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Old 10-04-2012, 02:09 PM   #1
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Default Achieving Badazzness: A Guide

Let's face it. Beyond "Expendables2", this hasn't been an action movie year.

I could whine about that.

Or fix it.

I'm pretty badazz.

So, in association with Longballer, I'm going to give you the keys to being just as awesomely badazz as me.

Buckle up...

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Dillinger has been way cool to me over the years. But his greatest gift to me has been the idea of customization.

A man buys a gun. A Badazz buys a gun, tears it apart, throws out the parts that he doesn't like, and rebuilds it to his specs. Now it's a one of a kind, existing with only one guy in mind.

This applies to all of your gear.

That little personal touch says, "I take everything I do seriously."

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Old 10-04-2012, 02:19 PM   #3
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So first, I need an icon.

Then I build a shrine.

Then I customize.

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So now, I have a blueprint to emulate.

I gather up the materials needed to begin my Badazz Prime transformation.

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Aww yeah, this will work...

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Now...

I acquire a badazz gun.

But how to tote it?

I'll be honest, I hate buying holsters. Some places are picky about letting you try them out. If it does fit in the store, it's gonna shift and be uncomfortable once you get 5 minutes of wear in.

But customization, right?

I visit the vendors here. This site is home, so if supporting a vendor supports the site, then everybody wins.

I see Longballers stuff. I shoot some PMs.

I tell him what I need, he offers suggestions, the way your bespoke tailor would.

We agree on a project.

It will be coming soon. I will be reviewing it in this thread. I won't lie, if it sucks, I'm gonna tell you. If it's awesome, I'm gonna hype it like mad, and put it in my sig line.

Stay tuned.

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A hat man! You need a good cowboy hat!

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And one helluva belt buckle.

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A hat man! You need a good cowboy hat!
Agreed.

Badazzness to follow...
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Preparing for the holster cut from Honey Badger hide....

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