BREAKING :Iraq’s PM Maliki gives up his post, supports his successor Abadi - State TV


B00Mer
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Iraq’s PM Maliki gives up his post, supports his successor Abadi



Iraq’s Nour al-Maliki has announced his resignation from the post of Prime Minister of the embattled state in a speech on the state television. He stated that he supports his nominated replacement in the post Haider al-Abadi.

source: Iraq?s PM Maliki gives up his post, supports his successor Abadi - State TV ? RT News (external - login to view)

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LOL, somebody explained the difference on living to a ripe old age of 86 vs 6 feet of earth now (..and blame ISIS).
 
MHz
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He appears to be a draft dodger by partying it up in 'the West' instead of being on the front lines on the proxy war against Iran.

(in part)
Suffered under Saddam Born in 1952 in Baghdad, Mr Abadi studied electrical engineering at the University of Baghdad in 1975. In 1981, he completed a PhD at the University of Manchester in the UK. He worked as an industry adviser and consultant in the UK during this time.
For much of the 80s and 90s, he was exiled from Iraq because he was a member of the Islamic Dawa party, an Iraqi Shia opposition organisation.

BBC News - Haider al-Abadi: A new era for Iraq? (external - login to view)

A new player to the Riskchievious Board, clearly a US stuge but he is replacing a US stooge so he will be comprimised by ISIS who will be adopted as Iraq's Secret Police in Mossad's game of subversion attempts in the area. Did I mention Iraqi Rebels hostile towards Israel, there won't be be any that survive 'the purge' and Saddam's rule will seem like kindergarten compared to what Mossad brings to the table.

Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

LOL, somebody explained the difference on living to a ripe old age of 86 vs 6 feet of earth now (..and blame ISIS).

Take this advice and you can be a successful as Arial 'the Butcher' Sharron. Must be a long line at your door.
 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by MHzView Post

Take this advice and you can be a successful as Arial 'the Butcher' Sharron. Must be a long line at your door.

Feel free to join the line if you have the balls of a man.. you have now 3 times on this forum made some insinuation that you wished I was dead..

I'm not hiding, anyone can pull up a whois on any of my domains.. but you better be one hell of a good shot, because you won't get a second chance. We clear MegaHurt AKA dumbeaver.

...and I will shoot to kill. Not like your IDF roof top sniper.

 
MHz
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

Feel free to join the line if you have the balls of a man.. you have now 3 times on this forum made some insinuation that you wished I was dead..

I'm not hiding, anyone can pull up a whois on any of my domains.. but you better be one hell of a good shot, because you won't get a second chance. We clear MegaHurt AKA dumbeaver.

...and I will shoot to kill. Not like your IDF roof top sniper.

That would be 3 times your paranoia has bubbled up over the top. Now you see me and DB (beaver in Canada is a female btw, not that you'll ever trap any).
I need you alive and on the forum because you are a perfect role model.

If that is you in the pic you look a little too porky to be much of a bushman. For a second I thought you were inviting me out to a Moose hunt. You know we eat what we kill out here right. I'm from the foothills, that is all you need to know about my shooting abilities.

3 times, you're even got a list going do you? How many items before it's a conspiracy you mental fuk?

That would be 'your sniper'.
 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by MHzView Post

That would be 3 times your paranoia has bubbled up over the top. Now you see me and DB (beaver in Canada is a female btw, not that you'll ever trap any).
I need you alive and on the forum because you are a perfect role model.

If that is you in the pic you look a little too porky to be much of a bushman. For a second I thought you were inviting me out to a Moose hunt. You know we eat what we kill out here right. I'm from the foothills, that is all you need to know about my shooting abilities.

3 times, you're even got a list going do you? How many items before it's a conspiracy you mental fuk?

That would be 'your sniper'.

Honestly, I doubt you could shoot or fight your way out of a wet paper bag.. you're all talk.

Foothills, squirrels and gophers with a .22 at best, big game. (sorry Gopher)

Moose hunt, hell yeah, up in Grand Prairie, AB. I promise not to pull a Dick Cheney on you.

Never claimed to be a bushman.. Trucker and military experience from when I was younger and less porky.

 
Locutus
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e-sniping, e-I can beat your a s s, e-beatings, e-rections, e-low-orbit-impact-cannon, e-mace, e-flexing, e-knuckles gaming, e-pe-nises ...it's all so exciting...and futile.

have an e-day guys.
 
gopher
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

Honestly, I doubt you could shoot or fight your way out of a wet paper bag.. you're all talk.

Foothills, squirrels and gophers with a .22 at best, big game. (sorry Gopher)













Shocking!
 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by LocutusView Post

e-sniping, e-I can beat your a s s, e-beatings, e-rections, e-low-orbit-impact-cannon, e-mace, e-flexing, e-knuckles gaming, e-pe-nises ...it's all so exciting...and futile.

have an e-day guys.

e-sobering..

How's that going for you?? Hope you are doing well and sticking to it..
 
Praxius
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

Feel free to join the line if you have the balls of a man.. you have now 3 times on this forum made some insinuation that you wished I was dead..

I'm not hiding, anyone can pull up a whois on any of my domains.. but you better be one hell of a good shot, because you won't get a second chance. We clear MegaHurt AKA dumbeaver.

...and I will shoot to kill. Not like your IDF roof top sniper.

Pfft... a real man doesn't need ear or eye protection.
 
Locutus
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

e-sobering..

How's that going for you?? Hope you are doing well and sticking to it..

when I did that thread it was not to say I had any sort of slip...only the reality that you're only as sober and clean as the time you've been up on a particular day...that any number of years, number of tries at sobriety, levels of eliteness and luxury of a treatment center has little to do with the obvious reality of a day's sobriety...I'm as clean as the next newcomer who's trying...my desire to stay clean and sober is no greater or better than his or hers...addiction does not discriminate...having said that, 'I'm sailing along nicely by the grace of god since 1986.
 
Praxius
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

Honestly, I doubt you could shoot or fight your way out of a wet paper bag.. you're all talk.

Foothills, squirrels and gophers with a .22 at best, big game. (sorry Gopher)

Moose hunt, hell yeah, up in Grand Prairie, AB. I promise not to pull a Dick Cheney on you.

Never claimed to be a bushman.. Trucker and military experience from when I was younger and less porky.

My father and brother were members of the Nova Scotia Highlanders (1st Battalion), my father trained other soldiers in the various firearms used in the Canadian Forces as well as hand to hand combat. My brother was in the 1996 Canada Games for air rifle and if I chose to stick with it all, I would have ended up in the Games as I was slightly better than my brother.

But we all have formal (myself informal/unofficial) training in Hand to Hand and all have formal training with various firearms and sharpshooting. My cousin also served in Afghanistan in Kandahar. Military, Firearms, Combat is in the family's blood for generations.

.... but I decided to draw pretty pictures with my training instead. Still haven't forgotten a thing though.

One thing my father taught me was not to pull any fancy crap in a fight, just go for the quickest and easiest action to disable the threat and leave them no chance to cause harm. If your health or life is at risk, then there are no such things as a cheap or dirty tactic. Only quick and effective.

A few years back I got stuck in one of Halifax's wonderful "Swarms" by 5 19-20 year old punks who were drunk and wanted to show how bad azz they were. I ended up with a bruised ear.... the instigator ended up with his bottom lip being split off his jaw when my foot drove it into his teeth, meanwhile his buddies were too scared to get within arms reach, which eventually the police showed up and dealt with the rest after my girlfriend at the time had them on the cell & told her to head down the street away from the conflict.

There.... since we're all going on about our:
 
Kreskin
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Quote: Originally Posted by PraxiusView Post

Pfft... a real man doesn't need ear or eye protection.

A real man doesn't need a gun. All he needs is

 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by KreskinView Post

A real man doesn't need a gun.

EH?? You do realize that shooting is an Olympic sport

Quote: Originally Posted by PraxiusView Post

My father and brother were members of the Nova Scotia Highlanders (1st Battalion), my father trained other soldiers in the various firearms used in the Canadian Forces as well as hand to hand combat. My brother was in the 1996 Canada Games for air rifle and if I chose to stick with it all, I would have ended up in the Games as I was slightly better than my brother.

Respect!! In so many ways man.

1. Military

2. You're a Maritimer.

Yeah my family has a rich military background.. and New Brunswick well is where my family is from.

I'd share some dulse with ya...

 
petros
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Quote: Originally Posted by KreskinView Post

A real man doesn't need a gun. All he needs is

As a gag gift I bought a bottle of that stuff at a garage sale last year. Turns out his gal likes it.
 
Kreskin
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Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

As a gag gift I bought a bottle of that stuff at a garage sale last year. Turns out his gal likes it.

Ha ha, just like the old commercial.

Hai Karate - vintage TV commercial - YouTube

 
B00Mer
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I'm guessing your family members were stationed close to home..??

1st Battalion, The Nova Scotia Highlanders (North) | Reserve Unit | 36 Canadian Brigade Group | 5th Canadian Division | Canadian Army (external - login to view)

I mean you didn't say Garrison Petawawa.

Garrison Petawawa (external - login to view)
 
Colpy
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Quote: Originally Posted by PraxiusView Post

Pfft... a real man doesn't need ear or eye protection.

....which is why my almost 60 year old self drives my co-workers crazy yelling "WHAT??" at them.

I'm a real man.

A real deaf man.
 
Praxius
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

Respect!! In so many ways man.

1. Military

2. You're a Maritimer.

Yeah my family has a rich military background.. and New Brunswick well is where my family is from.

I'd share some dulse with ya...

I miss Dulse.... and Solomon Gundy..... and Donairs & Garlic Fingers. :P

Despite the Muslim, Israel, Gaza and other crap being flung around, I got no beef with ya
 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by PraxiusView Post

I miss Dulse.... and Solomon Gundy..... and Donairs & Garlic Fingers. :P

My parents send it to me every summer, no matter where I am..

Dalhousie, NB used to go digging clams on Eal River Bar as a kid. Miss the Clams, Periwinkles, Lobster all dipped in melted butter.. Dulse, fishing for Flounder at the end of the warf.

Driving the Cabot Trail, going to Grand Manan, Cavendish National Park and St. John & Halifax.

When I lived in Ontario, yeah the Donairs (Beaver Tails) on the Redo Canal, and Perch Rolls after a day on the St Lawrence river and an afternoon swim.

You know you never know how lucky you are to be Canadian and to have had all those experiences, travelling from coast to coast and various countries..

We are lucky to be Canadian, regardless of politics ..
 
Praxius
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

I'm guessing your family members were stationed close to home..??

1st Battalion, The Nova Scotia Highlanders (North) | Reserve Unit | 36 Canadian Brigade Group | 5th Canadian Division | Canadian Army (external - login to view)

I mean you didn't say Garrison Petawawa.

Garrison Petawawa (external - login to view)

My cousin who was in Afghanistan was in the Regular Forces while my Brother/Father were in the Reserves, stationed in New Glasgow. My cousin worked at the Kandahar AirField while her Ex operated one of the Leopard 2 Tanks.

My brother was originally stationed in New Glasgow, went to Gagetown for a while, then moved & transferred to Toronto for a while before he left the reserves.

My father was also in New Glasgow for most of his time in the Militia, but regularly was in Gagetown to train the new recruits. He told me of a story of when he was in firearms training that there were a dozen or so civilians trying to get their firarms license further down the range from them who were trying to shoot bear and deer targets that were 1/4 the distance that he and his group were shooting from. They couldn't hit sh*t and a couple of them walked up to him and asked if he could shoot some of the targets for some money so they could get their licenses. He told them to fk off & didn't want some liability out in the woods shooting other hunters due to incompetence.

Tragic irony is that he was also a regular hunter and he and his best friend were out one time when I was young hunting. Both had fluro orange hats and vests and were walking through the woods side by side when another hunter shot his best friend with a shotgun (buckshot) from behind. The guy apologized and said he thought they were deer. His friend survived although fk'd up his ability to properly walk for the rest of his life due to hitting the spine (among other areas)

He never went hunting again after that..... can't say I could blame him. It could have been him that was shot.... plus the fact he had to try and help his bleeding friend out of the woods so emergency crews could eventually get him to the hospital. That sorta thing will be with you for life.

Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

My parents send it to me every summer, no matter where I am..

Dalhousie, NB used to go digging clams on Eal River Bar as a kid. Miss the Clams, Periwinkles, Lobster all dipped in melted butter.. Dulse, fishing for Flounder at the end of the warf.

Driving the Cabot Trail, going to Grand Manan, Cavendish National Park and St. John & Halifax.

When I lived in Ontario, yeah the Donairs (Beaver Tails) on the Redo Canal, and Perch Rolls after a day on the St Lawrence river and an afternoon swim.

You know you never know how lucky you are to be Canadian and to have had all those experiences, travelling from coast to coast and various countries..

We are lucky to be Canadian, regardless of politics ..

Agreed.... my mom's coming from Canada for about two weeks to visit and see her grandson, and will be bringing some stuff back from Canada. Every so often I get a box filled with stuff like Coffee Crisps, Kraft Dinner, Maple Cookies, etc.

They have Kraft Dinner here, but it takes like utter crap and it's no wonder why it's not a big thing outside of Canada (Nobody knows how to do it right)

But guess what is here in Australia?



Small world.... eh?

Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post

....which is why my almost 60 year old self drives my co-workers crazy yelling "WHAT??" at them.

I'm a real man.

A real deaf man.

 
MHz
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

Honestly, I doubt you could shoot or fight your way out of a wet paper bag.. you're all talk.

Foothills, squirrels and gophers with a .22 at best, big game. (sorry Gopher)

Moose hunt, hell yeah, up in Grand Prairie, AB. I promise not to pull a Dick Cheney on you.

Never claimed to be a bushman.. Trucker and military experience from when I was younger and less porky.

.22's are cool
I'd been more tempted to float down the Smokey with a 50pak of beer or jump on your golfcart and wander around the bush that way.

I can appreciate you not shooting me and all but if an accident should happen be sure to gut me before help arrives. That's so I don't have to apologize to you for having to shoot me in the face in the first place. (that is the way the original script went down)
Moose look better on film although being very lean it makes a great chile once you cook it for about 4 hours.
You drive cause you'll be too drunk to sing.
More about knowing which way to walk than being able to walk endlessly. I already know I'm driving everyplace I'm going so I won't be sayin, '. . . another fuking hill, wtf is with all the fuking hills, and wtf do they all look the same? You might be the sniper that gets me but I'm not going to run just so I die tired. Could get that cart to a few places where it would be a 10k shot so a remote camera would be essential if you wanted to know where the round went. If you had a bunker you could shoot from there and that would keep the forest quiet. Seriously how many clips before you got a little bored? Lots of other things to do than that, some require you sign a waiver so safety meetings do have a reason but GPS makes getting lost nearly impossible, impossible if you can get to high ground.

As a trucker you could probably appreciate some of the roads under icy conditions and a gross of 200,000. Don't get me wrong the industries keeps the roads in very good condition or they are closed. They move around from year to year also so not all. Military and Prison, they both make people **** about making their beads wrinkle free. lol He may have ended up being a mass murderer but damn were his corners ever nice.

I'd probably be shooting from a sitting position just because I wobble when I stand.

You are in a bit of a pickle here. If I stop referencing Gaza and reference the Ukraine for my rants about various injustices done to civilians they you are going to agree with the basic thought. Only when Gaza is referenced will the blanket denial come out. I also don't see the people of the Ukraine letting this go on for very long at all, a year perhaps, certainly not a decade which was Gaza's warm-up period.

As for this thread, it still works out that ISIS is an asset to the West and more to Israel than to the CIA. Someplace they have to 'make nice' to the 'puppet gov' on display in Iraq. Luckily just leaving Syria as one group and putting on a different t-shirt they were given a new identity by the western media when really it was the same mercenaries that Israel said they could sent to Libya tto 'help the government forces'.

Exposed! Dutch Justice Ministry Employee Says ISIS A ‘Zionist’ Creation! | InvestmentWatch (external - login to view)
“ISIS has nothing to do with Islam. It’s part of a plan by Zionists who are deliberately trying to blacken Islam’s name,” wrote Haifi, who described herself on the social network LinkedIn as an activist for the Dutch Labor Party, or PvdA.
Haifi later removed her original message, explaining, “I realize the political sensitivity in connection with my work. That was not my intention.”

Read more at Exposed! Dutch Justice Ministry Employee Says ISIS A ‘Zionist’ Creation! | InvestmentWatch (external - login to view)
 
B00Mer
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My family is down their for the summer... they send you a pic from the Bay of Fundy.

Near St. Andrews.



Oh Christ and MegaHurtz is back.. the threads going down hill from here.

Quote: Originally Posted by MHzView Post

.22's are cool

They are only cool for target practice and cheap ammo.

Oh and you never want to shoot for the head.. to small of target. Shoot to kill is a chest shot, middle to heart will do the job.



10 yards, 4" barrel 0.22

That pic at the range. GLOCK 9mm. My favorite.

I don't know if you have a Canadian Firearms license, if you do (God help us), go to the range and see if they have a McMillan Tac-50 to try and shoot with.. lots of fun.
Last edited by B00Mer; Aug 14th, 2014 at 08:46 PM..
 
Praxius
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When I was first being trained to use firearms at the age of.... erm.... 11 or 12, I was using a Lee Enfield modified to .22 rounds with iron sights prone.... shooting these sort of targets:



Started on the big single one, then after a few weeks I moved up to the smaller ones on the left.

The thing was that these weren't set to 10 metres, but about 20 metres at the Pictou County Military Association Rifle Range. The smaller ones just looked like black blobs at that distance through iron sights, but I still somehow ended up shooting pretty accurately and always in the black.

When I was in Basic Camp in Air Cadets (CFB Greenwood) around the time, we had range one day which was the same day our parents were invited to come in and see us near the end of the 2 weeks. They had the larger single targets shown in the top of this post for us to shoot at a distance of about 10 metres.... fk'n easiest thing ever. I had the best grouping and accuracy out of 50 odd kids there. I set them down for about two seconds as I went to greet my parents, then went to show them the targets and some d*ckhead kid swapped my targets for their BS swiss cheese crap..... I should have damn well signed it right away.

Oh well.
 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by PraxiusView Post

When I was first being trained to use firearms at the age of.... erm.... 11 or 12, I was using a Lee Enfield modified to .22 rounds with iron sights prone.... shooting these sort of targets:

Some ranges won't allow the silhouette targets.. but if a guy is robbing you at gun point, he ain't wearing a target on his chest now is he.. you have to think fast, but always take that extra second to aim.

Folks think they just need to point and shoot and the bullet will find it's target.
 
Praxius
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

Some ranges won't allow the silhouette targets.. but if a guy is robbing you at gun point, he ain't wearing a target on his chest now is he.. you have to think fast, but always take that extra second to aim.

Folks think they just need to point and shoot and the bullet will find it's target.

I wouldn't mind finding a range here in Australia to get back into things, but their more stringent on firearms than Canada.... you even need to register knives ffs.
 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by PraxiusView Post

The thing was that these weren't set to 10 metres, but about 20 metres at the Pictou County Military Association Rifle Range.

Were you shooting a rifle?? If you were shooting a hand gun, what length barrel, what caliber. Your accuracy is diminished with a shorter barrel.

A rifle, 20 yards?? I would think 50 yards.

That silhouette target was with a 0.22 at 10 yards.

forums.canadiancontent.net/ho...gun-range.html (external - login to view)

Sorry 3" (..and we're not talking Gopher's d*ck size)

Had to adjust the adjust windage and elevation after buying the gun and it was a good gun.. sold it before I returned to Canada..

Some of my guns are still in storage in the US, but dumped about half.
Last edited by B00Mer; Aug 14th, 2014 at 10:15 PM..
 
gopher
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Now that he is no longer in power it's time to put al-Maliki on trial for his role in the USA embassy bombings in Beirut and Kuwait. After all, there is no statute of limitations for murder and justice must be served.
 
Praxius
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

Were you shooting a rifle?? If you were shooting a hand gun, what length barrel, what caliber. Your accuracy is diminished with a shorter barrel.

A rifle, 20 yards?? I would think 50 yards.

That silhouette target was with a 0.22 at 10 yards.

forums.canadiancontent.net/ho...gun-range.html (external - login to view)

Sorry 3" (..and we're not talking Gopher's d*ck size)

Had to adjust the adjust windage and elevation after buying the gun and it was a good gun.. sold it before I returned to Canada..

Some of my guns are still in storage in the US, but dumped about half.

Was using a Lee Enfield with a modified .22 barrel at around 20 yards / 18-19 metres, prone position with iron sights.... being 11 years old, it was difficult but still did better than all the other kids

Was trained here:
Pictou County Military Association Rifle Range
novascotia.cioc.ca/record/STE0026?UseCICVw=3& (external - login to view)
20 Yard Indoor Range
Contact person noted in the link, Joe Arnold... was a close friend of my dad's and helped train my brother during the '96 Canada Games. Didn't seem to like me all that much though.

I'm half tempted to sign up to one of the rifle ranges here and get a license / rifle and maybe when my son's older, get him involved. My wife hates guns, but whatever :P

The Victorian Police department has a range open to the public... and there's a store here selling a Canadian Savage 93 bolt action rimfire rifle for $390.... hmmm.....

My wife also has some relatives who live out in the bush and do regular hunting who said they'd take me out sometime. Need a licence still.

Kinda paranoid of their deadly snakes and spiders though... I'd rather go up against a coyote, bear or wolf than one of those damn things. At lest I can see them coming.
Last edited by Praxius; Aug 14th, 2014 at 10:31 PM..
 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by PraxiusView Post

Was using a Lee Enfield with a modified .22 barrel at around 20 yards / 18-19 metres, prone position with iron sights.... being 11 years old, it was difficult but still did better than all the other kids

When I was in the Cadets I won the smallest Turkey for the worst shot when I was 9 or 10.. I improved considerable since then.

yeah, a Lee Enfield rifle.

The silhouette was with a hand gun. The 0.22 High Standard I picked up.. I picked it up at the gun show in Ft. Worth, TX.. a revolver 9 shot.. it looked nice.

Quote: Originally Posted by PraxiusView Post

Was trained here:
Pictou County Military Association Rifle Range
Pictou County Military Association Rifle Range (external - login to view)
20 Yard Indoor Range
Contact person noted in the link, Joe Arnold... was a close friend of my dad's and helped train my brother during the '96 Canada Games. Didn't seem to like me all that much though.

I'm half tempted to sign up to one of the rifle ranges here and get a license / rifle and maybe when my son's older, get him involved. My wife hates guns, but whatever :P

The Victorian Police department has a range open to the public... and there's a store here selling a Canadian Savage 93 bolt action rimfire rifle for $390.... hmmm.....

My wife also has some relatives who live out in the bush and do regular hunting who said they'd take me out sometime. Need a licence still.

Kinda paranoid of their deadly snakes and spiders though... I'd rather go up against a coyote, bear or wolf than one of those damn things. At lest I can see them coming.

It's fun..

I was sitting on my couch at home, door open in Texas, cleaning my guns.. The Pizza guys just walks into my apartment and dam near ****s himself. He just walked in. I had a bore cleaner, cleaning the cylinders.

Didn't mean to scare him, but his face.. I'll never forget it.
 
Praxius
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Quote: Originally Posted by b00merView Post

it's fun..

I was sitting on my couch at home, door open in texas, cleaning my guns.. The pizza guys just walks into my apartment and dam near ****s himself. He just walked in. I had a bore cleaner, cleaning the cylinders.

Didn't mean to scare him, but his face.. I'll never forget it.

You're fk'n late with my pizza b*tch!!!
 
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