Ammo on The Dashboard

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    I just keep one of these in the passenger seat. (don't click if you're squeamish!)

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    Not really, but I'll bet it'd keep the car safe. Why? Nobody could get through the cordon of police...

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    I wonder how far you would get if you tied that under you're car and started driving down the road
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    What's his reasoning for thinking it will deter a break-in?

    "Uh oh, I see bullets. That means his alarm system is hooked up to a gun that will shoot me if I attempt a break-in."
    It is utterly illogical to believe that passing laws to reduce gun violence will be successful when those who are commiting the gun violence do not obey the law.

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    Ammo on The Dashboard
    How about some bumper stickers instead? "driver only carries $20 worth of ammunition", "protected by S&W", etc...... Ammo on the dashboard (billboard) just don't make a whole lot of sense in a lot of ways.

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    Has your friend priced 357 mag ammo lately. Might be worth more than his stereo or anything else in the car.

    Could also tell the BG to hang out and follow him home. Where there is one there may be more. That or break in and check the registration for the home address and head over there to see what else he can get.

    But hey, I'll bet that since his car hasn't been broken in to he believes that this method is the way to go right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gold40 View Post

    Opinions?
    Well, since you asked....... Not bright at all.

    P.S. That's the toned down version of my response.....

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    Why not a disembodied head? Definitely a better deterrent.
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    "One friend intentionally leaves a box of .357 Winchesters on the dashboard of his car. His belief is that it will deter a would-be their from messing with his car when parked in public areas."

    My belief is that it would encourage the burglary of his vehicle.
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    Ammo on The Dashboard

    Just as effective and less expensive than a big neon sign on the roof that says 'Rob me - good stuff inside'.
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    That ammo alone without a gun can get you a ticket if you drive through a designated game land here out of the deer season.

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    Sounds like a unwise decision too me.

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