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post #1 of 7 Old 03-14-2017, 02:51 PM Thread Starter
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Ford Raptor vs. .50 cal

Firstly...there is nothing to note about this really... this is one of those posts because why not. Who doesn't like guns? We all like Raptors... put em together

Skip to 6:45 to see the Raptor.

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It hurt a little inside that he shot the Raptor. Is it okay to be feeling this way?

Now he should try it on this raptor:

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A part of me did cringe a little the first time haha! Would have liked to see some demonstrations on that tank though!
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Love watching this stuff! Doesn't really make me cringe or anything, but it is really cool. Shots at that bulletproof Raptor would have been a lot cooler but nonetheless, it's alright. Imagine being in this guys position

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Id like to hear that phone call to his insurance company, "um hello, I have a chip in my windshield that needs repaired"
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Id like to hear that phone call to his insurance company, "um hello, I have a chip in my windshield that needs repaired"
I bet there are special insurance plans for this sort of stuff but at the same time the people paying to have armoring upgrades done have CASH, so they might not even go through insurance. Armoring can double the original cost of the car (to build)
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Depending on which vehicle it is and the extent they're going with, it could more than triple the price of the original cost of the vehicle. This stuff isn't cheap, when you gotta keep your life safe, can you really put a price on that?
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