« Last post by asmurff on May 20, 2013, 09:34:40 PM »
Woohoo my stock should be back by Thursday
« Last post by bdavison on May 19, 2013, 02:59:49 PM »
Not me...I dont want anything on my guns "networked". I can see video of your shot being downloaded from the net and used against you in court if you ever used it on anything other than paper.
Clip the "networked" part out of it, and I'd think about it.
I think you can flip the ejection on the .22 ARX.
I looked at it yesterday in the shop. It appears as if the extractor can be moved over to the other side of the bolt, didnt get a chance to see how the ejector is attached, but it may be reversable too.
In any case, I'd buy one. Its a pretty nice rifle. I like the fact that the rails are metal and not plastic like the M&P. The rifle is extremely lightweight....seriously light weight. The stock remindes me of the SCAR a little bit. Easy to adjust, and folds like the Sig with a one button release.
The type I had was beef, minced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, and salt, mixed with stock and stuffed into a sausage skin.
Traditional Haggis is a savory pudding containing sheep's pluck (heart, liver and lungs); minced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, and salt, mixed with stock, and traditionally encased in the animal's stomach. Sound nasty but I've been told the traditional is very good.
I'm adventuresome when it comes to food, I tried Bloodwurst in Germany, tava (stew with lamb or goat) in Turkey, balut (pickled fertized duck egg) once in the Philippines, lots of alcohol involved and would never have it again. I always tried the food from countries I was in.
What is that you ate?
This afternoon we went to the Rio Grande Celtic Festival. It includes the highland games of throwing the caber, stone put, hammer throw, weight throw, weight over the bar, and some others who's names I'm not sure. Essentially anything which can cause a hernia or a thrown out back
I got brave and tried the Haggis, pretty good but very spicy. Hey I've eaten stranger things in 21 years of traveling around the world for the Air Force.
« Last post by Microgunner on May 18, 2013, 03:07:26 PM »
It's the way of nature.
The young ones challenging their elders in order to see who'll eventually run the show.
« Last post by asmurff on May 18, 2013, 03:00:15 PM »
Had a great time! One of our stages had a portion where you had the shot 2 targets while moving from one barricade to another, the 12 year old made the rest of us look like stumble bums, he did it fluidly. By the time he is 15 or 16 he'll be kicking our butts.
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