n11pilot wrote:Wow. I'm glad you've let us past the velvet rope. When I hear the word pistol I automatically think of the 1911. Funny I hardly ever think of combat tupperware.
Great job, Dillo.
Super Ordinary Guy wrote:n11pilot wrote:Wow. I'm glad you've let us past the velvet rope. When I hear the word pistol I automatically think of the 1911. Funny I hardly ever think of combat tupperware.
Great job, Dillo.
Combat Tupperware ????
I know you have a new training class on defending yourself against an attacker coming at you with fresh fruit but Combat Tupperware?? haven't seen that one yet
For those of you who haven't taken Pilots class on defending yourself against fresh fruit, here is his training film..
AeroDillo wrote:I'll admit to owning a piece of combat tupperware. It's my zombie gun and as of late it's what I use most at the range time. I love my 1911s, but with ammo forty and fifty bucks a box it's hard to justify the expense when I can get other calibers for markedly less.
That's also one reason the Thompson has been in mothballs for over a year now.
n11pilot wrote:The Model 10 was so ubiquitous it was issed to my Grandfather, My Father, and myself at different times by different organizations over a very long period.
AeroDillo wrote:Just as an update, I've started a blog where I can pester the world with my pixel-tweaking shenanigans. You can find it here:
As ever, comments and criticisms are welcome. For those interested, I'm also considered kicking off one with an aviation format. We'll see how that goes.
AeroDillo wrote:Gooooooooood. In that case....
Tell your friends with guns.
Tell your friends with computers.
Tell your friends who like airplanes, because if this one takes off I might see fit to start something similar for that dusty folder stuffed with classic aircraft line drawings.
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