I like it. A collectable.
And it is scarce. Can’t buy .300 Savage at Walmart.
History of the 99, here:
It is a beautiful rifle. Designed in 1892! Produced from 1899 to 1998(!).
I did not know, that during WW1, Canada had it as a service rifle. Wow. I know of no other rifle that was chambered for so many calibers other than .300 Savage, itself an interesting caliber.
My personal connection; Dad has Grandpa’s Savage 99. I’ve had the privilege of shooting this rifle. It is indeed a treat.
Wow. This Video is pretty stunning.
Imagine yourself fighting off a group of home invaders. I’ve been broken into before, and the violation that you feel is significant. Now think about if numerous armed individuals invite themselves into your home, when you’re there.
Pretty loud…. .
And pretty close. Got some dirt thrown on us… .
I liked the rat-racers best.
10 dollar admission and 5-bucks for a soda and fries!? You bet.
More Clips here:
These spiders are creepy. Almost ran into this one’s web this morning, when it was rainy and gloomy:
And then the sun came out – lighting makes quite a difference:
Pictures taken with an Olympus PEN E-P2 4/3 Digital Camera, and a 45-150mm lens.
If you remember, a lawsuit was filed against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by families of victims of the Islamic terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya.The lawsuit was filed by Pat Smith and Charles Woods, parents of American U.S. Foreign Service member Sean Smith, and Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods, respectively. Clinton is being sued for defamation, wrongful death, and intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress.
After Hillary failed to respond to the lawsuit, the Judge issued a default judgment against Hillary. Now, Hillary Clinton is fighting back and is out to destroy the families, who have already suffered due to her failures in Benghazi.
Apparently, Hillary Clinton really doesn’t have time to reach out to common people.
She’ll likely get any default set aside. Then on to discovery. Could be interesting.
Pretty neat. An infinate magazine, railguns, 78 megawatts.
Egh. Never liked them. But some do.