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I need to get one of these!

By jdclyde ·

Just think of how much fun that would be to play with?

What toys do you think are cool?

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Made in a different time

by jdclyde In reply to See how close to housing. ...

before you had to be overly paranoid just to get through the day.

chicken and egg. Which was there first, houses or or complex?

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The Labs in America

by mjwx In reply to See how close to housing. ...

there are probably bigger weapons in the nearby houses.

Redneck turns up to his first day of army training. The drill sergeant hands him a rifle and says ?here?s your M16 son? the redneck replies ?Heck I bought my own, I got stuff you ain?t never seen in the truck?. (its Friday in OZ)

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Was that Quantico June 13, 1974

by X-MarCap In reply to The Labs in America

I made that kind of comment to my DI and I almost thought he went ***** on me...

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by M_a_r_k In reply to I need to get one of thes ...

"What we want to do is equip our protective force with the capability that will leave no doubt about the outcome," said Linton Brooks, head of the National Nuclear Security Administration."

I'll say. This thing will pulverize its prey into a million bits of flesh.

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and then some

by jdclyde In reply to Wow!

but I have to admit, bfilm found a better toy....

Just HAD to "one up" me!

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That would bring down an aircraft <eom>

by maxwell edison In reply to Wow!
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Reminds me of when I was an officer cadet and .......................

by sleepin'dawg In reply to I need to get one of thes ...

The branch of the service I was assigned to required that we be capable of being able to drive every vehicle in the army inventory, from motorcycles to tanks to 18 wheelers. To complete tank training we also had to learn how to fire the guns and one afternoon while returning from the range, we encountered one of the fattest racoons wandering across the track. The thing scampered up a tree and for some idiotic reason it was decided to shoot the coon out of the tree using the tanks 30 cal. coaxial mounted turret gun. We had burned through two belts of rounds when somebody mentioned there was a town a few miles away inline with the direction we were firing. That quickly put an end to our racoon hunting and five cadets spent a somewhat worried evening wondering if we had inadvertently shot the **** out of the town. That would have put an end to our military careers for certain. luckily we must have missed the town because we never heard of anything happening. Oh, we also missed the racoon as well, two belts of ammo from maybe 25 yards and not a scratch on him. He was either bullet proof or led a charmed existence.

Now where do I sign myself up for one of those Gatlings and a Metal Storm. I want to go coon hunting again. They all can't be that lucky.

Dawg ]:)

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It's in australia

by mjwx In reply to Reminds me of when I was ...

So I?m certain it?s already been taken roo shooting.

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This might help when an Iraqi decides to snipe.

by X-MarCap In reply to It's in australia

One three minute burst and scratch one Iraqi sniper.

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one three minute burst

by mjwx In reply to This might help when an I ...

scratch one iraqi town. Important to keep things in perspective.

I take it that your also a fam of the 40mm grenade autocannon that these guys are also developing.

"I'm a man of peace, I'm done killin"

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