#RuckTheFckUp (at LBT-Manufacturing Floor)
when people who call themselves Preppers tell me how much gear they intend to carry if something bad happens. This is what I picture.
I think it depends on what the situation is requiring the use of said prepper supplies. I think for the first week or so you could shelter in place if you are low key enough in most situations. But eventually you would have to leave your domicile unless you live on a close to self reliant farm. I think people will learn to part with everything but the necessities. I myself am guilty in having a lot more than I could effectively ruck long distance, so I think I need to cut my gear down greatly.
Much like the Mosin Nagant 91/30, the sheer amount of SKS rifles on the surplus market often leads to them being modified. This one at least has a scope mount that doesn’t alter the rifle permanently.
Got it all loaded up.
2 Glock 19 mags
North American Rescue IPOK
I was thinking of going this route with a battle belt.
Puppy enjoys listening to guitar
I CANT DEAL WITH THIS AMOUNT OF ADORABLE
I THINK MY HEART JUST STOPPED FROM THIS AMOUNT OF CUTENESS
Colt’s legendary snake-named revolvers have been sought after collector’s items for decades. Although most people are familiar with the Python, King Cobra, and Anaconda, the Colt Boa is a very rare variant of the Python, using a different frame. Supposedly only 600 were ever made. This rather impressive example actually has a going bid of $9,000 but it has yet to hit the reserve price. (GRH)
Recce inspired build
ive been meaning to make work-related comics forever, so enjoy some choice movie title bastardizations.
(these all actually, seriously, happened, with no humor or awareness on the part of the customer at the time as far as I could tell. so, yes, someone actually asked for a ticket to “Detergent” with a straight face.)
I worked in a theatre for 5 years and I can confirm that this literally happens with like, every other customer, it’s astounding.
The short recce was a concept of me and my Brothers dating back to 2002 to 2003 time frame when I was still active. I’ve been teaching this platform to various units for five years now. It was time for a new gun so here’s my newest version. Hits on B/C steel at 400 all day with little to no wind.