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    I have a pineapple grenade that I have been going to make as my shift knob for the Suburban.

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    Neat!

    You think that would go well in my little 1991 Honda CRX Si? Hehe.

    Though, I don't own a wheelgun, so it's not exactly my style, but I'm not complaining!
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    I imagine these would do wonders for those that occasionally cross the border into Canada :shock:

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    M1Gunr wrote:
    I have a pineapple grenade that I have been going to make as my shift knob for the Suburban.
    Well, it was nice knowing you. Good luck with the federal destructive devicecharge.

    Unless what you mean is that you have an old inert one, just a shell really.
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    Kinda cool and slightly tempting although I'm not sure that I want to advertise my interest in firearms to someone looking in the windows of my vehicle.
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    deepdiver wrote:
    Kinda cool and slightly tempting although I'm not sure that I want to advertise my interest in firearms to someone looking in the windows of my vehicle.
    Be great in your hunting vehicle.

    Schucks has them, the Shelton Schucks even has one in stock.

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    My hood ornament is a pineapple grenade. I'll post a pic when I get back home from North Dakota.

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    badger wrote:
    My hood ornament is a pineapple grenade. I'll post a pic when I get back home from North Dakota.

    -Badger
    Picked mine up yesterday in Shelton. They also had a chromed grenade. Oh yeah and they will work autos with floor shifter too. Mine is going on my quad Hi/Low/ Reverse shifter lever.

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    just_a_car wrote:
    Neat!

    You think that would go well in my little 1991 Honda CRX Si? Hehe.

    Though, I don't own a wheelgun, so it's not exactly my style, but I'm not complaining!

    Na wouldnt go well in a crx, but the crx would go well in my garage give it up! (Ive had 3 of them, 2 turbo'd and 1 with b18 swap) Anyone watch HorsePower Tv where they put a blank shooting revolver in for a shift knob? full size just welded the barrel shut and welded the barrel to the shifter.

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    Here's some pics of my grenade hood ornament and the rest of my rig.

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    Hood
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    The whole enchilada!
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    Metal_Monkey wrote:
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    The whole enchilada!
    So do you take the kids to soccer practice in that?
    I mounted the revolver cylinder on my quad the other day. I'll sneak down and shoot a picture or two.

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    Metal_Monkey wrote:
    So do you take the kids to soccer practice in that?
    It's our only family vehicle. Mrs Badger loves the looks she gets when driving it around Kirkland by herself and with our daughter. Nobody messes with her, lol.

    Can't wait to see pics of yours Bear. I enjoy all the comments I get from passers by. I'm hooking up a PA speaker under the hood to my CB this week. Also trying to find a decent "Ooga" horn, the Wolo brand one I bought at Shucks was a POS. It sounded like a dying pneumatic drill.

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    This one of thw shifter with the tank bag on the quad.



    With the bags removed.



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    Very nice Bear. I just found a S&W loaded cylinder trailer hitch cover. Unfortunately I don't have a trailer hitch on m van, lol.

    -Badger
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    badger wrote:
    Very nice Bear. I just found a S&W loaded cylinder trailer hitch cover. Unfortunately I don't have a trailer hitch on m van, lol.

    -Badger
    I have recieverhitches on both trucks, one car and both quads. So where did you find this cover?

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    I saw them at the Sportsmans Warehouse down in Lacey. Haven't checked the S&W website.
    1911 before dialing 911.

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    badger wrote:
    I saw them at the Sportsmans Warehouse down in Lacey. Haven't checked the S&W website.
    That's like next door and I will be going by there twice tomorrow. I think I'll leave early and hit the Warehouse.

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