Scotsman Hosie (03-31-2019)
This one is making its way around the internet. Gun mounts for tractors are actually commonplace, especially when people are working in remote parts of rural land and don't want to wear a holster. But, real or not, this specimen is a beauty.
This viral photo is a great internet pun machine. Some good picks I've seen around:
"Freedom mows no bounds."
"Nothing runs like a terrorist."
"Nothing guns like a Deere."
"Rural assault vehicle."
"Lawn 'n Guardin'."
"John Deere Hunter."
"Get off my lawn!"
Ford Flathead-powered 1970s John Deere lawn tractor
miniature John Deere 9630 plowing snow video
Scotsman Hosie (03-31-2019)
Good for you. Glad that's all you need. Last time I checked however, it was labeled the bill of Rights, not needs. Also, that looks like a 1919, not an assault rifle, can't tell on the carbine or rifle if they are full auto or semi. And last time I checked by definition assault rifle had to have full auto or 3 round burst capability and is a PITA paper work wise and very very expensive to own. A semi auto is not an assault rifle. Unless maybe you consider my 1860 Henry an assault rifle? I imagine those facing it with muzzle loaders thought so.
A photo by itself with no context doesn't mean much. There's no information on where it was taken, or if the firearms are full auto or semi auto. It could very well be a display for laughs at Knob Creek for all we know. That's the thing, we don't know.
As an aside, I was referencing the 1919 for killing squirrels, not the AR or M1.
BTW, I am a vet as well, and know exactly what the purpose of firearms are. Just for the record I don't even own an AR, never a big fan, but that's my Right to own one or not.
Last edited by will52100; 07-28-2017 at 12:45 AM.
Really? Just for your information I don't kill for fun. Coyotes are a nuisance around here, got a habit of eating people's pets and young calves. One or two deer a year is enough to keep my freezer full. And while I haven't hunted squirrel in years, they are tasty.
Sorry I did not intend to trigger the liberal snowflakes, I thought I was talking with people that had a sense of humor. And common sense, but I guess that's becoming a rarity now days. Just go to your safe place and try not to look at the scary pics of the assault mower.
Last I checked here in Texas it was illegal to hunt GAME animals from a vehicle however varmits do not classify as game, Hogs are one exception in many counties due to the feral population of domestic hogs gone wild some counties may even have a bounty on them certain times of the year. Also some counties even allow hog hunting from aircraft.
And forget about those armalite 15's those .223 rounds won't stop most hogs in 1 shot I've even witnessed a large charging boar take 3 rounds from a .243 in the skull before it droped
I don't have a hog problem where I am so I mostly just carry my little snake charmer Rossi .410 when in the fields either on foot or on the tractor
I there were any hogs around here I would most likely have either my Baikal 12 ga double or possibly my Mosburg .270 and even with that I would hope for a chest shot
As far as the picture goes the question would be not why but why not just don't understand the 1919 but it is his not mine
And by the way RA 1971-1977
Never try to tell me it can't be done
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