Wednesday, January 08, 2014

Tab Clearing...

...of a gun-related nature:

12 comments:

Scott J said...

So, my mention of the old I-frame got wheels turning?

http://s410.photobucket.com/user/ScottJ175/media/DSC_1887.jpg.html

I haven't done a thing with it since our email exchange but I'll get to it eventually.

Overload in Colorado said...

Hmmm. I figured you'd have something to say about the new Remington R51.

Marc Pisco said...

When are they doing a conversion for the Tavor in .32 long? I mean, imagine being attacked by rabbits. A really large number of rabbits. Mean ones. For hours. The gun industry has failed to address this scenario.

Also Glock needs to make something in .32 and .25 auto. .380, pfft. BORRR-inggg. It's almost... useful. When did the market ever ask for anything useful? Never, that's when.

I want a smooth-bore Caracal firing 9mm shot shells. You just rack the slide and the goblins head for the hills. You can scarcely imagine the destructive power that an adequate defensive round gains when you divide the projectile into smaller pieces. Kind of like when you fire a slug out of a real shotgun: the novelty makes it more gunnier! It... it's got what plants crave!

I offer that to Taurus, free: "The Judge: It's got what plants crave!"

Tam said...

"I offer that to Taurus, free: "The Judge: It's got what plants crave!""

Marry me.

Old NFO said...

Good links, thanks Tam!

Steve Skubinna said...

Marco, I'd like to see a handgun in .17 HMR.

Not saying I'd like to own one. Just see it.

BTW, nice suck-up to our hostess and her documented antipathies. Only wish I'd thought of it.

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

Day-um. And it isn't even Sadie Hawkins day.

Robin said...

Win da internets hell, you just won Tam. Congrats.

Goober said...

Awesome. Its gots electrolytes, too!

Aaron said...

Thank you kindly for the link, and may your remaining travel back to your home be safe.

Marc Pisco said...

I'm honored. But the credit goes to the Eagle Rare that was doing the talking.

Keads said...

Thanks Tam.