“A keeper looks into your eyes and sees your soul”.
“Sometimes to get what you want the most, you have to do what you want the least”.
“If you haven’t walked in my shoes and followed the path I traveled, lived my sorrow, felt my pain, know who I lost, found, and now love, who are you to judge me?
“Pain is natures way of telling you that you are alive”.
“There is always something else you can try”.
“Disabled don’t mean incapable. To prove that, you run, and I’ll try to shoot you”.
“A.I. will kill us all”.
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing. The problem is what happens afterwards”.
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Tag Archives: pcp
I’ve stripping a PCP (pre-charged pneumatic) and found the previously shiny striker block worn down to the base metal and well grubby. Cleaning is OK as I use #0000 grade wire wool but I’ve got two questions for you. Is … Continue reading
The air weapons for my work have been stored all “winter” in their warm, dry cupboard. Only my main tool for accurate work is a pre-charged pneumatic Daystate Harrier. With the lighter HW35K Weihrauch as my general everything else “springer”. … Continue reading
As you can see I’m a little unhappy. Living in the UK, my choice of power in an air weapon (without some idiot claiming I own a firearm) is 6 foot pounds for a pistol and 12 foot pounds for … Continue reading
A search that led a person to browse the blog. “What causes inaccuracy in pcp rifles” In some sort of order? The finger on the trigger The person holding the stock Last night’s curry Seriously though and in order. The … Continue reading
A question that showed up in my dashboard. Um. . . a toughie one. There again it does depend on a number of factors. Power, Range, what lead you are using, and how good a shot are you. Now I’ve … Continue reading
Funny isn’t it how little things show up on your basic Stats that people may know little about and could cause a danger to end users. In this case the search string was “2000 psi hand pump grease”. Only what … Continue reading