Back Deck, or Front Porch.....

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Back Deck, or Front Porch.....

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....not sure where to mount this....

https://youtu.be/1PRAjroxlJI

< sigh > yet another GTWBCBIDNIACAIPTD Gun...

(* “Gee that would be cool but I don’t need it and can’t afford it plus the divorce”)

Actually, judging by the video, maybe I need to wait for the new improved model to come out.

Maybe I’ll just assemble a fake one for looks... :twisted:
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Re: Back Deck, or Front Porch.....

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Do both sides, but fixed to where it can only be shot by you in case you can't get to it in time before someone beats ya to it.
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Re: Back Deck, or Front Porch.....

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Well, since it didn't appear to work very well, and since if I wanted one it is probably hugely expensive (and I sure don't have the skills to make one myself), maybe.....

I'll just make two mock-ups that look like that, and position them outside the moat and drawbridge, where the bad-guys would see them and be tempted to take them and turn them against the castle, but make sure their location is easy to hit from the shooting-portals in the fighting towers inside the castle walls....

Oh wait, the bourbon just wore off; I forgot I don't have a castle and all that. Don't even have a front porch, but I do have a 'deck' to the side (or at least the foundation posts and girts are up, and joists soon)... :D
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Re: Back Deck, or Front Porch.....

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That would be just the thing to repel boarders from the upstairs windows! 8)

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Maybe I’ll just assemble a fake one for looks...
Now You're Talking. A BIG AMP and some great GE sound effects, and maybe a laser show of dust bursts would deter....... nah, can't fix stupid that easy.....
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Not exactly an MG 42, but it does look like fun.
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Re: Back Deck, or Front Porch.....

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Our Marines could have used something like that during the jungle island campaigns in ww2 for those nips....from what I read the Winchester trench guns worked pretty well with shotgun ammo designed for small game.

A box of 25 rds of ww2 issue full brass 12 gauge OO BUCKSHOT for hunting "small game". :D yea..those nips were little.--6

Probably to get around the Geneva Convention rules. :D

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