I've wanted something like that forever.....pretty sure the missus won't let me put it up :D
Love it!And ah, the memories ... my hubby made me one of these with an MP5 the first time we went to the range together ...
Show off! :)
Decisions, decisions...the 870 delivery of double-o buck on a perp in a SureFire glow, or the 230 grain Hydra-Shoks? Or maybe some green laser directed 62 gr green-tips from the AR. Better decide soon. Oh, heck, I'll go with the 870. That center of mass package never fails.
Ha ha, the smiley face is a nice touch! Although I think he should be frowning, what with all that aeration in his midsection... ;)
I always liked the signs that said "Never mind the dog, BEWARE THE OWNER!".
I actually taped my CHL qualification target to the exterior of my apartment door after I first completed the course. While the manager agreed it was an effective statement, she nonetheless asked me to take it down. Something about incitement and liability.I've since come to the conclusion that displaying the target immediately inside the door would likely be even more effective because of the (OK, not exactly) subtle nature of the message. I qualify again next year, I'll give it a try then. :)w/v: rifable - an affable rifle (well, probably not "man" on this blog) ... shooter.
Good one! But I agree with Miz Minka, he should be frowning. lol
Will Brown, I have a target posted on the wall of my home office showing a nice 3" group from my .45 at 10 yards.My wife has one as well when she was shooting my S&W M13. She won't frame it on her wall, though, but she still has it in her closet.
I practise the smily face to...it makes me smile.Great post.See Ya
LOVE IT! I have to earn me one of those. My cheeks are sore from smiling so hard.
You're hired! Can you start tomorrow? Oh, and bring food.
I don't know...50" Vizio plasma...that's a tough one...;-)
That's exactly what I need to put above the mantle on my fireplace...but wait, I don't have a mantle nor a fireplace either. Well, shucks, I guess I'll just put it on my wall! I'll go for the frown on mine!
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