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My friend has a camo War Eagle duck hunting boat and I thought it would be cool to mount my 1919A4 at the front of his boat on a pidistal where the front seat goes. Imagine a camoed boat going down the river at 40+ mph with a 1919A4 with a 250 round belt hanging down ready to roll. The only thing is I don't now if I can legaly do that. I do now you can't leave the dock with a loaded gun. That is easy to bypass, just have the belt in the gun not loaded. But can it be mounted with the belt on the bow of the boat? If anybody can shed some light that would be great to hear from you.
 

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Iam sure it depends on what state you are in . In WI. you cant have a loaded gun that is out of a case when you have a motor in the water Mabey you can in your state ? Check the laws ask a warden .
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HOLLY CRAP!!!!! Now that's what I call Fire Power on The Water! Hey, better comply with all regulations or your #@% is history!!
 

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Hey Widow..

What kind of speed do you get out of that outfit in reverse when your firing the 50 :D

Tim
 

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Legally speaking it seems to be mostly a matter of state fish and game law, in International water while you should be able to do that which you "proclaim" if you ask the Coast Guard they will say that you can't have it up there.... And then the reasons why will be various depending on who you talk to. REMEMBER THAT WITH DHS AND COAST GUARD "ALL THAT IS NOT MANDATORY IS FORBIDDEN!". Best comply with the rule of don't be observed.
 

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without the galley slaves

Upandatum said:
Hey Widow..

What kind of speed do you get out of that outfit in reverse when your firing the 50 :D

Tim
If I give the galley slaves the day off and fire only short 30 to 40 rd burst I get about 45 knots out of er. You know how it is, they keep tellin us to cut back on equipment every day. :D :D
 

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I was able to find out that YES you can legaly mount any gun on your boat. If you go to a wildlife ramp you must have it unloaded. Then after puting your boat in the water and motor down away, them "pull that handel back and your ready for some sweet action". Now this is for North Carolina.
 
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