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Ultimate BBQ gun?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Sisco, Mar 27, 2004.

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  1. Sisco

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  3. Greg L

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    No honest man needs to grill more than 10 hot dogs at a time :D .
     
  4. Sisco

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    Wonder why my link didn't work? Looks just like the one Diggler put up.
    Anyway, ya suppose it's California approved?
     
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    Wonder what round to use....:confused: ...Probably "Top Round".. or maybey "Ground Round" for quick expansion.....:uhoh:
     
  6. MaterDei

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    In the source, your link looks like this:
    As opposed to this:
    The parts in Red are what are displayed on the screen and as you can see they are identicle. However, as far as the system is concerned the parts in Blue are the real links and yours is formatted incorrectly for some reason.
     
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    Wonder what he uses for speedloaders? :D

    Of course, that's the ultimate in packing "heat"... :neener:
     
  8. Rembrandt

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    ...where do you find large caliber weenies for something like that? :p
     
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    How are you supposed to get it going: briquettes and fluid? or HP380 and a primer?
     
  10. Sisco

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    I suppose you could even BBQ a gun on it if you wanted to.

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  11. Dave R

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    I'm thinking the holster makers on the board will be salivating over it...
     
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    Greg L....


    Good one on you!
     
  13. patent

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    Thankfully its not one of those fully automatic propane grills. Only a professional chef needs one of those.

    patent
     
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