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post #21 of 84 Old 08-10-2004, 02:24 PM
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and tripwire activated 50 cal. turet guns

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post #22 of 84 Old 08-10-2004, 02:27 PM
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Has anyone seen transponders for bikes, like Lojack?
Haha.... My lurking at 1000rr.net paid off. This looks like a good system.

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I tape my recall letter [smilie=1: to my bike so no one will want it [smilie=w:
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Oh, right, good point. Got a few of those, too...

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Heckler & Koch MP5 full auto-SWAT team issue
Nice. I really like the MP5 a lot.

Incidentally, have you ever fired an automatic Thompson? The bolt is heavy enough that the gun's center of gravity changes as it's firing, giving it this sickening "here we go" rolling feeling while you're firing it. They say that back when they were issuing them to our boys, they'd tell them "aim for the right knee." After firing one, I know why---if you put it on their knee and let 'er rip, the recoil carries it right through their vitals. Oh yeah, the open bolt on these things is fucking nerve racking as all hell.

The Grease gun (what's its designation? Can't remember...) is also a fun little sumbitch.

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Heckler & Koch .40 cal
Please don't tell me it's the Mk. 23. That's one clunky f'in gun. I'll take a 1911 any day. In fact, I'm thinking of getting me a Sigarms GSR 1911. Check this out: http://www.gunsandammomag.com/ga_handguns/gsr_0401/

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Sig Sauer 9mm
Very nice. I love my P226.

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Color me jealous. My apartment complex classifies Rotts as "dangerous dogs" and specifically disallows them. Bastards.
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Bike cover, and park it under my fith wheel. no alarm, no insure. I guess people figure if its in a trailer park then its not worth stealin. Plus i'm out in the sticks so nothin really gets stolen.
Oh, and SKS 7.62x39, and 9x19mm if it comes to that. [smilie=b:

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post #27 of 84 Old 08-10-2004, 04:45 PM
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Locked garage, 4 big dogs, 4 guns, CCTV.

At work: parked next to guard (armed) shack, disc lock, 1 gun (2 counting guard).

Always: full coverage insurance


Lojack for bikes? Who'd want it back???
If someone steals it and it's found by other than the cops, it will be well done before they get there.
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I don't worry about it I do lock it though. I live In boston wherein If they want it its gone. but I try not to make it as easy for them hey to the guy that move from boston to texas are there any turns there or is it just like everyone say flat land ?
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Lojack for bikes? Who'd want it back???
If someone steals it and it's found by other than the cops, it will be well done before they get there.
Yeah, but if they catch the losers I'll feel somewhat avenged.
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