Home - by BigFurHat - January 11, 2013 - 00:55 America/New_York - 20 Comments
In 1960 you could buy this. I don’t recall any major crimes committed with it.
January 11th, 2013
In 1960 there weren’t 10 million aspie neckbeards high on prozac fantasizing about mass murder.
Yeah, but did it have ‘a shoulder thing that goes up?’
Fckn-A! 20mm, that’s just 4mm shy of an inch. OUCH!
I need one for those pesky “squirrels”.
I hope there are still some of these puppies out there still in good working order. Yep, I hope they still have a goodly supply of cartridges as well.
oops, 5.4mm shy of an inch. damn keyboard
Stranded in Sonoma
A 20mm rifle for under $200! Of course, if you want an anti-tank weapon…
Shiite from Shinola
Sold by a company located on Hollywood Blvd.
In the pre-libfaggot days. Gay still meant happy.
If you want to know what the kick is like, just stand behind a mule and poke it in the ass with a sharp stick.
Two Legged Blue Eyed Cracker
What is interesting is the 2012 $ price tag of around $1200.
Sell an old pick up and create triple-interlocking fire with three 20mm and a case of ammo.
Please visit the ranch to pick up our “clips”.
I’m old enough to remember these ads. Mostly WWII small arms. Mausers, Lugers, Walthers,etc. They had a special on Italian Carcano carbines, scope included…
That could take out a DHS Hummer full of Obama Brown-Shirts in one shot.
J Frank Parnell
It was in the book Unintended Consequences. Turned his own projectiles on a lathe IIRC.
I think we all remember where we were when we heard that JFK’s limo was blown up by a Nazi 20mm anti-tank rifle.
It probably would not destroy the tank, rather it would damage key areas, i.e. turret ring, track links, etc. A well placed shot could disable the tank and get the crew out where they could be dispatched easily. Ask any Eastern Front veteran.
“In 1960 there weren’t 10 million aspie neckbeards high on prozac fantasizing about mass murder.”
That is awesome! I am so stealing that.
How come Fort Hood is never brought up?
J Frank Parnell: Check out the prices for a used “Unintended Consequences” hardback on eBay or Amazon. They’re going for over $200!
Didn’t “Thunder Bolt and Lightfoot” use one of those on an armored car. That didn’t cause a bunch of thugs to go out and rob an armored car. MMMM what has changed since the 60′s. A lot.
TJSNRWC: Yes, Clint Eastwood and George Kennedy used a similar anti-tank weapon to blow open a depository vault in that movie.
I’ve used this same graphic, along with other mail-order ads from the early 60s offering M-1 Carbines for less than $100 , to demonstrate the very point made here. Guns are FAR less available now then they were before 1968, but the near-weekly massacres of our time were virtually unknown in American society then.
Man, that would look cool hanging next to my hydrogen bomb … oh, I didn’t write that out loud, did I?
One Notch Above a Congresscritter
Be a little tough to walk in a theater with one of those bad boys under your coat.
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