It's fun to watch again and again and again....... especially on a bad day.
I have honestly watched that at least a dozen times already. Actually, only up to the end of the guitar solo.
Nice. I posted that a while ago and it is Metallica.
They apparently sell miniguns to the public (well, they used to.) I saw one on the net for a half million dollars. I'm not sure if you have to have certification for it.
Killer KyleThey apparently sell miniguns to the public (well, they used to.) I saw one on the net for a half million dollars. I'm not sure if you have to have certification for it.
Where the hell did you see that? I seriously doubt miniguns are sold to the public.
There was one on Impact Guns.com. It may have been someone selling one. I found another site selling miniguns for much less, but you have to have a Class 3 dealer license to get one.
The two guns I want most, though, are the FN-P90 and M1A1 Garand. The P90 is a Class 3 as well, but there is a civillian semi-auto version (FN-PS90)
$65,000 for a Complete Minigun Package.
/beef sells the Supra and takes a loan out.
THIS GUN CANNOT BE SOLD TO THE CIVILIAN MARKET.
Yes, you can buy them. You have a license so strict your record must be clean to get it. And then you have to have the hundreds of thousands of dollars to spend on the gun.
Not to mention the cost of ammo. Heh.
Killer, there is no such thing as the M1A1 Garand. There is the M1 Garand rifle, the M1A, the civilian M14, and the M1A1 Garand carbine, but no M1A1 Garand.
You also can't buy the P90. The civilian version is called the PS90. As you can see, they have a few substancial differences:
Well, you know what I'm talking about. I guess I got the numbers mixed up.
I know about the PS-90. I think M1s are civilian-legal since they're only semi-auto.
My brother wants an Barrret .50 cal Semi-Auto (M81) (for obvious reasons) (the same one in your sig actually). I think they are civilian legal except in California.
And it does "body pop." On a show about it, some guy said he's seen it or said someone's seen it split a man in half. I wouldn't doubt it.
M1s are legal, as are the carbines. I've never shot a Garand, but if they're anything like the M1A (which they should be, as the M14 is essentially a souped-up Garand) you'll have fun with it.
Barretts are legal across the US except in California. When Cali banned the private ownership of those types of rifles, Barrett along with many other manufacturers of .50 caliber rifles boycotted the sale of their toys to California law enforcement.
No wonder L.A. has so much crime.