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Ron Altier

So you think you have a big gun

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One tough dude...No recoil pad either:P

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no parachute either...

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The barrell dia is about the same as the small grenade launchers we used. One shot and the recoil would put him in the next county

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That, and assuming he hit the deer, wouldn't be enough left to make a bowl of chili.

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14 minutes ago, Ron Altier said:

about the same as the small grenade launchers we used

the 79's and 203's don't have much recoil...

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He might be protecting his land, and doesn't want any proof left when he spots those darned poachers. :blink:

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3 hours ago, Larry Buskirk said:

He might be protecting his land, and doesn't want any proof left when he spots those darned poachers. :blink:

 

He won't have to defend his actions because the recoil will probably do him in.

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2 hours ago, Fred W. Hargis Jr said:

That's not a big gun; this is (the A10 cannon):

:ChinScratch:Looks more like a Gatling Canon, I wouldn't want to be the receiving end of that!:CoveringEyes:

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11 minutes ago, Larry Buskirk said:

:ChinScratch:Looks more like a Gatling Canon, I wouldn't want to be the receiving end of that!:CoveringEyes:

It is. It can plow a 40 acre field in nothing flat. 

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32 minutes ago, Gene Howe said:

It is. It can plow a 40 acre field in nothing flat. 

I can believe that!:blink:

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1 hour ago, Artie said:

Love that Warthog!

Apparently, the troops love it, too. The Pentagon has tried to phase it out a few times and never succeeded. 

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1 hour ago, Artie said:

Love that Warthog!

that's putting it mildly...

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Yowza!

If the looks alone doesn't scare them, they're just plain STUPID!!!

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12 minutes ago, Larry Buskirk said:

Yowza!

If the looks alone doesn't scare them, they're just plain STUPID!!!

scared us and we wern't the ones getting shot at...

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