By KIM DU TOIT In ascending order of awfulness: A scalpel a lock of her old boyfriend’s hair …and when you’ve had a vasectomy: – a six-pack of condoms, and/or – an empty pregnancy test box Bill Clinton’s “business” card
Also somebody who made this puppy has a lot of skill !
The Weaver stance is a shooting technique for handguns. It was developed by Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriff Jack Weaver during freestyle pistol competition in Southern California during the late 1950s. Contents [hide] 1Description 2Modern technique 3History 4Notes 5See also 6References 7External links Description The Weaver stance has two main components. The first component is a two-handed technique in which the shooting hand … Continue reading “The Weaver stance”
I shot one of these at the Range & brother let me tell you. It packs quite a recoil! But that’s what happens when you basically cut down a full length Battle Rifle into a Carbine. For some reason. Newton’s Laws of Physics still apply!
For as long as I can remember, I have been searching for a solid solution for storing my gear in my vehicle in such a way that it is both secure and easily accessible. I have owned all manner of sport-utility vehicles and pickup trucks, and it seems that no matter the vehicle there was … Continue reading “Affordable Solution for Gun Storage — DU-HA Systems by JON HODOWAY on JANUARY 20, 2018”
Huffpo Investigates ‘Why Black People Own Guns’ by S.H. BLANNELBERRY RJ Young, 30, Tulsa, Oklahoma. (Photo: Huffpo) Recently, Huffpo published an article titled, “Why Black People Own Guns.” They interviewed 11 African Americans and asked them why they own guns. What should be a shocker to absolutely no gun-owning … Continue reading “Another hold the Presses! (Yeah because they are not stupid & they are Americans)”
Now over the years. I am sure that we all have heard the joke about the Sign at a Gun shop or Gun Show. “French Army Rifles for sale, Only fired and dropped once!” Sadly for the French Army recent in the recent past 80 years or so. This has a grain of truth to … Continue reading “The Chassepot or How for once the French Soldier got a good rifle!”