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SHELBY COUNTY, Ala. (WIAT) — Wednesday afternoon an unusual motor cycle turned heads today in Shelby County.
The design was developed by five members of the National Guard.
An ammunition belt lines the handlebars, while chromed M-4 magazines serve as the struts and an M-4 rifle is mounted on the side of the rear wheel.
The bike is used as a recruiting tool.
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