Overheard at the Gun Counter

Customer: I need a box of forty.

Me: .40 Smith & Wesson? No problem.

Customer: No! .40 Ruger.

Me: Right. (I hand him the box.)

Next Customer: You get that a lot?

Me: (Sigh) Yeah…

Target of Opportunity

Came home the other night and saw two turkeys in my driveway. While I was
pondering the usefulness of my Glock 23, they flew/hopped up on the roof.

I ran upstairs to take another pic and they had jumped up to the top.

Gobble! Gobble!

Easter Eggs

Here’s Some Easter Eggs we dyed.

The Newt made a turtle.

I made a Snow Wolf with a lightning bolt stripe.

And DD made an Evil Bunny. 🙂

Hope You All had a Happy Easter.

S&W 329 Night Guard Kaboom!

This happened on the third round fired in a new S&W 329 Night Guard (not mine).

 Ammo was Remington .44 Mag 180 Gr. JSP.

 The top strap was nowhere to be found.

So Tactical…

<Stingray> I’m so tactical I’ve got rails on my hog.

 

 

<wrm> I don’t think that’s *quite* what Stingray meant, Sal

Refusing to be a Victim

Eighty-three-year-old Betty Romano has a simple message for the bad guys: “Nobody better mess with me.”

She was home on the phone when she saw a man approach her front door, ring the doorbell, knock and then leave. Minutes later, she watched him begin prying at her back door with a crowbar.

She said she’ll be taking new precautions against would-be burglars. “I’ve got something in mind. But I don’t want it published,” she said.

Heh, Smith & Wesson or Colt?

Two Years?

Today is the second birthday of my little blog.

I can’t believe it’s been two years since my first post.

Thank You All for stopping by. 😀

Beretta S687 EL Gold Pigeon II

Beretta S687 EL Gold Pigeon II 28″ 12 Ga.

Newt’s New Specs

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Little Bit Of Life – Craig Morgan

A little bit of guitar; a little bit of truck.
A little bit of hound-dog an’ a little bit of luck.
A little bit of bacon, a little bit of beans;
A little bit of you lovin’ up on me.
A little bit of how it’s s’posed to be:
A little bit of life.

A little bit of back-seat, a little bit of moon.
A little bit of radio goin’ boom, boom, boom.
A little bit of sugar, a little bit of spice,
A little bit of nasty, a little bit of nice.
A little bit of how it’s s’posed to be:
A little bit of life.

I breath in, I breath out.
Yeah. sleepin’ all night with the windows down.
Up in the mornin’, stirrin’ around.
Drink a pot of coffee an’ I head off to town.
Work, work, work, all day long,
Crank it up, back it up, bring it on home,
Supper on the table an’ I eat me a bite,
Then we snuggle on the porch by the pale moonlight,
A little bit of me an’ you doin’ all right:
A little bit of life.

A little bit of tractor, a little bit of farm.
A little bit of cornfield, an’ a little bit of barn.
A little bit of c’mon, a little bit of play.
A little bit of “yee-haw” in the hay.
A Dixie cup of home-made wine:
A little bit of life.

I breath in, I breath out.
Yeah. sleepin’ all night with the windows down.
Up in the mornin’, stirrin’ around.
Drink a pot of coffee an’ I head off to town.
Work, work, work, all day long,
Crank it up, back it up, bring it on home,
Supper on the table an’ I eat me a bite,
Then we snuggle on the porch by the pale moonlight,
A little bit of me an’ you doin’ all right:
A little bit of life.

A little bit of back-porch, a little bit of swing.
A little bit of wind-chimes a-going ding-a-ling.
A little bit of TV, a little bit of couch;
Popcorn smellin’ up the house.
A-la-mode on a little slice of home-made pie.
A little bit of life.

I breath in, I breath out.
Yeah. sleepin’ all night with the windows down.
Up in the mornin’, stirrin’ around.
Drink a pot of coffee an’ I head off to town.
Work, work, work, all day long,
Crank it up, back it up, bring it on home,
Supper on the table an’ I eat me a bite,
Then we snuggle on the porch by the pale moonlight,
A little bit of me an’ you doin’ all right:
A little bit of life.

A little bit of me an’ you doin’ all right:
A little bit of life.
Yeah, a little bit of life.

A little bit of guitar; a little bit of truck.
A little bit of hound-dog, a little bit of luck.
A little bit of back-seat, a little bit of moon.
A little bit of radio: boom, boom, boom.
A little bit of bacon, a little bit of beans;
A little bit of you lovin’ up on me.
A little bit of c’mon, a little bit of play.
A little bit of yee-haw in the hay!

Craig Morgan – Little Bit Of Life
Album: Little Bit of Life
Label: Broken Bow Records

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