coffeeandspentbrass

peashooter85:

A four barrel muzzleloading percussion rifle and shotgun combo produced in the mid 19th century.  

The top two barrels are chambered for .45 caliber.  The bottom barrels are for 16 gauge shot.  The firearms has side by side barrels with two hammers actuated by two triggers.  To switch between rifle and shotgun the user manually turned the barrels into place.

i need one

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soldierporn:

The pinnacle of old school sex appeal.
A U.S. Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt II from the 75th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron, Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan flies a combat sortie over northeast Afghanistan. The A-10 Thunderbolt was activated into service in the US Air Force in 1976, and almost forty years later remains the sole aircraft specifically designed for close air support of ground forces.
(U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Jason Robertson, 7 JAN 2014.)

soldierporn:

The pinnacle of old school sex appeal.

A U.S. Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt II from the 75th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron, Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan flies a combat sortie over northeast Afghanistan. The A-10 Thunderbolt was activated into service in the US Air Force in 1976, and almost forty years later remains the sole aircraft specifically designed for close air support of ground forces.

(U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Jason Robertson, 7 JAN 2014.)

coffeeandspentbrass

Hunting because it’s fun and the meat tastes good.

whiskeyandspentbrass:

sturdy-wrists:

whiskeyandspentbrass:

It’s also more humane, and healthier than eating hormone injected meat.

There’s also the benefit to the targeted species population, as long as you’re killing (fuck “harvesting”) the right age/gender for that time.

Almost the exact same rules apply for fishing.

Guns & bows are fun, but… fishing > hunting

Yes! Population control is a major concern. Tag limits and hunting seasons are set up to best benefit the species being hunted/caught.

amen