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Old 11-02-2015, 03:41 AM   #31
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even a 2" X 5" X 10" compartment is enough space to hide a gun, cash, etc.....
True, but not say a completely hypothetical AK-47 or AR15.
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Old 11-06-2015, 08:48 AM   #32
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I was thinking of building a hollow side wall as part of a floor to ceiling cabinet for storing long guns if that makes sense. So the left side of the open cabinet/shelves would stick out a couple inches and be hollow. Then maybe a bolt attached to the exterior panel that goes through the interior cabinet panel held with a wingnut. That way there wouldn't be any visible latches and the panel would be flush to the cabinet
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Old 11-06-2015, 10:45 AM   #33
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I won't have any guns on board due to regulations and international border crossings.

I will have pneumatic cannons that launch pieces of wood, metal, ect.
Once they are taken apart, they look like nothing but a pile of parts.

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I like to have a friend along just in case, or, as in this case, in a case---along with my array of permits[/URL][/IMG]

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I gave up on trying to hide my stuff so I will mount it on the roof.


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That's what I'm taking about.

I like that way better.

In the video's, they blow both doors right off that mini van. One gets pushed right through the van.

It's amazing the energy a 10 pound pumpkin can deliver compared to a tiny little 9mm round out of a handgun.

Guns are way over rated any way. Up close a sward or machete is far more lethal, and won't run out of ammo.

For most, guns are a false sense of security.

This is coming from someone that grew up with using long guns everyday, spent 4.5 years in the Canadian Military, and has spent time protecting drill rigs with deadly force over seas.

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Quick! To the ramparts! Start tossing the pun'kins before the trick-or-treaters storm the fortress!

Yup, that 'ill work every time--what were we thinking?
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Yup, that 'ill work every time--what were we thinking?
Fill the pumpkins with explosives and a impact detonator.

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Trunt, is that a CZ? Too much shadow in my picture.
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CC. Sig 226 non-slide 9mm. It looks a little funny in the pic because it has a foam dust plug in the barrel.
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