Discussion in 'Arts & Crafts' started by Gracie, Nov 9, 2017.
Mostly 7mm and 9mm. It's pounds, for sure.
I try to keep 500 rounds of each caliber I own guns for, except 223, I keep 1000 rounds of that because my AR15 loves to eat ammo. I keep 500 rounds of 9mm in 147 grain for my Baretta 92FS, and 500 9mm in 115 grain for my S&W Shield. I collect the brass as I shoot and just reload that. Every once in a while I go to the range and buy 10 pounds of assorted brass to replenish my stock.
I’ve never owned a 7mm or a 10, but I’ve had the pleasure of shooting a 10mm some time ago.
I make the absolute best grain and sugar free pancakes known to man.
Love, is the first thing that came to my mind. Sorry, no pictures.
That is very beautiful Gracie you are talented.
That's amazing Gracie. Hope you signed it somehow. Someday it'll go for 5 figures at Sothebys !!!!! I'll outbid those damn Russians. Belongs in "merica"...
What about bacon?
I cannot look as I'm frightened of the response:
People who do not like bacon are not normal and so they should be airdropped into Gitmo, um thinking again fuck Gitmo and reopen and airdrop them on Devil's Island
I design products from theory. There are lots of hands involved in that. Most are medical devices that go into most every cytology/radiology/DNA lab that a hospital has. But also signal/image processing equipment. Designed one of the first "dental cameras" that every dentist has now. One of the first electronic finger print readers. Did research for identifying people by their foot pressure patterns as they walk.
This pic is in my USMB albums. Did several "virtual reality" stereo viewers for simulation and other applications.
Still had a few loose wires at that point. And it's always a bad hair day when you're taking that thing on/off 25 times a day..
Sounds great. Especially the bass.
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