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Photo: Pens, Swords & Tac Gear

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by BerettaNut92, May 31, 2004.

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  1. BerettaNut92

    BerettaNut92 Member

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    Pens may be mightier than swords, but I'll keep them ALL!!! :D

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    [bored at home with camera, flash and way too much tac gear]
     
  2. buy guns

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    im digging that banjo thing.

    what kind of sunglasses are those?
     
  3. Doc

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    skunky:

    all that carbon fiber, tactical acumen, banjo talent AND an Eldridge fan too, hmmm

    you may want to check out: http://www.malachiglobal.org/

    doc
     
  4. garrettwc

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    Skunk, it's time to upgrade your pen. You need this little jewel from Cross:

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  5. tarrigoni

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    Bela Fleck rocks.
     
  6. CrudeGT

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    I got a dumb questions. What kind of handgun is that?
     
  7. WarMachine

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    The handgun is a Heckler & Koch P7 :evil:
     
  8. MrAcheson

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    Bah, thats not a sword this is a sword:

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    Yeah yeah Skunky takes better pictures than me... Oh well.
     
  9. Soap

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    Cool to see the Eldridge book in there :) Once I get my 1911 squared away, I'll try to post a Frory-san still life. :cool:
     
  10. Riphalman

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    You're not the "run of the mill" hillbilly.....

    Bela is probably tactical, whereas Scruggs is more like Biblical.
     
  11. BerettaNut92

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    Flory, I think you need to get the wifey to start buying herself her photographic gear instead of buying you fancy toys for Christmas/birthday/anniversary :D Thanks again for the book!

    The sunglasses are Oakley X-Metal Juliets, made from some sort of titanium alloy.

    Oh of course I'm not your average hillbilly, very few Chinamen are :D
     
  12. Nightcrawler

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    I don't see any swords in that picture Skunky.

    Surely you don't consider that little apple peeler to be a sword? :D
     
  13. Calhoun

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    Skunk,
    A few questions. What is the watch? And how do you like your little MSR magic water purifing pen? I'm looking for a new filter, and you're the first person I've met with one of those. What do you think? Have you had any other filters/purifiers(sp) to compare it to? What is the lifespan of it?

    Thanks for any info.

    Peace out,
    Calhoun

    P.S.- Bella does rock. I hope that you are better on the banjo than my old roommate.
     
  14. BerettaNut92

    BerettaNut92 Member

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    Nightcrawler, I want one of these:
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    1. the watch is a Victorinox Chrono Racer with a carbon fiber dial and a carbon-fiber looking leather band.

    2. The MSR purifying pen is kinda neat. I like it for its compact size, but it can be overly complicated which can be a liability. I don't have anything else to compare it to, but I survived the Chinese tap water but haven't done any outdoors use with it. Lifespan, I dunno I can check the manual. It uses Surefire batteries and salt.

    Bela fleck does own, and I have music for download at www.skunkabilly.com :)
     
  15. Lagadelphia

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    I like the tactical Cd's. Are the edges sharpend so they can be used as a thrown weapon? :)
     
  16. Snark

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    Bella, Eldridge, and a P7. You have great taste Skunk.
     
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