Gun Slots?!? :hmmmm:

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    Gun Slots?!? :hmmmm:

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    I began manufacturing some faux gun slots for my Rat Rod Winnie (you'll soon realize that I have far too many tools and toys and far too much time to play with them)...

    But I began to wonder... Are gun slots actually available for private sale somewhere out there?!? I Googled, but to no avail.

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    I have no idea what you're asking....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xader View Post
    I have no idea what you're asking....
    I concur, a slightly better description of what you are asking might be a good idea.
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    http://www.featurepics.com/online/Gu...ar-932929.aspx

    Armored vehicles have gun slots enabling the guards to fire a handgun or rifle from inside of the vehicle.

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    I was confused when I read this at first. I thought you may have meant gun ports but wasn't sure.

    Gun ports would be pretty useless unless you are planning on adding ballistic glass and panels. And if you do add those items then you have a bullet resistant vehicle and can just drive away.

    If your just going for the look I'd say your faux gun ports are a cheaper option.
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    Ports. I don't know why I was calling them slots.

    If I can get my iphone to connect my computer I'll be sure to upload a few pics of the ports and the Rat Rod Winnie (custom 74 Winnebago)

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