Nothing wrong with a classic, especially like that. I think if I had need for something that would work well in a scabbard it might be something like that.Ray has a sweet blaster there, but I'd take that 45-70 for my dollar! Pure classic american art right there
That's great Chris, now if you hunted anything larger than a raccoon you'd see the need. Yes you can take game animals with a bow or spear,but I've decided to take advantage of the modern scientific advances ,to take my game ethically with a minimum of trauma .If you don't hunt congrats.Never felt the need for a "truck gun". Or work gun. Or home gun. Or any other gun.
Pretend is something I do with my 4 yr old when playing Barbie. It doesn't really seem fun to speculate on the topic you have suggested based on the premise we all pretty much know the guy didn't bring a truck gun to Mexico. I'd much rather hear or see pictures of your truck gun. Maybe you've already posted it though. It's been a while since I've read through this thread and I can't remember everything. Not a jab at you. Just keeping it honest. My wife hopes nobody else posts pics of truck guns. She also prays every day that hickok45 dude stops making videos.So if Scott Brady, who started this thread, just did weeks in baja according to his g-wagen article on the home page, what does everyone think his truck gun of choice would have been? I doubt he will be able to say anything given the strict laws that exist in the disarmed crime-free utopia of Mexico...but let's just pretend.
This is fashion.LOL..I face the same line of questioning constantly..Just say it's a fashion thing..
Mini potato gun? PVC pipe, propane and a grill igniter? Used for entertainment at camp, def not for launching marbles or ball bearings.@GHI I agree 100% that Scott has never & will never break a foreign law, but I never implied he did. The man has travelled through many foreign countries that outright ban firearms & he knows what he is doing. I am asking what you think he would have chosen to take on such a trip IF he were able to take one legally. I have never personally been to baja, but if I did & I chose to protect myself, it would be something really wild that the cops would laugh at if they found & couldn't possibly be considered dangerous. And no, I wont show you my truck gun....what truck gun?