Thursday, January 31, 2019

I Got Nuthin...

...and I gotta work tomorrow and probably most of the next three weeks and blogging will be even lighter than it has been lately.

Other than that, I hate going to bed early and I hate gettin' up early even more but I gotta hit the hay and be up at 0515. Walking to the train station tomorrow morning is gonna suck.

G'night all,
Glenn B

Dems - Being Whatever - Whenever It Suits Them

All the best,
Glenn B

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

The FBI Essentially Has Given Up...

...after less than two years of investigation! No, I am not referring to the investigation of Donald Trump for 'collusion' with the Russians. I am talking about the October 1, 2017 Mandalay Bay shooting, in Las Vegas, that resulted in the deaths of 58 people and injuries of almost 900! Those killed and otherwise shot were all allegedly mowed down by Stephen Paddock. It has become evident to me that the FBI is either virtually worthless when it comes to legitimate investigations and/or for some reason just does not give a damn about the 58 lives that were lost & their grieving families and loved ones, nor about the hundreds of people who were injured. I say so because of  what Aaron Rouse, the agent in charge of the FBI’s Las Vegas office, reportedly said about figuring out what was Paddock's motive:

"“It wasn’t about MGM, Mandalay Bay or a specific casino or venue,” Aaron Rouse, the agent in charge of the FBI’s Las Vegas office, told The Associated Press. “It was all about doing the maximum amount of damage and him obtaining some form of infamy."...
"“This report comes as close to understanding the why as we’re ever going to get,” Rouse "said." 

More at the source.

As close as we are ever going to get! It's all apparently supposition and the FBI is seemingly saying that is the best they can do - suppose this or that! Is this agent is throwing his hands up in the air and saying we give up, we in the FBI - a world class A1 investigative agency - are not smart enough to figure out his motive and show you the hard cold evidence by which we arrived at that conclusion? Maybe it is that the FBI is hiding something from us, is that possible? Do they really expect us to believe they do not know, or cannot uncover, his motive! Damn, they created the motive and even the whole crime, it seems, when it was convenient to them investigating our president. Yet, when it comes to a guy who killed 58 Americans and wounded hundreds more - they are left pretty much clueless! 

I find absolutely incredible that by now and forever afterward they do not and will not ever know what was his underlying actual motive and not be able to show solid proof of their conclusion as to his motive and that they essentially seem to be giving up. Damn, this investigation should remain open until his motive is found out conclusively. So why does it appear as if the FBI has given up? My guess, and mind you it is only a guess, is that Paddock had ties to powerful and influential people who want this investigation squashed. Again though, I stress that is just a guess on my part - maybe though it is based somewhat on the recent not so stellar behavior of other FBI agents in other recent investigations and actions that amounted to travesties of justice at worst and fiascos at best.

I pretty much have lost any faith I ever may have had in holding the FBI up as being one of the premiere law enforcement agencies in the world. After seeing what they did with the Clinton investigation, what they seemingly created with the alleged made up dossier to create a Russian collusion case against President Trump, how their agents have evidently lied under oath to Congress and smirked about it, how other of their agents and employees sent text messages back and forth ranting against Donald Trump ever becoming president and, as I recall, bragging about having a back-up plan to essentially oust him if he did become president, and how they have dropped the ball on this investigation (among others), it leaves no doubt in my mind that the FBI's investigative prowess and integrity amounts to just about naught. I am beginning to think that every one of their investigations, that were ever in the least bit questionable, going back many years, should be subjected to a srutinous review. 

All the best,
Glenn B

Build The Wall (Hopefully With Schummer and Pelosi On The Other Side)

Let's face it - a border wall will never completely stop entry by illegal aliens or smugglers & their contraband but they do work and have a marked effect on curtailing both the illegal entry of aliens and the smuggling of contraband into a country. They also would have enormous beneficial effects on our national security and  economy.

All the best,
Glenn B

The Whiners Among Islamic Believers...

...seemingly are very little different than the incessant complainers, moaners and groaners of the far left here in the USA; at least that is my opinion after reading an article about some Muslims reportedly crying foul over the logo Nike has placed on the bottom of some of its shoes (and mind you I said some Muslims because I find it hard to believe all of them are doing so). They, the some Muslims, are saying it is extremely offensive and blasphemous and are demanding Nike gets rid of it, all because they see it as resembling the written word Allah (in Arabic). More at the source.

Here is what they reportedly are deeming offensive:

Now, I looked that over pretty well, then I went online to look up how Allah is written in Arabic. To me it looked nothing like the bottom of that shoe nor any part of the bottom of the show. Here it is, supposedly in Arabic:

Then I figured that Allah may appear differently in other languages and did a search to see if Allah in another language looked like the bottom of Nike's shoes. Once again, to me, the word Allah, written in several languages, did not look even faintly similar to the bottom of those shoes. Take a look for yourself and you tell me - do you see the resemblance? 

This whole brouhaha seems very much like what happens when a leftist here claims something is abhorrently offensive or racist or misogynistic or homophobic but has absolutely no hard cold evidence to back it up; yet other leftists climb aboard and the whole thing spirals out of control for a week or three with them bashing whomever they found to be offensive and often getting companies or individuals to apologize over nothing. Then as suddenly as it sprang from their discontented little minds, it is forgotten and a new anti-anything not leftist (or anti-anything not Muslim, depending on who is found to be offensive on any given day) it is started up all over again in the same manner as before but with a new target. 

My bet is Nike will capitulate, apologize and give money to these Islamic whiners, or to their cause, just to appease them and make them shut up. What a shame. I think, what they should be doing is telling them to get a life and grow and Nike should just keep using a logo as they see fit.

All the best,
Glenn B

Saturday, January 26, 2019

Opening Soon - Or Maybe Not So Soon

A newly built Travelodge, not yet open for business, was ravaged by the driver of a "mini digger" earlier this week in Liverpool. The reason, he said he had been shorted 600 pounds in pay. He reportedly was said to have carried out his rampage of driving into the building and smashing things for 20-30 minutes before the police showed up and almost injured at least one co-worker while doing so. More at the source. I love this quote from the article, the understatement of the month, maybe the year: "Wow. Don't think Travelodge is 'opening soon' now." 

Damn that guy was pissed off; he must have been hard up for money because of one heck of an expensive habit or one hell of an expensive woman in his life!

All the best,
Glenn B

The Selective Legalization of Marijuana By The States

The politicians in my local village are taking it upon themselves to regulate where marijuana, for recreational purposes, may be sold and where it may not be sold. They claim they are doing so in anticipation of NY state legalizing it for such use. Thus it has been proposed that vendors will only be able to sell it a certain distance from houses of worship, schools and the like. They have determined that it should be sold from stores within the village’s industrial zone (made in the USA is bound to suffer due to that one) do not want it to get into the hands of kiddies, So, someone setting up shop will have to assure that the place of business will have to be at least 500 from any school. (More at the source.) Such a law or regulation ought to work as well as the federal law making it illegal to carry firearms within 1,000 feet of a school zone – look at how many lives that one has saved.

If marijuana was actually to be legalized it would be okay by me; let’s face it prohibition does not work. The thing is though, even if NY state passes legislation into law permitting the recreational use of it, it will still be illegal – there are federal laws making it such. Now comes the tricky part – NY will undoubtedly enforce federal laws making marijuana possession and use illegal as they see fit to fit their political agenda. With that sad, you can safely bet that even if legalized in this state, guns owners will be prosecuted or at the very least will have their guns seized and license revoked should they be caught or admit to use of marijuana within NY. After all, it is part of federal law/regulation that does not allow for a person to legally own transfer and or own firearms if they use illegal drugs. “Oh wait, but marijuana is legal in my state” you say. Yes but as I just said still illegal under federal law and NY, being a gun-control leftist Utopia, definitely will enforce those laws and relative regulations unlike the way they totally violate federal laws and regulations relative to illegal immigration and/or likely will violate federal law and regulation relative to the possession and use of marijuana should they pass legislation legalizing it under state law.

God forbid that a gun owner would smoke marijuana – he might go on a killing rampage. So, NY will likely still consider it illegal for someone to own firearms if he or she smokes or even possesses marijuana. Then again, what about drivers, doctors, nurses, law enforcement officers, crossing guards, judges, district attorneys, politicians, builders, electricians, barbers (those razors are sharp), teachers and anyone else – won’t it be potentially very dangerous allowing them to use it too? Under NY law, it likely will not be illegal for most of those folks or will be ignored even if illegal (by way of selective enforcement), except maybe in the case of law enforcement officers.

The federal government could stop all this immediately if those in it wanted to put an end to it. All they would have to do is collect the tax on marijuana that has been on the books for years. Taxation is how the federal government was able to regulate narcotics and other drugs, by way of the Harrison Act, in the first place and yes it was the progressives who came up with that tax. Francis Burton Harrison was a New Yorker, a congressman and, of course, a Democrat. Getting back to the tax on marijuana, I do not recall the tax rate per ounce but I do remember it is astronomically high. The feds could rake in a lot of dough allowing the states to legalize it even if the federal government legalized it but still regulated it. Not that I am much for over-taxation by any government but he feds potentially could rein in states like NY by enforcement of such a tax or they could reduce the tax for states that continue to cooperate with the feds on such things as illegal immigration. Yet, that is unlikely to happen and the states will just legislate laws making it selectively legal as they deem fit while selectively enforcing federal laws and regulations making it a no-no for firearms owner. You can bet on it.

My personal thoughts are that neither the state nor federal governments should have anything to say about a weed someone wants to grow and possess to get high except maybe with regard to operating motor vehicles or carrying out critical job functions and endangering the lives of others while under the influence. Owning a car or having a certain job or owning a firearm should have nothing to do with it so long as you are not endangering anyone while using it.

All the best,
Glenn B

Monday, January 21, 2019

Upon Reconsideration..

...of President Trump having cancelled Nancy Pelosi's flight last week, I have come up with a question:

Would it not have been better for him to have allowed her to take her outbound trip and then to have cancelled the return flight?

Imagine the huge amount of exploding libturd heads there would have been across America had he done that!

All the best,
Glenn B

The Gun Buyback I Would Have Attended...

...if held near to my home would have been the one that offered $500 for any working firearm! Yeah, you read that right. Thing was, I would have had to camp out to hold an early spot on the line because the arsehats who ran it ran out of money. A lot more here at the source Lagniappe's Lair.

Man, I can think of at least four guns I own that I would have gladly sold for that much. Heck, I would have happily split the cash with whomever waited on line with me and still would have made out like a very successful bandit.

All the best,
Glenn B

Pretty Cold Outside Right Now... 4 degrees Fahrenheit in my neck of the woods concrete jungle semi-suburbia. Not as cold as it sometimes feels inside the home but this too shall pass, pretty quickly too, supposed to be in the thirties tomorrow and 40s the next day.

I do need to go out later and even thought it has been forecast that today will hit a balmy 15 degrees, you can safely bet I will be dressed for it and that I will have my car up and running for at least 15 to 20 minutes before I even think of driving it.

Stay warm my friends,
Glenn B

Saturday, January 19, 2019

Some Fine Shooting Down Houston Way

Whatever firearm it was that a Houston homeowner was using to defend himself from 4 thugs, who apparently were invading his home, he did some mighty fine shooting with it (of course the homeowner could have been a she). One of the alleged home invaders was shot and wounded and the other three were shot and died. More at the source.

Me thinks if there was more instant karma type justice of this sort, home invasions and many other violent crimes would be reduced markedly. Enough of it and some criminals might decide to get a real job to make an honest living.

All the best,
Glenn B

More NY State Gun Control Insanity

NY State must be vying with CA to see which state can come up with the most tyrannically preposterous violations of the RKBA as each state keeps pumping out one oppressive law after the other relative to the RKBA. Take for example this newly proposed law in NY which could be interpreted to mean (and probably was meant to mean) that no one who owns a registered assault weapon in NY can buy more than 20 rounds of ammo for it in a 120 day period. Of course, the way it was written, one easily might interpret that to also mean you could buy 20 rounds per day for it for each of 120 days. Why 20 rounds, well, assault weapons in NY are limited to use only 10 round mags since higher capacity mags are banned. Read the proposed law, you will understand what I mean:

A01724 Text:

                STATE OF NEW YORK


                               2019-2020 Regular Sessions

                   IN ASSEMBLY

                                    January 16, 2019

        Introduced  by  M. of A. SIMON, JAFFEE, MOSLEY, HYNDMAN, WILLIAMS, GOTT-
          Multi-Sponsored  by -- M. of A. CARROLL, COOK, DINOWITZ, GLICK -- read
          once and referred to the Committee on Codes

        AN ACT to amend the penal law, in relation to the sale of ammunition for
          assault weapons

          The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and  Assem-
        bly, do enact as follows:

     1    Section  1.  Subdivision  4  of  section  270.00  of the penal law, as
     2  amended by chapter 180 of the laws  of  1997,  is  amended  to  read  as
     3  follows:
     4    4.  Sales  of  ammunition  not  prohibited.  Nothing contained in this
     5  section shall be construed to prevent, or interfere in any way with, the
     6  sale of ammunition for revolvers or pistols of any kind, or for  rifles,
     7  shot  guns,  or other arms, belonging or which may belong to any persons
     8  whether as sporting or hunting weapons or for the purpose of  protection
     9  to them in their homes, or, as they may go abroad; and manufacturers are
    10  authorized  to  continue  to manufacture, and wholesalers and dealers to
    11  continue to deal in and freely to sell ammunition to  all  such  persons
    12  for such purposes. Provided, however, the sale of ammunition for assault
    13  weapons,  as defined by subdivision twenty-two of section 265.00 of this
    14  title, shall be limited to two times the capacity of an authorized weap-
    15  on over a one hundred twenty day period. For purposes of  this  subdivi-
    16  sion,  "authorized  weapon" shall mean a weapon registered in accordance
    17  with subdivision sixteen-a of section 400.00 of this chapter.   Notwith-
    18  standing  any  law, rule or regulation to the contrary, the violation of
    19  this subdivision shall constitute a class E felony.
    20    § 2. This act shall take effect immediately.

         EXPLANATION--Matter in italics (underscored) is new; matter in brackets
                              [ ] is old law to be omitted.

Source of that balderdash.
 All the best, 
Glenn B

Saturday, January 12, 2019

So True It Hurts

Build the wall!,
Glenn B

Oh Yeah - At My Age This Really Makes Me Cheery

All the best,

Friendly Rice?

China accepting imports of rice from the US of A for the first time in history? They are sneaky bastards, President Trump had best be on guard. Then again, our president is one heck of a persuasive businessman! More at the source.

All the best,
Glenn B

I Cannot Figure It - Maybe Obummer Can Explain it

All the best,

Exactly! (Did you see this D?)

One of the few times this bitch does not have her idiotic smiley face on; although, it starts to come out just a bit. As for Scummer Schumer - who in hell does he think he is kidding!

All the best, 

Shedding More Tears Over Another One Gone

Sometimes, you pretty much just have to sell some things you would rather not sell, at least I have had to do that. I sold another gun today and man oh man if this is not one to shed some tears over selling then none are worth the remorse.

It was a CZ527 Thumbhole Varmint in 223. I got it as unfired in the box in pristine condition (read that as meaning new) and I sold it in virtually the same condition except for some very small and fine scratches on the scope rail from me trying to mount rings that did not fit. After that, I put it away, bought the rings and an extra mag for it, and never took it out to shoot it. Probably the gun have had for the longest without firing it. I was going to give it to Brendan but he wanted a Savage in 22 WMR that I had so I gave him that one and he loves it.

As for that CZ, it has one heck of a smooth and light trigger. I dried fired it this morning and was amazed at how nice it was for a stock gun. The buyer liked it too. Brought me in some much needed cash that I need for personal reasons but I miss it already anyway. Damn, imagine that, missing a gun I never even fired!

All the best,
Glenn B


Worked half of the week before this one and all of this week and scheduled to work all of next week so blogging has been very light and will continue to be so for awhile except maybe for later today and tomorrow).

All the best,
Glenn B

Sunday, January 6, 2019

Damn - Dinner Was Good - I Am Ready Now... do whatever it takes to blast off into happiness and history. Note, I did not say to blast anyone else; I merely said I'm ready for me to blast off into happiness and history and family history is more than good enough for me what with the meal I just cooked. It was that good of a meal I cooked this evening if I must say so myself but then again even my mother-in-law commented that she liked it (rather unusual for anything I cook).

That dinner of roasted leg of lamb, oven roasted taters, corn, rote kraut (red cabbage), fresh peas and fresh biscuits with butter melted all over them (or at least seeping deeply into mine) was delicious. Add to that an excellent frothy headed Belgian abbey ale - Chimay Grande Reserve - and a bit of a dram larger than a wee one of Kirschwasser and - all I can say is - right now I am a happy, well fed, slightly inebriated fun loving camper.

I just wish I did not have to ruin it all by going to work tomorrow. But such is life - want the good stuff then you need to work to pay for it - at least for we who are not rich and who have a work ethic (then again, I paid for this meal by selling an SKS but I had to work to earn enough to buy the gun in the first place).

That's a nice pic of me up above to convey that mood - don't you think! To say the least - right now I am feeling almost as silly as I look in it but maybe that is the Kirschwasser and ale talking.

All the best,
Glenn B

Not Feeling Too Bad Now...

...about having bought a 6+ pound boned leg of lamb a couple of days ago nor about selling my Norinco Type 56 SKS today. I just threw the lamb in in the oven about 35 minutes or so ago and expect it to be done rare to medium rare in another 70 minutes or so. Not only does it already look scrumptious all browned and sizzling - since I seared it first - but it smells damned delicious already. I cannot wait to quench my anticipation by sinking my teeth in to it. 

If that is not enough reason not to feel guilty about buying such a nice piece of meat then let me just say that I paid for it and way more by selling the SKS. That makes me feel not so guilty about selling the SKS! As a matter of fact, the aroma of the roasting lamb has gotten me in such a good mood as to say I am almost (mind you I said almost) remorseless about having sold that SKS. I am afraid though, once the effects of the lamb and the Kirschwasser I am drinking - neat on ice - wear off, my sellers remorse may go up a few notches. Somehow though, I am sure I will never regret splurging for the lamb.

All the best,
Glenn B

Feeling Guilty Before The Deed Is Done

I am going out soon to sell a Norinco Type 56 SKS. 

All I can say about it now is damn - I am already suffering from seller's remorse. Yet, a deal is a deal and I am not about to call it off because I am now thinking I should have kept this one. Oh well, I can use the cash.

All the best,
Glenn B

Thursday, January 3, 2019

The Guns of 2018

I added some guns to my collection in 2018. I still have most of them but already sold a few of the others. Sold them either because I wound up not liking them as much as I thought I would or because I needed cash - usually to buy another gun.

I've listed all (I think) of the ones I got in 2018 by the month they were acquired. Those that I already got rid of are annotated to note such:


French pinfire revolver 7.65mm, 3.25" octagon barrel with folding trigger, S/N 12. You know, someday I'll have to check to see if the serial number really is 12! It's a nonfunctioning wall-hanger.

Enfield Pattern 1858 percussion pistol .63 Gal., 8" barrel, lock marked "Crown VR" and 1863 over Enfield.

Mauser Chileno Model 1895 7mm, 29" barrel with full stock, sling and M1891 bayonet. This is a nice shooter.

CVA Philadelphia derringer kit .45 Cal. Percussion. Gifted to my son who is in the process of putting it together but who is stuck at the point requiring a drill press or a very steady hand on a hand drill.


Colt Detective Special .38 SPL double action; 1st version.

Glock Model 30.45 Auto, 3.7" barrel with two 10-round magazines, unfired in hard case. Nice shooter, may have to make this an EDC gun if I can find what I think is a suitable holster for it but that holster seems to be a rare beast indeed!

Beretta Model 92FS 9mm semi-auto, 4.9" barrel with 2-10 round magazines, as new in hard case. Sold it, I guess the three 92 series pistols I already had seemed enough - anyway I was in dire need of cash.


High Standard Model DM-101 Derringer .22 Mag O/U, 3 1/2" barrels, as new in case. What a find in absolutely like new condition; well, at least until I fired it. I bid on this online which is pretty uncommon a thing for me to do relative to a firearm.


CZ Durango 12 Ga. hammerless SxS, 20" barrels with set of choke tubes, case color receiver, unfired in box. Nice shotgun indeed but sold it because I really had no need for it and it brought in some needed cash at the time.

Winchester Model 37 12 Ga. single, 30" barrel, N/S/N. Was an okay gun but I am not a big Winchester fan. Could not resist buying it at the price for which I got it though.


Glock 21, Gen4 pistol, 45ACP, with box, 2 mags, all accessories. Another nice shooter; although, it is a pretty big pistol. More suitable for open carry, carry for a uniformed LEO or military type and not so much for concealed EDC. May keep it or may sell it - it is a toss up. of course, I may ship it to my son in AR.


Browning BLR Lightweight '81 (Long Action) .30-06 SPRG lever action rifle, 22" barrel, unfired in box. This is a beautiful gun and nice shooter. My first 30-06, probably a keeper unless I sell or trade it to get another BLR with a pistol grip.

Mossberg Model 395SA 'Slugster' 12 Ga. 3" bolt action, 24" slug barrel with magazine. I refinished the stock on this one, it came out looking truly beautiful for a gun. They do not put nice wood like that on most guns today.


Savage Model 111 Long Range Hunter .300 WIN Mag bolt action rifle, 24" barrel with muzzle brake, detachable and adjustable cheek piece, unfired in box. It remains unfired and in the box. This one is probably a keeper for future use once I can afford a nice enough piece of glass and good rings for it.

Winchester Model 290 .22 S,L,LR semi-auto, 20.5" barrel. This was okay but had a truly terrible trigger pull as far as I was concerned. From what I have read on them, the trigger pull is a common bitching point about these rifles. Again, a Winchester and I am not much of a fanboy for them but I did wat at least one though; it just wound up this was not the one.

Mossberg Model 395T 12 Ga. 3" bolt action, 28" barrel with magazine and sling. This was similar to the Mossberg 395SA Slugster I mentioned above except it was not designed as a slug gun. An okay gun but really did not strike me to be anywhere nearly as useful as the Slugster so up for sale it went.

Glock Model 30 Gen 4, .45 auto, 3.77" barrel with 2-10 round magazines, unfired in hard case. Ah, a second Glock 30 joined the ranks of my collection. Now I have a brace of them. I really need to get a holster for each of them.


Norinco Type 56 S K S 7.62x39mm semi-auto, 20.5" barrel with folding bayonet and sling. I don't know how I missed it, the serial number on the receiver does not match the serial number on all the other parts; yet the number on all the other parts match one another. In other words the receiver was from one gun and all the other parts from one other gun. Oh well, it is a nice shooter in pretty good shape. probably a keeper although I may ell it at some time in the future. More likely though is that I'd gift it to Brendan.

Remington Model 29 12 Ga. takedown pump, 30" full barrel. Unfired by me as of yet. I had meant to take it down to AR over the Christmas holidays but grabbed the Remington model 31 by mistake and took that one along. That one is a nice shooter as I imagine so too will be this one.

Schmidt-Rubin Model 1911, 7.5mm, straight pull bolt action, 30.75" barrel. Unfired by me as of yet. Would like to get a field headspace gauge for it before shooting it - time will tell what I do with it.

Hopkins & Allen 12 Ga. single, 30" full barrel. Okay gun but will be selling it.


Ruger New Model Single-Six Convertible .22 LR, single action revolver with .22 Mag cylinder, 6.5" barrel, as new inbox. A truly nice find although I paid close to top dollar of its worth for it. Had some fun shooting it down in AR with the 22 WMR cylinder on it. Had already shot it at a local range near me with the 22 LR cylinder on it. Nice shooter.

Marlin Model 15YN Youth Gun .22 S,L,LR bolt action, 16" barrel, with magazine, as new. Unfired by me an likely to stay that way. Will probably be a gift for my grandson someday - if I m around long enough for his parents to let me give it to him when he is a bit older than is current ae of 2.

Henry .22 Magnum Lever - a lever action carbine, 19" round barrel, unfired in box. Well, it was unfired until I got it down to AR. Both Brendan and I loved it. No, I did not give I to him even though he said it is now number one on his wish list.

Browning BL-22 (Classic) .22 S,L,LR lever action, 20" barrel, with 4x scope, a beautiful gun, like new.

R.G. Model RG26 .25 ACP, 2.5" barrel with one magazine. Yes, yes, yes - I know that RG stands for rotten gun. An RG, probably the same model, was my first handgun back in about 1977 or so - same year I got my first car. I bought both in las Vegs and got rid of both somewhere back east, the same somewhere for each but somewhere will remain unnamed. I paid more than I had planned on by about double the price I had in mind but nostalgia had me go for it. It lives up to its name and is a piece of crap but I love it or a least love having it.

Most of the ones I still have will wind up being keepers; although, I am pretty sure a few of the remaining ones will be sold off as needed - likely to buy other guns.

All the best,
Glenn B

I Prefer The Thigh

All the best,
Glenn B

The Great Outdoors

Yes I do!

All the best,