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  1. OK, making that image up top was fun. What you can't see is the Mk249 modeled off of the one I carried... sorry, these are the only surviving pics thanks to the dog and a laptop hitting the floor.
  2. Aww hell, thanks y'all! What's the matter Rocky, I'm not front page worthy anymore? Really,you weren't that bad at all. I can't for the life of me remember who else was on with us, but I feel like you had a friend or someone from the R6 days who had an accent that was incredibly thick. Remember I was an American boy from the south who had just wrapped up three years in the Middle East... Scottish accents I was not accustomed to. I'm not sure I've always been good with words, I just like to talk a lot haha. NC, we can't all be winners. No tequila for me, I've played that game a ti
  3. "A Restrospective Review of Wildlands" My love for this franchise will never die, I swear. It has waned more than once, but it is making a hard left turn back towards pure love again. I don't know that any game will ever come close to holding the special place in my gaming heart that OGR does. For me, it was the perfect FPS Tac-Sim, and it was awesome! Once GR received full mod support the community exploded, the clans grew, the competitions were constant, and these forums were bustling. And the rest, as they say, is history. I was fourteen when I got a perfectly wrapped box for Christma
  4. Just thought I'd share. Life never goes how you plan. I think back on this original post that was just over four years ago. How my life has changed, and what got in the way of my dream. But! I'm happy to report, dreams really do come true. Four years and ten days after this original post, I ordered my dream car. This beauty will be in my driveway as soon as she rolls off the assembly line and finds her way to WNC. I couldn't be more grateful for the path that lead me here. It has been trying and has been a steady battle. This is a physical representation of how hard w
  5. Hammer, I wish! I looked far and wide for a Vizsla puppy in a shelter and had no luck. The ones I found in rescues were grown and on the wrong side of the country. Awesome video though!
  6. Holy hell, look at all those names! And the CPL's "to do" list is not far off, I have it on good authority! Prozac, if you see this anytime soon shoot me a PM and let me know how you've been, still with Uncle Sam? A goofy pic, because I can.
  7. I wish I had seen this some time ago to stop you. Save the money, get better gloves... buy Mechanix gloves. I went through Oakley, Under Armor and both sets of my Army issued gloves before I just went to the autoparts store and bought a pair. I got in country and loved them so much I ordered five more pairs... that I still have laying around in pristine condition... somewhere. I have my pair I wore through the whole tour in with my other gear, and a pair I use around the house and on the car in my glove-box (so literal right). Best part, they're about $12 and a perfect fit.
  8. Well, it took a bit longer than I had planned... but two and a half years later, I brought this little beauty home on January 5th. 2013 Mustang V6 Premium I've added the Airaid Cold Air Intake and Borla Axleback Touring exhaust. She sounds mean! I'm enjoying the little 6 with an auto as my daily driver, but I've already started saving for the 5.0 as I have always planned. I HAD to get out of my Mazda in January and decided to start with the six while saving for the 8. Most of the differences between the 11 and the 13 are cosmetic - namely the front fascia which the 13 steals
  9. You assume correctly. Way, way, way back when on the older boards, Sart's username was Sartillies.
  10. Alex, I suggest you keep everything as CHEAP as possible. Do the absolute bare minimum you need to do to work on marksmanship training. BB or Pellet, same difference here. If you don't NEED the license, don't get it. Save the cash. You'll thank me in the long run (trust me, I'm clearing out 95% of my gun collection plus accessories and ammo - I'm taking about a %30 hit on everything). Iron sights are perfectly acceptable for marksmanship training if you want to save the coin on a scope. A scope gives immediate feedback and control, but with iron sights you have to examine your target to know w
  11. For BB shooting? A rifle, a cheap scope to practice breathing and trigger pull, lots and lots of BBs, ballistic rated eye protection (only some Oakley's are rated for this), lots and lots of BBs, targets, action figures, soda cans, and a back-stop (like a hill or big pile of dirt). That's it. No need to over-spend or over-think. Protect your eyes, no need for ear protection with BB guns. Make sure the BBs don't go beyond the target. Practice all the rules of firearm safety. And unless you go competitive, no need to spend too much money. I still have a $40 BB gun I had as a kid that got n
  12. As I said that day: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in su
  13. I've sold about 25 guns in the past four months, but here's one I've held on to...
  14. Thanks everyone! It's been great, even in the midst of moving, haha.
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