Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
How do we arm the other 11?
I'm holding my breath!NOTGod Bless Ya'll!Aggie, Class of '70 An Anglican Firearms "Enthusiast" (ie: Gun Nut)www.ananglicangn.blogspot.com/
Since you are my Blog Momma, and Carteach0 is a direct result of The Arms Room, then my failure to post anything lately is clearly your fault.Hmmmph.(ducking under the table)
Clarice Starling: Do right and you'll live through this.Hannibal Lecter: Spoken like a true Protestant.
That's OK; you picked a great revolver to stick with.
Fresh Gun Porn is always a bonus... Take your time girl, do it right, surely there are some unexplored nether-regions... of the gun safe, of course.- Jason in Iowa
You have seriously got to get down with the Secret Underground Drunked Carousing Lutheran Synod.No guilt. Just hangovers.
Not that I'd ever complain, mind you, but I've also noticed that Digital Fossils has gotten one measly update in the last year. No room in your heart for the loving warmth of a functioning microprocessor?-=[ Grant ]=-
Geez I've been really enjoyin' your work. The Sunday Smith #14 Model 27 with the 3 and a half inch barrel .357 is just beadth taking. Makes a person think to heck with a "J" frame and cary in a holster big frame snubbie,lol. No doubt Single Action Army is a picture perfect sight even in reproduction so ya can take'em to the range but the Model 27 is an eyefull to behold.
See, I'm a Catholic, so if I don't post a gun pic every week I'm goin' straight to hell.Or something like that... ;)Looking forward to it!
I'm really looking forward to it. I've become a S&W fan. Just bought my wife an early Christmas present---a "Women of the NRA" M442. She's been want one like mine, now she has her own.By proportion, I now own more S&W than all the rest combined. I still have a far way to go to even come to a reasonable percentage of yours.BTW, I'm trying to see if my wife and I can attend the October Blogmeet. If so, I'll bring my M13 for you to look over.
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