Tuesday, July 16, 2013

A chance at free stuff...

Apparently Brownells is running some sort of 12 Days of Christmas in July sweepstakes thing. You can enter daily between now and the 30th either through the Facebookenings or at their web page. Today's prize looks to be some VZ Operator II grips for your 1911 in tactical grayish color that is perfect for operators who operate covertly in covert operations.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I see what you did there.

I put those stocks on my Springfield 1911 because I got them on sale at the NRA Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh.

Shootin' Buddy

Bob said...

And, of course, covert can also be used as a noun, so you could amend your sentence to "perfect for operators who operate covertly in covert coverts."

Tango Juliet said...

Perfect for covert deanimation activities!

fast richard said...

So, can I use those grips even if I'm a fat balding old man who has been operated upon a few times and knows what a culvert is?

Angus McThag said...

What color for clandestinely operating in covert operations?

JohninMd.(too late?!??) said...

Angus; why, some form of camo, of course! "You can't see me, I'm a tree..."

Anonymous said...

You mean tactical operating operators operating operationally?
Way to blow my cover.

Anonymous said...

My last operation was code named Gall Bladder.

I can't tell you much about it but I still do carry the scars from that day.

Gerry

tailwind said...

I'm from the Department of Redundancies Department* and I find you all in violation of the rule against operating without a properly operational operator's license permit rule.

*also known as the DRD Department.

Steve Skubinna said...

No thanks. My covert tactical operator's operating gloves are gray, and those grips would make it impossible for me to tell which hand was carrying the pistol.

The only thing worse than pointing an empty hand at a tango is shoving a barrel up a nostril while covertly picking my nose.