Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
"The right to buy weapons is the right to be free." -A.E. van Vogt
Why ask why?!? FN said "Let this competition rifle be blue."And it was. And it was good.
Could be worse. Could be that awful pink that's so in vogue right now.
Race? Is it moving so fast that the normal colour has been blue shifted? Does it have a 40" barrel that due to the Lorenz-Fitzgerald contraction looks like it's only 20"?
For training purposes only?
I don't know, I just don't understand raceguns. They throw the whole colour-code-of-lethalness thing right out the window. If someone points a gun at me, the colour generally means:Blue = "Dude, see if you can disarm me!" (Or "I just vandalised a House Of The Dead machine!")Yellow = "Brace yourself, this might sting a bit..."Black or earth-tones = "I am really quite cross with you."Pink = "I'm going to kill you and then buy shoes! Squeee!"I just don't know what the other colours mean. What's someone with a red and white flecked competition stock trying to tell me, exactly? "I don't know if I mentioned this, but I reeaaally like bacon,"? How is that relevant to the ATM stick-up situation I find myself in?Just makes a mockery of the whole system, (grumble, grumble...)
Micki Mahoney,"Black or earth-tones = "I am really quite cross with you."Pink = "I'm going to kill you and then buy shoes! Squeee!""What color bow would you like tied 'round your gift-wrapped internets? :D
Darlin' Daughter would call that "Tardis Blue" and send up a Squee! heard around the world if she got a gun in that color.
It's blued.But it's aluminum.But it's blued. You can't blue aluminum.Blue.Blue and anodized.Is that the end of the universe I'm hearing?
FN does ok by me. My last issued M16A2 was made by the boys from Herstal, I'm sureto the chagrin of the rampant horsey folks.
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