Thursday, January 31, 2013

Sigh...Once Again Fashion Eludes Me


I'm heartbroken that my VersaMax is in boring black instead of zombie pink. I do my best, but fashion apparently slips through my fingers. My VersaMax is going to get overhauled by my friend Mark at Carbon Arms. He's been working on a replacement mag tube for the 'Max that incorporates the extension (he has the prototype on his shotgun).


7 comments:

Publicola said...

Mr. Bane,
Cheer up - it is easier to accessorize with basic black ya know. Give it enough time & black will once again be the new pink.

(Personally I'm just gonna wait out the remaining 6 months until my leopard skin Tyrolean hat is back in style. I even have matching puttees!) ;)

In the meantime, have you considered a pair of pink sidewinders & a bright orange pair of pants? :D

Flash Powder Hal said...

"In the meantime, have you considered a pair of pink sidewinders & a bright orange pair of pants?" - props to Billie Joel.

"gunner" said...

i could send you my old russian blaze orange fur hunting hat.

DamDoc said...

OK.. I have a question.. im not a dope or IT illiterate, but i couldnt figure out how to do a custom letter at the Ruger site.. any hints?

Bob said...

Nothing to do with fashion, lots to do about guns.

In today's Washington Post, (Sunday 03 Feb) there is a column by George Will. It mentions Chicago's divesting itself of funds that have gun companies in their portfolio.




Smith & Wesson & Ruger was mentioned.



I know little about investing, but when I looked at the rate of return it seemed reasonable.




Ruger (RGR) was $6.46 when the president first took office & is now selling for $51.09 +691%


Smith & Wesson (SWHC) was $2.45 when the president first took office & is now selling for $8.76 +258%



I will be buying some shares of both this week.




The article mentions Chicago's pension fund divesting itself of companies that sell guns, regardless of profitability.




I believe it sends a good message to Washington that we will support those.



Just a thought.




BTW, I will be shooting my Smith & Wesson M&P today.

Bob said...

In today's Washington Post, (Sunday 03 Feb) there is a column by George Will. It mentions Chicago's divesting itself of funds that have gun companies in their portfolio.




Smith & Wesson & Ruger was mentioned.



I know little about investing, but when I looked at the rate of return it seemed reasonable.




Ruger (RGR) was $6.46 when the president first took office & is now selling for $51.09 +691%


Smith & Wesson (SWHC) was $2.45 when the president first took office & is now selling for $8.76 +258%



I will be buying some shares of both this week.




The article mentions Chicago's pension fund divesting itself of companies that sell guns, regardless of profitability.




I believe it sends a good message to Washington that we will support those.



Just a thought.




BTW, I will be shooting my Smith & Wesson M&P today.

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