What do you use for a truck gun?

shade

Well-known member
The title of this thread is "what do you use for a truck gun", and here you are asking about why don't I use a holster like a "professional", so I have been trying to understand the basis of your question, why do I need to carry in a holster like a "professional"? it's a truck gun, no need to carry and no need for a holster!
you are the epitome of obfuscation on the portal, you come here asking ignorant questions about carrying like a professional in a thread about truck guns. why don't you just go hide behind your precious ignore button.
Handguns were being discussed, hence my question about using a holster. This isn't nearly as complicated as you're making it.

If you have an issue with a post of mine elsewhere, please respond in the appropriate thread.
 

shade

Well-known member
Right back at you oh king obfuscator.
Ok? 🤷‍♀️

I thought we were here to talk about guns. I guess you're done.

As I said, if someone wants to have a pistol nearby, I think it's a very good idea to use a holster, and I listed several reasons why I believe that to be true. If someone wants to continue with that, I'd be fine with it; I might learn something.
 

ricardo

Observer
My wife says it is too much, but I feel safe.
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Very, very familiar with the 134 but not on that configuration, specially since the middle of the vehicle is reserved for the VIP's (best shock absorption from Shape charges, liquification, etc).. plus the overall integrity Armor heavily compromise when you cut a big old hole in the roof..

yes I know this can be a "Tail gunner" on a caravan, In any case the gunner has a much higher rate of success and survival if the weapon is controlled "Fly by wire" (we uses servos and hydraulics
30 years ago) than in the flesh
 

ricardo

Observer
No offence intended, but looks to me like way to many of you ply with Ji-Joe's a little to much..

I'm not a violent man, in fact I'm very peaceful, but if somebody tryes to take advantage of the innocent and unprotected I will become "Mama bear" and surrender my life in the benefit of my compatriots, study anatomy like crazy to be able to place my shoots (with a 95% deggre of certainty) to avoid the "one in the head two in the chest" that my instructors proclame to be the only way..


Dissemble 7 car bombs, including two school buses full of kiddos..

Build 27 level SEVEN armored cars {and "Semi" bullet Proof} Only one side, because the layers made them much to heavy) and refurbish 62 helicopters) with materials to toxic to be used on US Soil (Darpa right there for you) and one of them had the record of been impelled to a seven story high building with all the doors still secure, sadly the G force sensor got peg out at a 1000'g so we have no idea how powerful the 50 pound of C4 shape charge was..

after opening the doors everything inside was liquidated and had to be clean with hoses to be able to examine the structure..

man up in the caboose of a Suburban handling a "Seven second" (Life expectancy) redundant GAU 134 Mini gun ,that fortunately never discharge in Anger, but trust me just the feeling of the empty Shells filling up the Tub you are in is not exactly fun, very claustrophobic in fact, plus is extremely loud too..


I also saw my best friend flying two hundred meters away wearing a Israeli made Bomb proof suit with similar results, aka a $700,000 "Body bag"

It took 27 Bombs to take the life away of the most patriotic person i have ever made..

If you ever have a itch for real life violence just drive into Tijuana with a DEA hat and see how long you last..
 
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GB_Willys_2014

Well-known member
No offence intended, but looks to me like way to many way with Ji-Joe's way to much..

I'm not a violent man, in fact I'm very peaceful, but if something tryes to take advantage of the innocent and unprotected I will become "Mama bear" and surrender my life in the benefit of my compatriots, study anatomy like crazy to be able to place my shoots (with a 95% deggre of certainty) to avoid the "one in the head two in the chest" that my instructors proclame to be the only way..


Dissemble 7 car bombs, including two school buses full of kiddos..

Build 27 level SEVEN armored cars (and "Semi" bullet Proof )Only one side, because the layers made them much to heavy) and refurbish 62 helicopters) with materials to toxic to be used on US Soil (Darpa right there for you) and one of them had the record of been impelled to a seven story building with all the doors still secure, sadly the G force sensor got peg out at a 1000'g so we have no idea how powerful the 50 pound of C4 shape charge was..
after opening the doors everything inside was liquidated and had to be clean with hoses to be able to examine the structure..

man up in the caboose of a Suburban handling a "Seven second" (Life expectancy) redundant GAU 134 Mini gun ,that fortunately never discharge in Anger, but trust me just the feeling of the empty Shells filling up the Tub you are in is not exactly fun, very claustrophobic in fact, plus is extremely loud too..


I also saw my first friend flying two hundred meters away wearing a Islamist made Bomb proof suit with similar results..

It took 27 Bombs to take the life away of the most patriotic person i have ever made..

If youu ever have a itch for real life violence just drive into Tijuana with a DEA hat and see how long you last..
Lighten up Francis.


This is supposed to be a fun thread. A celebration of our right in the US to own firearms, and buy whatever floats our individual boats.

This is neither a pissing match, nor a morality lesson

And lastly, you are not the only one here with BTDT.

With that, I am back to looking for some firearm porn.

YMMV
 

another_mike

Adventurer
I won’t even leave my garage door opener in my car overnight, let alone a firearm.

last I heard they stole 5 firearms in this one night alone, some of these were less than a mile from me.

been a LEO for 17 years. We have a strict policy forbidding firearms being kept in vehicles while off duty. Sure, it’s your right to do what you want. Given the current state of affairs, even if my dept didn’t have that policy, I wouldn’t do it.
 

ricardo

Observer
Lighten up Francis.


This is supposed to be a fun thread. A celebration of our right in the US to own firearms, and buy whatever floats our individual boats.

This is neither a pissing match, nor a morality lesson

And lastly, you are not the only one here with BTDT.

With that, I am back to looking for some firearm porn.

YMMV
Sorry Mike you are totally right

i'm still getting use to the feel of been able to go to fleet farm to buy some screws and coming out with a big old revolver..

Except for switzerland where my father is from (very controlled, very regulated but by law you need to have them and be proficient with them), I have never live on a country when you actually have access to any kind of guns..

Safety On, Mag off, Chamber empty..
 

GB_Willys_2014

Well-known member
Sorry Mike you are totally right

i'm still getting use to the feel of been able to go to fleet farm to buy some screws and coming out with a big old revolver..

Except for switzerland where my father is from (very controlled, very regulated but by law you need to have them and be proficient with them), I have never live on a country when you actually have access to any kind of guns..

Safety On, Mag off, Chamber empty..
It's all good!

Enjoy your Bill of Rights!
 
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