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Dude, you'll poke your eye out with that thing.

Also, I thought your Bullitt was (is) green.

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PX said:
Dude, you'll poke your eye out with that thing.

Also, I thought your Bullitt was (is) green.

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As soon as I win the lottery I am going to buy a black one for my Death Race Bullitt project. :nerd: I wouldn't do that to a HG Bullitt. :wink:
 

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DavidMidgley said:
One on each side where the fog lamp goes???
Only on one side in the front (fog lamps) and one side in the back (exhaust ports since it will have side pipes). I have to leave room for the rocket launchers. :nerd:
 

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Nice, thanks Chris.

Makes me want to see the real death race again. :)
 

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The other exhaust tip is for your flame thrower?

No, the flame thrower goes in place of the faux gas cap. :nerd:
 

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Yes they're nice! We had the GAU-2B's in my day in the Corps.

But as cool as they are the problem is this ain't Hollywood. So with a weapon that fires between 3000 & 6000 Rounds Per/Min like this – even bolted to a Huey (UH1N) Helicopter will be limited to a certain amount of rounds they can carry. In our case our birds could only carry enough ammo for between one & two minutes firing time. Oh sure you could carry more but there was a severe weight penalty that affected the amount of cargo/fuel/passengers you could carry.

So with that in mind, the question is – how much Ammo can we actually carry in our Bullitts.
 

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Bret08 said:
Yes they're nice! We had the GAU-2B's in my day in the Corps.

But as cool as they are the problem is this ain't Hollywood. So with a weapon that fires between 3000 & 6000 Rounds Per/Min like this – even bolted to a Huey (UH1N) Helicopter will be limited to a certain amount of rounds they can carry. In our case our birds could only carry enough ammo for between one & two minutes firing time. Oh sure you could carry more but there was a severe weight penalty that affected the amount of cargo/fuel/passengers you could carry.

So with that in mind, the question is – how much Ammo can we actually carry in our Bullitts.

Good point. I need a particle weapon! :nerd:
 

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BiteTheBullitt0793 said:
why not just opt for the 50 mm phalanx???
Too big. BTW if you are referring to the Phalanx used on Navy ships, they use 20mm rounds (I used to work on them). They also go through too much ammo too quickly, and I just don't have that kind of money! :nerd:
 

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ken,
yes i was reffering to the navy ship phalanx guns, and i stand corrected. thanks for posting the actual mm size. they must have been really something to see in action! i had a cousin who was in the gulf in 89, and he had the phalanx guns on his ship. that's how i knew about them.
 

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BiteTheBullitt0793 said:
ken,
yes i was reffering to the navy ship phalanx guns, and i stand corrected. thanks for posting the actual mm size. they must have been really something to see in action! i had a cousin who was in the gulf in 89, and he had the phalanx guns on his ship. that's how i knew about them.
Yes, they were very cool to watch and hear. Many hours of preparation for 30 seconds of fireworks! (almost like a date) :wink:
 
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