Weekend Edition Last Call – A 21 Window VW Type 2… At a Gun Show!

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We received this tip from Todd (Thanks Man!) and I really have no additional words for it. This was at the 2013 SHOT Show in Las Vegas that just closed today. It is a VW Type 2 Van with a couple of really neat accessories. Make the jump to see the rest of the photos…

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Magpul Industries was founded in 1999 by a former U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant, with the intent of developing a simple device to aid in the manipulation of rifle magazines while reloading under stress. The company’s name comes from this original product called the Magpul®. This company is based in Boulder Colorado. The company primarily manufactures Rifle Sights, Buttstocks, Rifle Grips, Ammunition Magazines, and other accessories for Military Style Handguns, Rifles, and Shot Guns.

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This Show Van has a lot of little things that are quite questionable, like the Persian Style Rugs that carry the “Made in Afghanistan” label.

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Or the Medical Marijuana Kit…

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There is no mention as to what type of firearm this van is carrying, so any guesses then? So what do you think about this particular VW Type 2?

Photos Courtesy of Guns.Com

19 Comments

    1. Concur. Rotary "gatling" gun, also known as a "minigun". Hope they have a bigger box for the range, it'll eat the contents of that little one in less than a second at full spool!

  1. The rugs are Afghani War Rugs, and are common at rug shops throughout the middle east. I have had one since 2004 when my ship pulled into Bahrain, and I love how ridiculous it is.

    1. I remember reading about the Mini-gun equipped Suburbans in Car and Driver a few years ago. The Suburbans were mostly sold to various 3rd world potentates for their security details. They made a point not to armor the Suburbans. The logic was the security detail was more inclined to stand and fight in an unarmored vehicle than run away in a armored vehicle.

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