Mixing calibers is not something i’d ever recommend trying unless you want to possibly hurt yourself. Interesting to see that it worked (this time) though.
Probably one of the few things involving “Guns” and “Flowers” in the same sentence which the hippies WOULDN’T embrace.
Some damn nice looking Lugers in the mix. That is a gun I definitely want to own some day, the grip angle looks like it would take some getting used to though.
I was contacted by Matt Collins, the owner of this collection (on a previous post) where I had this picture up:
In the post I mentioned how I had no idea what most of the ammo was, and it just so happens he has a page up at AR15.com (HERE) naming each one individually.
To get and idea of their relative size, the pic below is nice too:
In today’s climate I’d say a better campaign for schools in general would be “carry a gun, save lives”.
Not surprising that Jaleel White wasn’t in “Steve Urkel” mode for this ad.
Also, I’m so bad at that game… mostly because I have no patience with stuff that doesn’t really matter.
Since the shirt isn’t going to have any effect on the actual poachers of the tigers it seems like a pretty poor marketing campaign. I really expected more from Leo Burnett , the famous advertising agency that apparently did this for the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
I suppose it might work alright to generate awareness of the poaching problem… but I still fail to see what that will solve, unless there is a huge mainstream market for Siberian tiger stuff I am not aware of.