Did I over-accessorize my new lawnmower...?

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Only if you live somewhere without a neighbor closer than 250 miles.
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Well Heck ! I thought I was good to go with a single shot .410 across my lap when I had a ride on mower...... :lol:
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That's as cool as the Black Rifle Coffee Company's machinegun-armed Prius!
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https://youtu.be/BgohwJT_tQg

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I really like this one!

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This one looks dangerous!!!

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Not only is Ginger Billy a mechanical genius....he also devised a way to stop the covid.

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Bill in Oregon wrote:
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That's as cool as the Black Rifle Coffee Company's machinegun-armed Prius!
They could use. Mini gun, but it would drain the battery. :lol:
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If the 7th Cavalry had had just ONE of those, the outcome would have been considerably different I think.
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kaschi wrote:
Sat Jun 18, 2022 10:58 pm
If the 7th Cavalry had had just ONE of those, the outcome would have been considerably different I think.
I have often thought that if a couple a good old boys with M1 Carbines and a couple of cans of ammo each would have made all the difference at the Alamo.
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At the Alamo, no one had any sort of armor or protection. The M1 Carbine had the range to keep Santa Ana's troops at a huge disadvantage. A good rifleman with one, and who is willing to kill an enemy soldier, has used them to good effect more than once. Sure the M1 Garand had more power and better range, but against a flintlock smoothbore with loose tolerances and a poorly trained user, the Carbine should be a big step up in killing ability.
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A couple of those lawn mowers with an alternator capable of running everything, and plenty of ammo, would have made a big difference everywhere back in the 1800s.
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I've often thought a couple dozen Henrys and a wagon load of ammo would have changed the outcome at the Alamo. Burning the defenders bodies was barbaric in my opinion.
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No side guns? :shock:
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Scott Tschirhart wrote:
Sun Jun 19, 2022 8:58 am
kaschi wrote:
Sat Jun 18, 2022 10:58 pm
If the 7th Cavalry had had just ONE of those, the outcome would have been considerably different I think.
I have often thought that if a couple a good old boys with M1 Carbines and a couple of cans of ammo each would have made all the difference at the Alamo.
Yeah, just think what one person with even something like a Ruger 10/22 and a bunch of ammo could have done to make a difference in many military battles much before the 1800's.
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NOPE... :)
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