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This is money:

Winchester-Pumpkin-Spiced-Ammunition

Not real of course haha.  I hope everyone emails Winchester and begs them to make it though.  Can you imagine the basic bitch outrage there would be on the news?  That alone would be incredible.

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This is dumb:

HipsterYou can read the useless article about the video here if you want, but to sum it up he had this brainy idea for the “Ghost of Gun Control” because he was fascinated and inspired by the story of Sarah Winchester and the mansion she built to confuse the ghosts that she thought were haunting her and her family.

What an amazingly hipster video too. *yawn*

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Source – TMZ

As some of you probably know, Mel Gibson is in some hot water since his girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva accused him of domestic violence.  Naturally the court ordered that his weapons be confiscated…

Nice variety of guns.  When I first saw the story I figured I was going to be in for some Bejeweled deagles and basterdized 1911s. Wait… the Deagle is Israeli though, Mel wouldn’t be down for that (see what I did there?).

It’s funny when the police confiscate innocuous items like carrying cases and brushes.

The best part though is that everything is Blu Steel… I immediately thought this:

I’m pretty sure I’ve referenced Zoolander a few times on this blog. If you don’t get the references please do yourself a favor and rent/buy/or watch it online for $3… it’s hilarious.

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If you aren’t already watching the AMC show Breaking Bad, then you should get caught up. The show is absolutely incredible.  At first I was a bit skeptical, considering one of the main characters “Walt” (played by Bryan Cranston) was previously known to me as the dad on the goofy fox comedy show “Malcolm in the Middle”.  Let me tell you though, his performance in this show as a drug manufacturer / high school teacher does not disappoint.

In the most recent episode ( Season 3, Episode 7 ) a fast talking gun dealer gives a Black Talon bullet by the name of “Black Death” to the Mexican hitmen.  I transcribed the scene the best I could:

I’m runnin’ a special on these little honeys.  JHPs.  Hollow point bullets known by the names as black death.

Check it out.  You like that? So sweet you wanna lick it.

Nickle plated brass casing, Lubalox coat (unintelligible)

Sucker has six ranger claws that expand upon impact.

Shred your (unintelligible) head like a cabbage.

I’m not going describe any more of the episode, because I don’t want to spoil it… you should definitely check the series out!

  • Buy Season 1 and 2 on DVD on Amazon – HERE
  • Hi-def Blue-ray seasons (which I recommend) – HERE and HERE

More on Winchester Black Talon ammunition – HERE

The current lineup of Winchester Ranger ammunition – HERE

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A comic book put out by Winchester in 1957, outlines safety rules, and some fun ideas.

Most of the material is still relevant today, except for on page 9:

Something tells me that wouldn’t go over well today… wow times have changed.

Full PDF (21 MB) – HERE (let me know if the link goes down, and I’ll upload it to my own server)

For another old school comic book, make sure to check out the Army’s M-16 Rifle Maintenance Booklet  – Treat Your Rifle Like A Lady

Hat Tip: SayUncle

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