BTW. I like what AB has done to the site since I have been absent. Here's another tiny bottle for your viewing pleasure. Has a chipped lip but I love irt anyways As usual, I wondering what year. But also if this is a pontil. TY
Dave, I think you got your AR's and AK's mixed up. You drinking Tequila too? My AK can fire ever if dropped in the sand. My AR.. Doubtful. My 1911 is holstered and doesn't get dirty. Either way, I can defend myself from crackhead scrappers.
I open carry a 1911 where legal myself. No telling what kind of idiot you may encounter in the woods or desert. Damned shame. If I am panning, The 1911 is accompanied by either an AR-15 W/30 round mags or an AK-47 with a 75 Rnd drum.
Hope I never have to use either....
Oh.. Forest rats. Those suckers get BIG! They can stand upon their hind legs and bite you on the knee. Great targets for the AR-15, But I have never eaten one. Now I'm curious...Does Garlic help? Or do you soak them in salt water to kill the wild taste?
LOL. Haven't found any launch keys... Yet. You would be amazed what you can find on old Government ranges...
P.S. I did have the grenade dissarmed by a friend that was Special Ops.
I may be dumb, But I'm not stupid!
Opossum is greasy, Not bad though. But rats? Not much meat on them... I've eaten Rattlesnake before, It wondered into our camp looking for the rabbit I just skinned. We had BBQ'ed bunny and roasted rattler for dinner. Never had a rat for dinner though. Do they taste like chicken too?
Why don't you make a deal with them. They keep the metal and you keep the bottles. Just tell ask to dig carefully and to let you know whenever they find glass. You will do the same if you find metal. Just don't tell them that some bottles are worth more than steel!