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Discussion in 'OFF-Topic / Misc.' started by Soren, Jun 20, 2009.
Oh hell yeah!
Check this out
Same gun I believe because the caption says its the only privately owned T8. I wonder what the paper work for that is like?
Note this instances in the video I linked:
Time: 1:05 min (HE shell vs ?)
Time: 3:21 min (AP shell vs armour plate)
Pretty cool, but I don't think the missus would like that too much if I parked that in the garage.
To cool,expensive toys for rich boys.
The perfect home accesory for those with pesky neighbors.
As totally cool as that is, I'm thinking it wouldn't work out too well for a concealed weapons permit...
But man, talk about stress relief after work!
Bet he doesnt' have to worry 'bout kids on his lawn...
Would certainly bring a new meaning to road rage Not sure I have space in my garage though.
Cool toy. I wonder how much each shot costs since they cant hit s**t with it.
That's what I was wondering Thor.
Looks cool, might have trouble finding a spot for it in the garage though.
Someone on the replies listed $375-$1200 a shell;regular projectile--AP projectile maybe??
$375-$1200 per shell and they were just blasting away........at dirt! hmmmmm More money than brains?
I read in one of the other replies that the gun was for sale.
They might be growing some brains after all.
Yeah, it is apparently for sale. Asking price of around $100,000 if I watched it right.
Some of the gun forums I belong too that is not going to be a bad price esp. when you look at the price of an FG 42.Brains? ahh when you can afford that money must become side issue really.I just wish I could afford a cheap FA for what spent on my shop I could of bought 2x M2 carbines advertised out of FL , at least one.Kevin
I wish they'd restore or reproduce just a few old cannons for testing an demonstrations as they do with a/c, could be VERY interesting Think about a fully functioning EightyEight doing modern day demonstrations, oh yeah! Beats having to look at HC charges trying simulate an 88mm impact :/
OMG....and I thought my hobbies were expensive.