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You will want this! New magpul selfdefense

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by clearconscience, Jan 31, 2009.

  1. clearconscience

    clearconscience Vancouver, WA Well-Known Member

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  2. NWMoss

    NWMoss Lost, permanently... Member

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    I saw that vid a few months ago... I STILL love it!

    I want that, and a spring-loaded slot in the dash that it resides in for my car:

    carjacker? eject the gun and rock-n-roll!

    :gun06:
     
  3. PCSSEPA

    PCSSEPA The Great White North New Member

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    I used to have a gun like this back in the 60's. It was part of the Agent Zero series tht Mattel put out. There was a camera gun pistol and an am/fm radio that transformed into a rifle. Pretty cool stuff.
     
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    Noxspector Oregon Member

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    I played with it at SHOT show last year. It was pretty funny that it was stealing the show even over the Massad. I thought it was one of the coolest things there at the show. Would be nice if it was produced.
     
  5. Doc In UPlace

    Doc In UPlace Tacoma-ish Well-Known Member

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    Oh holy cow, I had one of those! It was black with silver trim.

    Did you have one of those Sonic Blasters that would shoot a blast of air about 15-20 feet? That was one of the best toys ever made.

    sonic-blaster.JPG

     
  6. emanon

    emanon SE Portland, Oregon Member

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    Ok, you were right... I want one! :gun10:
     
  7. PCSSEPA

    PCSSEPA The Great White North New Member

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    No, I didn't have the Sonic Blaster. I think that Mattel also used to make a bazooka that fired a projectile. I had one of those, too. We bought my brother-in-law a camera gun two Christmases ago. They go for over $100 now, but the letter my wife wrote him was worth a milllion. They used to have this TV show in Coos Bay every Saturday called Brookmead Bid Down. Kids would clip milk carton tops for months to buy things. Sometimes even years. She and her brother had been saving for two years and had over 200 bid down dollars. Tha was enough for most everything on the entire show back in about 1966. The camera gun was the first item up and he bid every dollar right off the bat. She has never forgotten or gotten over that. I told her it was worth it! She hasn't gotten over that either.