Something Feral

Digging up the flower-beds.


Wednesday, February 11, 2009

When in doubt, empty the clip

- Just a few posts down, I had spun myself a perfectly fine snarky rant... Then I find that someone explored the general problem earlier, more eloquently, and with the benefit of seniority. Fortunately, everyone wins, except NPR, which will remain a colony of invertebrate inveterate sycophantic parasites.

- When I was a wee lad, I loved Garfield. It does not come as a surprise that I now enjoy this, in all of its perverse glory.

- Why has it taken so long for this to be developed?



- Fun with Keynesians.

6 comments:

SellCivilizationShort said...

The balance of short tubes is kept close to the pistol grip. The multiple tubes allow for exotic varieties of ammunition - incendiary, dust-busters, flechette, etc. It's truly a marvel of gunsmithing.

Elusive Wapiti said...

That was a great libertarian link. At least those of us who are Voxologisti aren't alone...

Something Feral said...

I'm sure that the revolving tube-magazine is illegal in the PRK. Fun ain't allowed out here, no-way, no-how.

We libertarians may be outnumbered, but we're not alone, and we're certainly not ill-equipped to handle the problem. To quote Chesty Puller, "All right, they're on our left, they're on our right, they're in front of us, they're behind us... They can't get away this time!"

Triton said...

For homogeneous loads, I think the twenty-round drum magazines would work just as well, and without having to be rotated like the mag in the video. The advantage to the new mag, like SCS said, is in having different loads in each part of the mag and being able to switch to one or the other at will.

Here's a neat toy for any of y'all who have piles of money laying around.

Something Feral said...

Ooh, that's nice! I wish I could afford it, and that I didn't live in the PRK, but I'm trying to fix both of those as soon as possible. But as long as I'm dreaming of things, an AA-12 wouldn't be too much to ask, I think...

Like I said, fun ain't allowed out here.

Speaking of piles of money, anyone ever do business with APMEX? I have a friend that's looking to buy silver, and he'd like some references.

Triton said...

Never heard of it. If I were going to buy gold or silver, I'd call Camino Coin.