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I suppose if you could have a Swiss Army Knife, there's no reason you couldn't have a Swiss Army Gun: AR15 rifle, crossbow, flame thrower, digital camera, can opener, throwing stars, scissors, katana, screwdriver, LED flashlight, and cheese grater with a compass in the stock.

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Oh, my head hurts. So I guess we will need to get rails on top of rails for all the accessories? I like the idea for a cheese grater- nice to have something practical. I thought they would go for a pepper grinder and those are so pretentious. Actually, I am trying to remember the name of the Civil War rifles that came with a coffee grinder in the buttstock. Much more useful than a cleaning kit.

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Oooh. But what fun would the belt be if you didn't also have Batman's toys? I'm thinking of the always-useful bat grappling hooks, the "batarangs" that work like a cross between boomerangs and throwing stars, as well as handcuffs, tracers, a back-up communication device/lojack, night vision goggles, lock pick set, and a laser torch. Tell me that wouldn't come in incredibly handy when SHTF (or the Joker showed up in your neighborhood).

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I suppose if you could have a Swiss Army Knife, there's no reason you couldn't have a Swiss Army Gun: AR15 rifle, crossbow, flame thrower, digital camera, can opener, throwing stars, scissors, katana, screwdriver, LED flashlight, and cheese grater with a compass in the stock.

 

Can I order mine now??????

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Can I order mine now??????

 

I wish! If you could produce something like this, you could probably finance a lot of really incredible preps. And now I'm also thinking that a great accessory to the Swiss Army Gun would be a Batman Utility Tactical Rifle Sling. You could pack so much stuff into those two ideas that you wouldn't even need to carry a BOB. LOL

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OregonChick - I think between the potential weight of the swiss army AR and the batman belt sling I wouldn't need a BOB because I wouldn't be able to carry it all! :D

 

Plus I think that someone beat you guys to the "Swiss Army Gun" idea.

I present the Annihilator 2000 from Beverly Hills Cop 3.

http://www.imfdb.org/wiki/Beverly_Hills_Cop_3#Annihilator_2000

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I thought the military already had a bug out belt, but they called it LBE. You could always tack more on it than you wanted to carry. It was a lot worse when it was canvas and it got wet. Add two canteens and that completed the misery. Not to mention the pre alice pack. Like the x frame arvin pack.

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