Yugos, Moisin, ammo.
Hope everyone had a good Sunday, ours was quiet but good. Ah retired life is great.. Just did that to pizz you workers off.. Actually kidding about that, hope you all get to enjoy it as we do.
and the morning news casually glancing up as the workers begin their commute. Too bad is 900 degrees below freezing outside! At least I don't have to be out...
We geezers like it warm ya know. Most of those around us, (not many of those)are retired, so id be sitting out there all day waiting. We do have a couple of comuters who must work in Phoenix (2 hr drive) as they leave By 5 or 5:30 everyday. By the way what part of the state are you in, and where was home base for VP-1, i had to get off earlier.
I had all intentions of returning to Hawai'i when I retired but the prices had gone up beyond my wildest since I sold my home and moved to California. My other plan was S. Texas but my wife's 5 G-kids came on the scene in the mean time, trapped.
VP-1 was at Whidbey Island WA. when I joined them in '70, we deployed to Iwakuni MCAS and Camrahn Bay RVN, then changed home base to Barbers Point Hawai'i. Barbers Point closed, I think the VP's moved to K-Bay.
When I worked in Tulsa, OK I used to travel over to Siloam Springs, Rogers, Bentonville & so on all the time. I really liked that corner or AR. I liked the people, the scenery & the pace of life there.
Arnold Murray is his name. Talk about a tough old boy, A stand up USMC combat vet that did his time in Koria. He makes a point of saying.. Im not one of those send bucks preachers, and NEVER asks for money. Other neat thing is he's a hunter, and makes it clear that everyone should be armed. Says sometimes a .357 is the best way to end evil. This is a fact, and i know it doesn't sound like he's 1)all there 2) a very good Christian. Believe me he's both and all Man. We did our deployments in 67-68 out of Danang, Sangley pt., and Uta pau Thi. I got around but tried to spend most of my time in Sangley for obvious reasons. Never did Iwakuni.. Do you remember VO-67 from Camrahn bay. Ever get to the med, or Iceland. By the way when we got our P-3's the b model was out.. Ever spend time on the Neptune i was talking about.. Man we need to kick with a SanMigel for this.
So what would this be, an AOL, or could it just be licend as a handgun. I know this much that 762.X54R is real close to a 30.06, believe its a bit more than a 308, and pretty much sure you know when you pull the triger on this thing.. What a great job.
is cool and all but it is illegal under firearms laws.to cut one down into a pistol is not legal.but i might build one anyway!i want to build one out of a .303 brit enfield with the 10 round magazine!
Pay the $500.00 tax stamp and build it leagally