Lets see your truck gun.

I was referencing the twin boom and tail.
Get that 100%, Just saying twin engines = 1/2 the chance of needing to bail due to much better reliability. I am with you the P-38 is by far the sexist WWII plane made. At least the guys that had to fight in the Pacific dealing with malaria, bugs, snakes and being wet all the time got to fly one bad mofo of a plane. Zeros hated them and for good reason, it was a P-38 that shot down Yamamoto.

So if a Tri-Met bus has a fire on the freeway, how do you get out?
Trick question. I would get out by driving around it.
 
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Twin engines you dont bail unless its all gone to pot. Then you rotate upside down and let gravity pull you out.


Grasshopper Killer for the win right there!

My truck gun is really a backpack Gun that moves in and out of the truck with me. Body armor w/load out, IFAK and a suppressed SIG Rattler.

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It's the scorpion killer. Grasshopper Mouse NINE PROBLEM SOLVA.
 
It's the scorpion killer. Grasshopper Mouse NINE PROBLEM SOLVA.
I love how the bolt has the Grasshopper Mouse eating the scorpion. Crazy Swiss. (Funny for sure. but I do love my Scorpions too)
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I have a B&T APC9-SD. Still a solid 10+ months from the internal can to clear. Form 1 should go through shortly. So it just lives in the safe mainly one day it will be whole again. Just need to keep collecting $90 plastic mags for it. :rolleyes: Screen Shot 2020-04-07 at 10.19.00 AM.png
 
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I love how the bolt has the Grasshopper Mouse eating the scorpion. Crazy Swiss. (Funny for sure. but I do love my Scorpions too)
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I have a B&T APC9-SD. Still a solid 10+ months from the internal can to clear. Form 1 should go through shortly. So it just lives in the safe mainly one day it will be whole again. Just need to keep collecting $90 plastic mags for it. :rolleyes: View attachment 680657
I really wonder if they feel significantly different to shoot. My Saker k got approved in 54 days and omega 9k in about 6 months. Good luck, they seem to be moving quickly.
 
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I really wonder if they feel significantly different to shoot. My Saker k got approved in 54 days and omega 9k in about 6 months. Good luck, they seem to be moving quickly.
Since its the mid ported and threaded SD barrel from HK on the APC9-SD the end is not threaded. I would have to have that barrel removed and a traditional MP5 barrel installed for me to try shooting it with a regular suppressor. I will say it shoots crazy smooth as is now with the threaded lock ring over the mid ports.
 
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Since its the mid ported and threaded SD barrel from HK on the APC9-SD the end is not threaded. I would have to have that barrel removed and a traditional MP5 barrel installed for me to try shooting it with a regular suppressor. I will say it shoots crazy smooth as is now with the threaded lock ring over the mid ports.
I've never fired one how different is it from the ghm9? I gotta say I love the tri lug mount on my ghm.
 
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Everybody in WA and OR gives Crackima such a bad rap for gangs.
The whole time I lived there (two stints totalling 9 years), I witnessed only ONE gang-related murder.
Now, is that so bad? :rolleyes:
No. People in the Pacific northwest have a funny idea about what a bad neighborhood is. It just seems to be any area with a few poors on meth or anywhere more than half a dozen black people congregate. It's not their fault they just lack perspective.
 
Well, that sorta describes all of Seattle, Tacoma, and Portlandia, doesn't it...??? o_O
 
I would agree. I never felt "scared" while I lived in Yakima. I actually loved living there, cuz of the handy access to rock climbing, skiing, backpacking, kayaking, etc.
I knew which sections of town to avoid (and when), but Tacoma always seemed like a pop-up battleground to me...
 

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