Home News Weekend Photo Caption Contest News Weekend Photo Caption Contest By Dan Zimmerman - April 17, 2015 46 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Kentucky AG: Cities Can’t Prevent Employees From Carrying Firearms on the Job WATCH: ‘The View’ Guest Host Sherri Shepherd Explains Why She’s a First-Time Gun Owner 3D Printing Pioneer Jstark Dies Under Suspicious Circumstances 46 COMMENTS Okay Alessio… We’re going to make Swiss cheese out of those tailgaters with this upgrade… Reply Trike Wars: Lonely Guy in the Back Edition Reply The daily terror of being chased down the road by the neighborhood schnauzers had finally driven Hans and Deeter to the brink. This time would be different. This time… they would be ready. Reply Before the NFA options for bikes were more……creative! Reply Early GE researchers prototype the first pedal-powered Minigun. Delivering a scorching 189 rounds/minute firing rate, the “Velocicannon” was plagued with difficulties, including the fatigue issues associated with keeping a crewman peddling continuously to achieve high rates of fire. Reply Sup ladies? Reply “I don’t know, Yan, it sounds kind of stupid.” “Well think about, though; you see with the havoc our advanced knife technology has unleashed on law enforcement, eventually they will NEED these to keep the peace!” Reply Kid: “Grandpa, what kind of military vehicle did you drive during the war??” Grandpa: “I don’t want to talk about it” Reply Mad max circa 1919 Reply “The original crotch rocket” Reply Chain-drive, belt-fed — never let that chain touch that belt. Don’t cross the streams! Reply That’s right keep riding my a$$…….. Reply Schwinn’s first venture into the military market. Reply Great! Now all the Harley guys are going to want machine guns on their bikes. As if they didn’t make enough noise already… Reply “It’s belt driven.” “The gun or the bike?” “Why both of course” Reply Yes, I know what having the right side of your hat curled up means, but as you can see my Maxim rides on the left side of this HOG…… So don’t even think about putting your arms around me. Reply Keep honking, I’m reloading. Reply Winner! Reply I’m a cowboy. On a steel horse I ride. Reply In the rear with the….well….. Reply Putt putt putt pew pew pew putt putt putt…. Reply The new Mobile Remington Universal Fitment Unit Customer Traumaphier! We’re here to fix your triggers with our awesome mr-u-fuct, line starts here. Reply “Man, this just sucks on so many levels. I applied to the tank corps, and this is what I get? One hitch and I’m so outta here.” Reply Welcome to the 12er regt d’Chasseurs. We ditched the horses and now we can shoot while retreating rapidement. Reply Uh…yeah….who ordered the machinegun….and by the way we made it within 30 minutes so you gotta pay regular price. Reply Early catalytic converters were a military technology for using the lead in gasoline to encourage back-firing. Reply Git your hand away from my butt, or off you go! Reply The Rough Riders tried mounting one on a horse first. Reply Yeah. Rube Goldberg built it for me. Reply Bob Hope and Bing Crosby in, “The Road to Gallipoli”. Reply Hell or High Water we’re getting our Fosters & Vegemite. God save the Queens. Reply Harley Davidson’s attempt to create a modern “pony express.” Reply No officer, that is not a gun. It is an afterburner. Reply Redneck NOS system. Reply The new big wheel, for adults. Reply Early attempt at improving the nascent pony express. Reply When interviewed, the driver of this marvel, Alex Putnam was adamant to explain that Austrailian engineering had to overcome the fact they are from Down Under. “The rest of the world is keen on reverse engineering, but we have to deal with upside down engeneering. As silly as this thing looks, this design actually succeeds in keeping our projectiles from falling off the earth.” Operator Niles Isselrod concurred, “It really works mate” Reply Good one! Reply I swear Rodger, the French will buy these up by the hundreds, they can fight and retreat at the same time! We will be rich I tell ya! Reply Rare 1940’s photo of the British motorcycle gang: Hell’s Butlers. Reply Funny! Reply Notes from a small military Reply This “milk toast” photo should challenge TTAG’s readers to find anything but pathos! Reply Helmut Schindel 6 time Tour De France winner(1939-1945) Reply this is what really happened to Lance Armstrongs left testicle Reply Dude, we lost the tailgunner on that last flanking maneuver! Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.