With the new year rapidly approaching my lair deep in the heart of North Carolina,
I want to share with you some of the things the new year will bring at NAFOM
I have been amassing some guns to review, as anyone who has read this blog before knows, I like strange stuff.
My newest acquisition has been a Tanaka Colt Combat Python, 3" in Midnight gold.
Was shooting for a modern PI style with this pic, Kind of a updated "Last Boy Scout" look
I also have a dozen or so revolvers to add to the review mix, in addition to a Digicon straight, a Calico 1000, AGM Sten and some other oddities I have picked up here and there.
SHOT show is coming fast, 16 days and counting until the trek to Las Vegas begins again.
I will try and update you from the show, so keep a close eye on this site on January 18th thru the 23ed.
My goal this year is to do one review every two weeks,
I never make my goals but some doctor somewhere
( court appointed, more than likely)
told me it was good to have goals.
Here are a few guns I will not be reviewing
This is the new desert eagle in 50 cal BMG, grip is a little slim for my taste.
A Practical AK, but I am not a big AK fan
Please join me in the new year, and tell all your friends to come on by,
we should have a laugh or two and maybe you will pick up some info you didn't know about.
And remember, always have a backup plan,
I hope the new year is the best one so far for you, may you never run out of battery power in a skirmish,
may your GBB's always stay lubed
and may all your bb's fly true.
As I just turned another year older, this is what I have to look forward to this year
I have to add a addendum to this post.
After reading a lot of the blogs I follow tonight, I have found that most of them have HUGE plans for 2011.
Writing books, opening stores, having movies made about their blog ,
everyone has better goals than I set for myself.
So here are my new goals.
I have been talking with my dog Chance ( Dollie, the female puppy wants nothing to do with this) and we are going to
TAKE OVER THE WORLD.
I got the idea when Geoff, the metal mohawk haired robot on the Craig Ferguson show, started sending me coded signals thru my new HD TV.
I will release more info on the plan later, as I will need more henchmen for my plans of
(That's better than any old movie, book or store any day)
Stay Thirsty My Friends.