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  1. #41
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    The DC sniper team used a small car and shooting was done through the trunk with the feet extending into the passenger compartment IIRC. At times in a parking lot with success. A van is certainly not needed or any special sound suppression. The point is to fire just once w/o much indication of what or where just happened.

  2. #42
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    IIRC the DC guys were using a Crown Vic blue I think?....the tag let down or a hole beside it the shooter was a younger person I think....

    to the O.P. thanks now my wife is pissed off I spent part of the night takig/moving seat around her Mini van...This is truly helpful...thanks good work

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    Quote Originally Posted by otto333333 View Post
    IIRC the DC guys were using a Crown Vic blue I think?....the tag let down or a hole beside it the shooter was a younger person I think....

    to the O.P. thanks now my wife is pissed off I spent part of the night takig/moving seat around her Mini van...This is truly helpful...thanks good work
    Naw....you haven't lived until you walk into the house and she hands you a ziplock full of spent brass that she cleaned up out of her SUV. And says "Really?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by SUA SPONTE View Post
    Naw....you haven't lived until you walk into the house and she hands you a ziplock full of spent brass that she cleaned up out of her SUV. And says "Really?"
    Pure awesomeness!
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  5. #45
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    Awesome! Thanks for sharing!

    I wonder if the BATFE would classify this structure as a "supressor"? Does that only apply if it attaches physically to the gun?

  6. #46
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    Maybe if there was a shoestring involved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyirish View Post
    Maybe if there was a shoestring involved.
    Well played sir! :D

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    Found it! The things I remember.... lol.
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  9. #49
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorkface View Post
    Found it! The things I remember.... lol.
    Thanks for bumping this thread. Stuff like this is very relevant given todays circumstances and more so in the future.

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    Well done, again. And thank you.

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