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Discussion in 'Vintage Topic Archive (Sept - 2009)' started by ronco52, Oct 16, 2007.
I enjoyed the photos from before so here are a few to get it going again;
Found an add I liked also.
Can't have a threat about gun art without noting one of the most Sucessfull Japanese Anime projects in the history of the industry:
Watanabe's "Cowboy Bebop"- The show that made the Jerico 9mm, Winchester Defender and Kel-Tech Sub 2000 common terms in Japanese households that can't even legally get these guns in their own country. It was also one of the first Anime's that major European and American arms companies participated in consulting. Considered one of the first "world market" anime productions, Watanabe stated that his desire was to combine the best in Hong Kong action films, American "Film Noir" and gritty TV cop dramas, and Japanese primetime dramas into a style that he's always wanted to see: A hardcore crime story with no good guys or bad guys. Just people with a story to tell.
another comic cover
I used to love these guys
And who could forget this one
I like this one:
Buddy of mine who just yesterday got back home from his tour...
Ari: I used to have those Sgt Rock comics, and that particular M16A1 manual...I MAY still have that one.
I personally have the M16A2 manual, and it's still in the plastic, never been touched. My wife got it for me as it was just laying around her shop cluttering the place up. She asked her NCOIC if she could have it and sure enough, it's now in my gun closet. I love that thing. That's a piece of history of my very own right there.
septimius, Good photo of your son in action with proper safety gear. Looks like a wide open area for y'alls gun range.
Now you need a family photo, don't leave out that Pink Plinker. I bet your daughter has the only one on the forum!
how do you post photos from your hard drive
You need to host them at someplace like photobucket. Upload them there, and you can get the right link to post in the thread, bingo, picture shown. Need any more help, PM me.
I was able to recover the How to post pictures thread from the old forum. I'll be getting that back up here tonight sometime.
I got some of those! Still sealed in the issued wrapper!
Thought this one was great;
Friend of mine in Tucson does this stuff. It is mostly scrap metal.
You can see more at
No weapons but a Stickman with a will to win!
Karen soldiers near the Thai border, at their Manerplaw headquater. Young karens soldiers were used for security far behind the lines.
Photo found on the web.
One more for today.
That simply kicks arse man. I love it.