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Magwa

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  1. Magwa

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    I am at the age that my mind is still go go go but my body is say whoa!!!! I ignore the stupid body and weed wack 3 acres wrestle firewood, F&G keeps calling me back to work so now I am doing 10 hour days my mind says you are doing good my body says you are a puss pick up the pace,I am confused who do I listen too they are both liars! P.S and getting up at 04.00 and trying to catch salmon before work or going to work at 05.00 and trying to catch one after work then eat dinner go to bed rinse and repeat......it used to be soooooooo easy I conclude I am a puss now!
  2. Oh and my buddies is FDE........ just saying...
  3. shot a buddies FN version sweet pistol....
  4. Those look awesome I love the folder......
  5. Hmmm 6.8 right between 6.5 and 7mm I am sure it will fly well but does it make 5.56 obsolete? i don't think so but it will be interesting to see what production at lake city does... 6.8 will be like a cross between 6.5 Creed and 284 winchester...
  6. Keep telling yourself it is just the sun ,just the sun ,just the sun..... yeah right you old Fuker......lol
  7. very sexy rifle and very functional
  8. And this one is for all you players out there that just love good fret work this song is amazing..
  9. Black Sabbath just for the gut punch sheer power And one of my all time favorite player of guitar driven Blues Mr. Stevie Ray Vaughn
  10. Very cool concept just a matter of time till they were used in this capacity... Rokons were used in the Gulf there were some surplus for sale here years ago all camo painted ...
  11. round pin square hole it matters not mission accomplished Oh to be young again.. they have all the respect I can muster.....
  12. That is some awesome $hit right there hell we still have snow on our Steel range and you Fukers are in shorts and t shirts...... way to go sounds like you guys smashed it...
  13. yep that right there is it!
  14. I am in the same boat with that just plain did not see it coming, but for a laugh that pic worked just got through cleaning coffee off the counter top and floor ,at least i missed the computer!
  15. I love these guys period!
  16. Welcome from Idaho....on the Rez
  17. That right there is great content.. I could eat this stuff for all three meals every day...
  18. I have one on all my rifles just love em....
  19. Indeed amazing men doing their jobs on a unreal level under the worst conditions it is simply mind blowing what these men have done...
  20. That is a great video, we should listen with great intent... Chief Tecumseh Quote, Listen to the voice of duty, of honor, of nature and of your endangered country. Let us form one body, one heart, and defend to the last warrior our country, our homes, our liberty, and the graves of our fathers. <> Those words apply as well today as they did in 1791
  21. A Choctaw Warriors story. Van T. Barfoot's Medal of Honor citation: For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of life above and beyond the call of duty on 23 May 1944, near Carano, Italy. With his platoon heavily engaged during an assault against forces well entrenched on commanding ground, 2d Lt. Barfoot (then Tech. Sgt.) moved off alone upon the enemy left flank. He crawled to the proximity of 1 machinegun nest and made a direct hit on it with a hand grenade, killing 2 and wounding 3 Germans. He continued along the German defense line to another machinegun emplacement, and with his tommygun killed 2 and captured 3 soldiers. Members of another enemy machinegun crew then abandoned their position and gave themselves up to Sgt. Barfoot. Leaving the prisoners for his support squad to pick up, he proceeded to mop up positions in the immediate area, capturing more prisoners and bringing his total count to 17. Later that day, after he had reorganized his men and consolidated the newly captured ground, the enemy launched a fierce armored counterattack directly at his platoon positions. Securing a bazooka, Sgt. Barfoot took up an exposed position directly in front of 3 advancing Mark VI tanks. From a distance of 75 yards his first shot destroyed the track of the leading tank, effectively disabling it, while the other 2 changed direction toward the flank. As the crew of the disabled tank dismounted, Sgt. Barfoot killed 3 of them with his tommygun. He continued onward into enemy terrain and destroyed a recently abandoned German fieldpiece with a demolition charge placed in the breech. While returning to his platoon position, Sgt. Barfoot, though greatly fatigued by his Herculean efforts, assisted 2 of his seriously wounded men 1,700 yards to a position of safety. Sgt. Barfoot's extraordinary heroism, demonstration of magnificent valor, and aggressive determination in the face of point-blank fire are a perpetual inspiration to his fellow soldiers." This 1944 Medal of Honor citation, listed with the National Medal of Honor Society, is for Second Lieutenant Van T. Barfoot, 157th Infantry, 45th Infantry. As a Native American Indian recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor, Mr. Barfoot is one of only five American Indians that have been distinguished by receiving the United States' highest military honor (the Medal of Honor) during the 20th century. Awarded by the United States Congress for military heroism "above and beyond the call of duty," these American Indian warriors exhibited extraordinary bravery in the face of the enemy and, in two cases, made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.
  22. Deadpool was hilarious..... all the best to the young man being a Joker I hope he knows payback is a wild eyed woman.....
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