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5 thoughts on “Some Thoughts On Vehicle Threats”
- Reader2says:What are they all yelling? Sounded like Metro! Metro!
I can’t believe they’re that proud of their local public transport, but then again, I’m not a well-traveled man and Mexican drug cartels have always been known for their civic pride. You can tell they love their hometowns by how hard they fight to control them.It looks like a threat to me. If the Kill Dozer was a threat, a bunch of dudes in homemade armored trucks with M16s, MGs, armor, and helmets is no joke. Didn’t these guys take on, and beat, a city police department last year in a running gunfight? I saw them using .50s against the city cops. It looked like a very one-sided fight.The fact they can put on this little parade out in the open doesn’t bode well for the Mexican govt.I assume we can expect to be intervening in another Mexican civil war in the not-too-distant future.Reply
- Bonaventuresays:Yet another reason why 50 BMG using AP rounds is your friend.Reply
- Walter Sobchaksays:The one thing I noticed was, as stated in the article, the lack of brush guards. Also, for all the up armoring of the passenger compartment it looks like the grille area is still stock. The radiator is really delicate, and a full power hunting/battle rifle round will go right through that grill, the heat exchangers and do serious, terminal damage to the engine. Shotgun slugs are good for this too. .50 cal ideal. It’s possible there’s some armor behind the grills, but you can only block a radiator so much before you have problems. Kill the cooling system kill the vehicle. After that, apply flammenwerfing as needed. Looks like they really like Ford Super Duties, I’d have figured they would prefer Chebby.Reply