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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by Shooter, Jun 10, 2008.
Let's see what you got!
Where is your photo?
This was taken back when I liked something that looked cool rather than something that was useful. All the BS is off now and my guns are back to original.
Well, I did keep the front pistol grip on the ak... that is actually useful. The folding stock was not needed. Nothing but pain on an old shoulder like mine.
Folding stock on the shotgun was a waste of money.... lol.... although cool to shoot with the stock folded. lol
Actually, shooting the shotgun with the pistol grips on the front and rear was tons of fun. Useful? Heck no... only useful thing on the shotgun was the heat shield.... that stayed, of course.
Some of my Mausers. - Israeli .308 K98, FN 30-06, 1917 Swedish M96 and a 1942 M38, which now has a scope. I also have a Brazilian 1908 7x57, Portuguese 30-06 and 8x57 German K98.
Ok, how about this:
Where is that Scott?
Here is my entry;
I want to fish in that lake!
Here's my favorite SBR in the whole wide world!
(Arsenal, Las Vegas, SAM-5S w/ Aimpoint)
Here's a picture I took of my Fiancee' with former UFC Welterweight Champion Matt Hughes at the 2008 SHOT show in Vegas.
Here you go. You didn't say it had to be gun related. So you get this one. This is my other love working on old cars. Be you can't guess what it is. And no it is not a 55 chevy.
Hmmm .... How about an Oldsmobile Rocket 88? Circa 1954-1956?
Life insurance. Never leave home without it.
S&W 457, .45 acp
Puff the magic dragon..... for real........
I took these at the Khe Sanh combat base in Late January of 1968, during the TET offensive. Remember your tracers? Between each red dot, there are four more rounds.
I was standing in the middle of a creek at the lip of Cascade Falls looking into Cascade Lake, with Lake Tahoe in the background.
I see we share the same two passions. This is my soon to be ticket getter!
What year is this one?
Yuppers 1954 Olds 88
Is that a 50's Chevy?
She's really sweet! You do very beautiful work!
Very nice old beasts guys! At first glance i did think that 54' olds 88 was indeed a 55' chevy. Bieng a motor mechanic, i also enjoy to work on/modify older cars, at the moment im building a turbocharged 250 C.I. 6-cylinder for my aussie ford falcon. Keep up the great work guys
Bush's Mid-East Peace Plan
Taken in Tel-Aviv in 2000
Yep, 1954 Chevy P/U. First year they came with a one piece windshield. '53 and older had the split windshield, remember?