If cocaine is God’s way of telling you you’re making too much money, gun-laden off-roaders are, well, you get the idea. Here are some examples from the NRA Annual Meetings’ show floor, and one that better typifies some of the main audience’s transportation needs.

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14 Responses to Vehicles of the NRA Annual Meetings: Just Thought I’d Leave This Here

  1. Nice shot of the restrooms there. :p

    That said I’d also be into seeing something belt fed mounted to that guy’s scooter. XD

  2. And for each of these vehicles, in the minds of every designer;
    “Now THIS ain’t nevuh been dun befoa!”

  3. My wants are simple.

    A Hughes 500 with a mini-gun and a door gunner.

    Hey, Serge, know anyone who wants a part-time job as a door gunner? There’s only one harness in the back, so if anyone ‘accidentally’ falls out during a hard bank, oh well…

    • I heard they built that truck for the sole purpose of driving SA executives and their padded knee boards up to the IL statehouse. Too bad the door is open or you could read the full revision “destroy your legacy”.

  4. Ahhh yes…Farago is still littering his editorials with talk of cocaine. That’s been going on since the 10 minute podcasts at Jalopnik with Mike Spinelli. Might be time to think about stepping it up a notch and growing out of that.

  5. A $60,000 bugout truck that says “undercover” on the side…… not foolin’ any post apocalypse zombie hybrids there buddy.

  6. Not sure about Nashville, but I know in other cities teamsters charge an arm and a leg just to move a vehicle onto the show floor.

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