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Old 05-12-06, 09:36 PM   #1
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anyone carry a bazooka?

I have a large bazooka and carry it whenever I leave the house, except when I go ride my bike. I have decided to start carrying when I ride my bike too. Anyone here carry when they ride? how do you carry? Fanny pack?
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Old 05-13-06, 12:36 AM   #2
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Which terrorist group you belong to?
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I do! My favorite! And they still have the comic strip, too! I carry it in my seat bag so if I get a flat I just chew and chew and chew. Makes a very handy emergency patch! If, of course, you don't mind pink.
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Old 05-13-06, 05:42 AM   #8
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It mounts on my handlebar.
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Old 05-13-06, 10:17 AM   #11
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I have carried a sling-shot on a few rides, never needed it and now leave it at home
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why yes, i do carry a bazooka; but more specifically, a *double* bazooka:

http://www.hamuniverse.com/bazooka.html
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I know this is just a stupid joke thread, but I am curious; does anybody here besides me actually know the process legaly required in the US to obtain a bazooka and rockets to go with it?
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OMG TERRORIST!
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OMG! Ignoramous! A legaly registered RPG in the US has never been used by a terrorist, or any other criminal.
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The disposable launchers are the best. Fire it and drop the tube.
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I would prefer a SMAW.
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I like mortars better ... right throuhg the sunroof
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I have a large bazooka and carry it whenever I leave the house, except when I go ride my bike. I have decided to start carrying when I ride my bike too. Anyone here carry when they ride? how do you carry? Fanny pack?
I prefer a flamethrower. That way if I get hungry on my ride I can always stop for a roadkill barbecue. The ground hogs are especially tender this spring.
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This is hilarious! I've been hoping for so long that the "does anyone carry a gun" thread would just die!

Bazookas are cumbersome and unwieldy. As an alternative, I've been attempting to mount Python IV with a helmet mounted cueing system...but every time I rig it up, the extra 350 lbs for missile and launch equipment crunches another frame. What gives?

If a guy wants high off boresite missile capability to defend against SUVs, it shouldn't be this hard!
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This is hilarious! I've been hoping for so long that the "does anyone carry a gun" thread would just die!
Haha yes, finally, someone gets it!
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A friend of mine wants to mount a SAM launcher to the front of his sail boat. He figures the heat seaking missles should keep jet skis far far away.
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A friend of mine wants to mount a SAM launcher to the front of his sail boat. He figures the heat seaking missles should keep jet skis far far away.
It's been my dream to develop a mini SAM launcher that attaches to your bike helmet. If I didn't keep spending all my money on bike stuff, I could've developed it by now.
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Oh God YES! I need a bazooka because I'm such a pansy-weenie that I pee my pants whenever a cloud darkens my path.
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