Discussion in 'Hunting Pictures' started by Macs B, Aug 25, 2009.
My family, mates and I have a lot of fun hunting in my 1952 Willys CJ3 'up-bush'. Been through some real rough country too but haven't been stuck...Yet!
@Aussie Nice piece of kit, mate.
Thanks ZG47, I also have this 1961 Willys truck. My old bush mate and I intend driving it 650Mile west to the Nullarbor Plain to hunt camels this coming July. It's not the best camo colour but once we have found them we will be after them on foot.
Mine is a Jeep also ;-)
I really like the basketball goal attached to the jeep as well.
A 4WD with a proper external roll cage! Cool. We had a Navy dive team based in our city, in the 1970s (and possibly into the early 1980s) before the cops had some of their own guys trained up by the Navy. The Navy team drove around in an immaculate dark blue Toyota FJ55 with black external roll cage. Thanks for sharing.
Never know when you might be able to practice
I am sure that it will also serve as added protection, since it is attached to the frame at the back, but not sure about the front as it is attached to the windshield hinges in front. The manufacturer states it is not a roll cage.
I see what you mean. I viewed it on my iPad and did not bother to zoom in on the front of the vehicle.
I just bought Jeep Grand Cherokee -93 because my Mercedes G Wagen needs its 35 year mainetance. End of the month I will go to Russia to test my carelian bearhound with bear so we will see is it worth of nothing (The Jeep not a dog). roads are in very bad shape there in springs when all the snow melting down. General rasputitza they call it
Im a bit late replying... but...
I am pretty certain that is a Dillon Aero M134 Minigun...
Shoots 7.62x51 (.308) at a rate of 6000 rounds per minute...
they are INCREDIBLY fun to fire
Depends where I am travelling to, I tend not to hunt out of a vehicle, much at all, just use them to get into the right country....
I call her the goat, 4.7 L , locked chevy one ton diffs, M101 military trailer & and a roof top tent.
I gave up my truck a few years ago after I hurt my back - I couldn't step up into it very well and still wouldn't be able to. Currently I have a Ford Escape small SUV.
If something is under 250 pounds life weight, it will fit on a tarp in the back seat. If an animal is over 150 pounds, I'm not getting it in my myself anyway. My help will have a truck and they'll haul it home for me.
Those military trailers are nice. My son just got one, I forget the number designation but it had the desired features such as standard 8 bolt wheel pattern and reduced intrusion wheel wells so that a sheet of plywood fits flat in the bed. It will hold a tent, sleeping bags, etc, but he'd really prefer that I drive our 33' motorhome up into the woods to reduce the rustic element of the hunting trips.
@Ray B I suggest that you ask him, with appropriate audience at hand, if that means he intends to set up his computer / game boy in the motor home and hunt via a gun-equipped airborne drone!
Just came back from Russia and Jeep survived trip well. Last 40km of trip there is only wheeltracks in the snow. (no winter mainetance for road)
also the dog gets bear hounding diplom with best points of the group.
On her way into the Kasonso Busanga.
hmmmm our kids must be related ...as we say up here who is your milk man?
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