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Photoshop Time! Pics of your Car w/ Mounted Guns!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by BerettaNut92, Jun 26, 2003.

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  1. BerettaNut92

    BerettaNut92 Member

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    OK everyone post pics of your car with a mounted gun of some sort...rocket launcher, towed artillery, whatever!!!

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  2. Kampfer

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  3. Combat-wombat

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    Heh...good one!:D Don't have photoshop, but if I did there'd be a Browning M2HB on my Jeep.
     
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    Just a quick ''conceptual''!!

    Of course ...... much more armor needed at lower levels ...... and some means of controllin all that damn recoil!! :D

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  6. MJRW

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    And the 2002 Assaultima[​IMG]

    alsdfkjasd, seconds too late
     
  7. 45R

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    Yo I leant Snoop Dog my bling bling and look what happens!!!

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    An armored van with gun ports, which was part of the vehicle entourage of singer Snoop Dogg, is shown on Hollywood Boulevard as it arrives for the third annual Black Entertainment Television Awards in Hollywood, June 24, 2003. Authorities in Los Angeles said on June 25 they were weighing possible firearms charges against Snoop Dogg for allegedly riding to an awards show with armed bodyguards in a bullet-proof van equipped with gun ports. Photo by Fred Prouser/Reuters

    Opppppssssss
     
  8. fatboyclone

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    too funny!!
     
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    "Authorities in Los Angeles said on June 25 they were weighing possible firearms charges against Snoop Dogg for allegedly riding to an awards show with armed bodyguards in a bullet-proof van equipped with gun ports."

    Don't the Wells Fargo guys drive that way to work everyday?:scrutiny:

    Just another example of gun control being racism in disguise.
     
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    "Assaultima" That's funny!:D
     
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    "Just another example of gun control being racism in disguise."

    It also say in the article that it is a illegal for bodyguards guarding a felon to carry weapons.
     
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    Full Story


    By Gina Keating

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Authorities in Los Angeles said on Wednesday they were weighing possible firearms charges against rap star Snoop Dogg for allegedly riding to an awards show with armed bodyguards in a bullet-proof van equipped with gun ports.


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    Police arrested three men who identified themselves as the rapper's bodyguards shortly after they dropped him off in front of the Kodak Theater in Hollywood on Tuesday evening to attend the third annual BET Awards, Los Angeles police Lt. Art Miller said.


    Miller described the vehicle in which Snoop Dogg, 30, whose real name is Calvin Broadus, arrived at the theater as "an Econoline van on steroids," with armored sidewalls, bullet-proof glass and gun ports.


    "Officers watching the front of the theater saw Mr. Broadus get out with several individuals with bullet-proof vests, and that immediately raised suspicion," Miller said. The officers stopped the van and two other vehicles that appeared to be part of Snoop's entourage, he said.


    As a convicted felon stemming from a 1990 drug offense, Snoop is prohibited by federal law from possessing firearms or from hiring armed security, federal authorities said.


    Police and agents from the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms and Explosives detained and searched 13 people, recovering seven handguns, including one with a laser sight and another with an extended magazine with a capacity of 30 bullets, Miller said.


    Three of the men were arrested, two on outstanding misdemeanor warrants and one on a parole violation, Miller said. The rest were questioned and released, he said.


    Federal agents were continuing to investigate "any potential firearms violations" against Snoop or members of his entourage, said ATF Special Agent Latese Baker.


    Officers did not detain Snoop at the time because "we didn't know they had the guns yet," Miller said. "We allowed him to go in and enjoy his evening inside."


    Snoop went on to win BET's best collaboration award for the song "Beautiful," featuring Pharrell, who performed the song during Tuesday night's show sponsored by Viacom Inc.'s cable network Black Entertainment Television to honor African American singers, actors and athletes.


    Years before becoming one of the top-selling gangsta rap stars of all time, the Long Beach, California, native was convicted in 1990 of possessing cocaine for sale.


    Publicity surrounding Snoop's 1993 arrest in connection with a drive-by slaying helped fuel the runaway success that year of his debut release "Doggystyle," which became the first debut album of any artist to enter the pop charts at No. 1.


    The murder case went to trial in 1995, but the rapper was cleared of all charges the following year.


    In April of this year, Los Angeles police questioned Snoop after a gunman in a speeding car opened fire on the motorcade carrying the rapper and his bodyguards. One person was injured, and police said at the time they were unsure whether the recording star was the intended target.
     
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    3 out of 4 Special Forces members prefer Tacos over the leading brands.
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  15. Stickjockey

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    Who needs Photoshop?

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    This one isn't mine (sigh) It belongs to a guy in Australia.
     
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    I am so happy you asked about this. This one has floated around TFL numberous times. My pig hunting rig.

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  17. Jesse H

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    Simple...throw a tactical Oriental co-pilot on the back of the bike and we're set!

    BTW, can anybody guess who my "famous" friend is standing in the right? :D
     

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    I know!

    Isn't that the guy from that show? :p
     
  19. Jesse H

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    Actually, it's probably a good thing you folks don't know who he is. :)
     
  20. BerettaNut92

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    LOL :D

    Maybe a few do.... ;)
     
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    Oh what the heck, I might as well fess up to owning a rice-burner:

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    Oh, and a few extra batteries to run the stereo & minigun at the same time! :D
     
  22. H Romberg

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    I've GOTTA get Photoshop! This is great!
     
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    Quick and dirty...I'll try harder later. :p

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  24. Schuey2002

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    PhotoShop??:confused:

    Who needs PhotoShop when you can have the REAL DEAL?! :p
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    There is nothing quite like the sight of a Taco deployed in the War on Terrorism!:neener:
     
  25. fatboyclone

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    some of these pics are absolutely hilarious, keep 'em comin fellas
     
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