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New shotgun or car stereo?


  • Total voters
    34
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sanjuro

Tube Smuggler
Sep 13, 2004
17,411
0
SF
I only have $350 in the discretionary budget for next month. There was a sale on shotguns at the local sporting goods store, this being my first "home protection" device. But I realize I have been driving around for a year without a car stereo.

What should I get, a new car stereo or a new shotgun.
 

Kanye West

220# bag of hacktastic
Aug 31, 2006
3,460
173
Shotgun. Take shotgun to car window (not yours). Acquire stereo.

Do I need to do all the thinking here??
 

boostindoubles

Nacho Libre
Mar 16, 2004
4,321
1,871
Yakistan
yup keep hunting till you can get both. You just need a radio and one of them fm transmitters for your ipod. = cheap. Then get a shotgun
 

jonKranked

Press Button, Receive Stupid
Nov 10, 2005
59,332
6,987
media blackout
My vote is shotgun. It would provide hours more entertainment. Go to a shooting range and learn to use it properly as well.
 

dan-o

Turbo Monkey
Jun 30, 2004
5,763
2,020
Is a shotgun sufficient for the mean streets of SF? The Feather Boa Strangler might be wearing ceramic armor.
 

TN

Hey baby, want a hot dog?
Jul 9, 2002
14,119
1,304
Jimtown, CO
I've got my eye on this beauty. But not for home protection that is what the DPG is for.
For shooting tasty pheasants & quail.
 
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Spero

ass rainbow
Jul 12, 2005
2,072
0
Tejas
Shotgun lasts a lifetime or more if you take care of it. Stereo...never had one for more than a few years.
 

dan-o

Turbo Monkey
Jun 30, 2004
5,763
2,020
Move into your car. Nothing is more fearsome than a chinaman behind the wheel of an automobile. :monkey:

e: added monkey to avoid boycott of dan-o inc.
 
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Spero

ass rainbow
Jul 12, 2005
2,072
0
Tejas
stop buying cheap radios and theyll last
My issue has been leaving them in the vehicles when I sell rather than removing them and finding the original or a cheap replacement. Plus, by the time I'm done with the car there's a better head unit available. $300 is around what I normally spend.