Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
"The right to buy weapons is the right to be free." -A.E. van Vogt
Sorry about contacting you through this, but it is sort of appropriate.Friday, I was hanging around in a place where I have no business being. I'm a competitive highpower rifle shooter, but I drifted past the pistol case in the local toy store. In it, there was the cheapest raggedy looking piece of plastic junk and it was for sale for $139.00. I thought something must be wrong because anything that actually makes noise and does it with a primer in the middle must cost more than that. 9mm or not, nothing new can be that inexpensive.Just to test my theory, I went back yesterday and saw that it was still priced incorrectly or it was not going to make any noise when the trigger was pulled. Since they wouldn't let me test it there in the shop, I bought it and took it out at daybreak today to mess around with before returning it tomorrow.I'll be a son-of-a-gun. It made noise everytime I wanted it to, nothing fell off, and may fit my little bitty hand like no other pistol I ever held.If I tried to describe how well it shot, even I would think that I was exagerating.Please tell me what it is that I'm not seeing here.Thanks much for your blog,Woody
I am so disappointed to find that there are things don't have to cost a lot of money to be fun, I think that I'll go run another box of S&B hardball through that raggedy thing before work tomorrow.Perhaps it will fall apart then so that I can quit giggling.Looking forward to it already,
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