.
     
  22. BruceRDucer

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    Nice Rubber Band Gun! :what:

    (((((ducks)))))))
     
  23. scrat

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    all thats missing is a sticker of this on the dash

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  24. EHCRain10

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    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?
     
  25. scrat

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    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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