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Cars = Guns

This is a discussion on Cars = Guns within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Originally Posted by 0.02 I agree with the Hyundai/Taurus comparison. Hyundai make a car that looks just like a Jaguar, had me fooled first one ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0.02 View Post
    I agree with the Hyundai/Taurus comparison. Hyundai make a car that looks just like a Jaguar, had me fooled first one I saw.

    I was thinking the HKs are like Lincoln pickup trucks. More money, less of them, no tangible gain.

    Walthers are like Jaguars, an exotic foreign piece on the outside, but basically a Smith/Ford.

    STIs are Dodge Vipers.
    Those are some good ones, I like your HK one. Walthers are like Jags as you said, plus they go to the shop a lot.
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    Glocks-> 4WD F150. Very popular, you see them everywhere, not that pretty, but they go anywhere.

    Desert Eagle-> Hummer (civilian). Huge, overkill, showy, can't hide them anywhere. (Although I do know a guy who carried one concealed (SOB) for a while)

    Ruger/Taurus-> Ford Taurus. Full size, not flashy, found everywhere, and pretty reliable.

    S&W-> Merc Sable. A step up from a Ruger/Taurus.

    HiPoint/Jennings/Raven/Davis-> A very old, rusty, barely running car. Will probably get you through your commute, but you aren't sure how much longer it will hold up.

    Fun topic. Good idea.
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    Glocks:

    Cummins Diesel with an Allison transmission. Loud belching ugly smoking beasts that'll last 300,000 to 400,000 miles with care.

    AK's:

    Cummins Diesel with an Allison transmission. Loud belching ugly smoking beasts that'll last 300,000 to 400,000 miles with care.

    Got some of all three.......


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    A Glock is a Subaru. Maybe a good solid gun, but I don't want one.

    XD A 1979 Ford pick up Takes a beating and is worth every penny

    A Gold Cup I would say is a '71 Mustang Mach 1.

    Never fired a Sig so any answer would be kinda ish
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