Hidden in plain sight, the ultimate carjacker medicine.

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    Hidden in plain sight, the ultimate carjacker medicine.

    Sent to me by a friend of my that travels alot.
    He calls it the "Carjacker Special". Its looks like it ought to be quick and handy.
    It ought to work too.





    What do y'all think about that?
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    That's awesome! Someone might want to steal that though… might have the munchies! Maybe put a concealable in a tampax box?
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    Is that his special license for the AOW or whatever it is in the lid? Looks very effective, but my wrist hurts thinking about it.
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    Yeah Rock and Glock, the tax stamp is on the inside of the lid.

    The box says...


    "The sauce always justifies the means". Quite fitting actually.

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    Neat idea and major cool sawed-off shottie, but it also appears to be "Federal Prison Medicine" as well since its barrel and overall length are far shorter the fed's "legal" requirements

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eaglebeak View Post
    Neat idea and major cool sawed-off shottie, but it also appears to be "Federal Prison Medicine" as well since its barrel and overall length are far below the fed's "legal" requirements
    It's a "Serbu Super Shorty" I believe. He has the paper work for the tax stamp, so he is legal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eaglebeak View Post
    Neat idea and major cool sawed-off shottie, but it also appears to be "Federal Prison Medicine" as well since its barrel and overall length are far below the fed's "legal" requirements
    Negative.
    Actually, as long as there is a tax stamp paid on it,it is quite legal. In fact, since this is classes as an "AOW" its only a 5$ tax stamp.
    It's on the inside of the box top for those that are unaware of such things.

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    Not a Serbu Shorty, this one was made by Safety Harbor Firearms in Florida. They are quite alike though.
    I would rather stand against the cannons of the wicked than against the prayers of the righteous.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    Not a Serbu Shorty, this one was made by Safety Harbor Firearms in Florida. They are quite alike though.
    I stand corrected.. They sure do look similar tho!

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    The food police Center for Science in the Public Interest and one of the Whitehouse residents claim pizza is lethal and in this case may be true for a carjacker.
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    Well, I like the idea more after my pathetic ignorance has been healed - but I'm still terribly concerned that some local "Barney Fife" and "Judge Judy" in Bumpoke, Arkansas would have my backsides rotting in jail with a half-million bond amount if such was discovered in a pizza box during a vehicle search after I was clocked at 35.03mph in a 35mph zone by Barney's radar

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    I think it's a cool idea, but only if you are driving to a place where you are going to be taking it out of the car once you reach your destination.

    Often times cars that are robbed by means other than "Smash and Grab" are ransacked in a somewhat meticulous manner and things get shifted around. I would think a meticulous thief might notice the weight and check it out. It may make you more of a target for a smash and grab if some degenerate hopped on drugs gets hungry. When I lived in Baltimore I heard news of smash and grabs where cheese burgers or other low cost items were taken.

    I usually just resort to stashing my glock inside of the seat where it can not be seen. It most likely wouldn't be found unless A.) The person stealing it knew me, or B.) It was a LEO doing a very thorough search ,which would never happen due to the fact I'd inform the LEO of the location of my piece.

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    LOL... I hope this is a joke... You have any idea what it would be like to fire that thing inside a vehical?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Secret Spuk View Post
    LOL... I hope this is a joke... You have any idea what it would be like to fire that thing inside a vehical?
    I wouldn't practice doing that unless my ears were plastered shut. But if I had to use it, I would put up with the ringing.

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