Just don't get that zip caught up in the forward assist. Interesting things might happen.:-)
Ohhhhh!OK. I'm looking at it on a Blackberry and when Peter said "forward assist" I went back and gave it a closer look.There's cleavage in that picture! And I missed it the first time. Wow, that's not like me; I'm a man! But I'm an old man.*sigh*Con sarn it! By cracky! I feel like Gabby Hayes' older brother, Purple.
Ha! Love it!
Put me down for a subscription!word: fultust
Glad it wasn't a hot .308 casing.I was blistered once when a hot one landed in the pocket behind the right collarbone. I couldn't fish it out fast enough because of my shirt and some webbing. Like most ole honkies of Scotch-Irish descent, it doesn't take much to raise a blister.I did keep the muzzle pointed downrange.
Somerled, BTDT from a hot 30.06 brass last year at a high-power match. Down the collar, down my back to stop at the belt line between me and my undershirt.Big time boogie!!
*whistles, leers, á la Heinlein's The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress*
Pity, This doesn't seem to be on the news stands in Chicago.
I started this blog so the child I gave up for adoption could get to know me, and in turn, her children, as well as share stories for a family that lives too far away.This is for them. I share it, but it is ultimately a gift to my family. Links here should be work friendly, kind and safe for kids. If they are not, please let me know.You're welcome to post what you wish on your blog - but even if I like you, it doesn't mean I want my family to read it.