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Purchasing a Firearm

11 April 2013 - 06:27 PM

So recently after considering a few months about this, I have decided to purchase a firearm to do some simple target shooting this summer. (when I say "I", I really mean my parent would buy it, I already got the OK). With a budget of less than $500 what would be a easy shooter that is reliable, simple, and takes ammunition that doesn't cost a fortune. Being a eagle scout, I am not unfamiliar with firearms and have fired them on numerous occasions, but have yet to own one myself. My family already owns numerous rifles so maybe a handgun? I honestly am at a loss on this one(meaning brand, type, and caliber) and am just looking for another hobby this summer. Just looking at a hobby I can enjoy doing research on and making informed decisions(I love this stuff, like paintball, cars, and electronics). All input is greatly appreciated.

Country Music

17 March 2013 - 07:00 PM

Spring is finally coming to Michigan, and with that off roading weather. I would like some suggestions for a country music playlist I will put together for when in the bush. Some people I sometimes listen to include Luke Bryan, Zac Brown Band, Toby Keith, Jason Aldean, and Taylor Swift(haters hate). All recommendations will be taken into account :)

Car Talk. Real Talk.

08 January 2013 - 03:05 PM

Taking a break from paintball for the winter, my views on spending moneyz shift toward different ways to mess around. One of the one things I have found enjoyment in recently is adding various interior arrangements to my old cadillac. So far my list on the car includes tints, HID headlights, a new radio, and LEDs for under the dash lighting. Unfortunately now I have it a block in what to go onto next. The car came with a sub and amp, but the car already has plenty of bass to attract unwanted attention(aka. the police). What should I go onto next? I was personally thinking different fog light bulbs or maybe new mats. Money isn't a huge issue when you work although its min. wage. :( Oh yes, and lets take SAVING MONEY FOR COLLEGE OUT OF THE EQUATION. I have personally seen too many of these threads ending with the user being told by everyone bandwagoning to saving money and ends with very few responses regarding the actual topic. I am sorry for being rude, but would like a few good responses before being flamed as an idiot teenager who is uber wealthy and spoiled. I do understand times are tough, but when you don't have living or utility expenses, you end up with a surplus of cash. WORK=MONEY and I have chosen willingly spend a portion of that paycheck toward my vehicle. Hopefully I won't have too many saving related responses. Try to limit accessories to only a few hundred dollars at most, I'm not made of money.