8mm Mauser chambered AK variant, this rifle is a Mitchell Arms import. These are extremely rare and considered one of the “holy grails” Yugoslavian rifles, and AK’s for that matter. While a U.S made M76 can cost around $1,500 to $1,800, the real-deal-made-in-Yugoslavia examples that Mitchell Arms brought into the U.S will be in the $4,000 to $5,000+ range. However the owner of this rifle seems to be way overpriced at $8,500. No surprise it hasn’t sold yet. (GRH)
The smells and colours of warm June nights remind me of your skin, salty sweet like popcorn, and bad movies playing in my mind.
Movies I never watched because my tongue was too busy caressing the back of your throat, with gag-inducing eagerness.
You said my beer-breath tasted nasty……
But you kept kissing me anyway.
And my crappy car made strange noises all the way back, drowning out the sound of our bad singing.
The tape-deck chewed up the mixtape I made you, so we let the radio carry us home.
Summer is a holy grail, hidden from us by history.
Summer is an ancient ruin, waiting to be discovered.
A long slow stargazy night of whisky trips and constellations of broken glass spread across the ground.
I showed you the stars, pointing out the things I remembered my grandfather teaching me.
I’m a Taurus, I like to break shit.
“Like a bull in a china shop” my grandmother used to say, as she picked up the smashed crockery.
I break everything I touch.
I cried that first night I felt your heart beat, I was already guilty and doomed to fail.
giraffevader - A summer to fill this dead heart with wonder
1960 #Gibson #LesPaul #Sunburst at @rumbleseatmusic in #Ithaca #NY.
I love #Rumble #Seat - they always have tons of interesting and extremely rare #vintage #guitars, but when I dropped in today on my way through town I hardly expected to see the holiest of all Holy Grails! They even let me hold it! Wow. It was not heavy at all…I would say no more than 8 lbs. And surprisingly, the neck was fairly narrow and thin…not at all what I have heard about late 50s/early 60s Gibson necks. It was so comfortable…much smaller than my ‘61 #LP #SG #Jr.
Even if they don’t always have a “'burst” on hand for viewing, I urge anyone who appreciates fine #vintageguitars to visit Rumble Seat Music. The guys know their stuff inside out and are happy just chat about great guitars with anyone who loves guitars as much as they do. Shopping here is a really great experience! And I got to hold a guitar that is worth almost as much as my house! :D
Ah, what a quaint little place I’ve found myself in, filled with all manner of intriguing things to keep a lady amused. I’m quite certain that someone of my merits will have quite the time here. Oh, but how rude of me.
I am Misaya Reiroukan, scion of the Reiroukan family of magi, and Master of Rank 2: Cherubim, in the Second Holy Grail War of Tokyo. I’m a superlative magus who emphasizes elegance and grace over all things.
Simply put, I’m here to have a good time with everyone here. Just to clarify, my idea of having a good time is winning the Holy Grail. Because I don’t lack common sense, I’m more than willing to make alliances for this.
I’m afraid the dog that I normally partner with isn’t here. While I’m sure any replacement would outstrip such an incompetent familiar… he was rather useful in some aspects. Therefore, I would like any Servant available to come forth.
Partnering with me has its benefits. While this world is primarily based off of a reality unlike my own, I still maintain my wealth. In terms of prana output, in my world at least, I am second to none besides a certain deviant.
In terms of preference for a Servant, I would prefer a member of the Saber class. Barring that, I would prefer a female Servant or a male Servant who was killed by a woman in his legend.
After all, such a Servant would know how scary a woman can be.
Your majesty, I have heard that your Marduk/Gram is able to shoot beams of light like Saber's Excalibur. Why didn't you use that on the monster on the 4th Holy Grail War? Saber might have been pretty impressed if you had.....
Why would I want to defile my sword, with that disgusting creature?
in a band is hard. Playing in a band is also really fun, until it’s not, and
then you “break up.” I realize that the concept of being in a band these days
is pretty cliché. It’s also still a very unique and unconventional idea to
collect a few of your friends, all of who have to play something different than
you, learn how to play a few awful cover songs and then, the holy grail of
playing your first backyard party! If you make it through all of this there is
recording, playing “real” shows and eventually, if everything goes right, you
go on tour.
I started Taken with a couple of friends
back in the stone age (read:1997) we had no ambition, no plan, and no real hope
of doing anything more than playing a few local shows. By 2004 we had toured
the US and Canada numerous times and had plans to tour overseas for the first
time when the band imploded. It wasn’t dramatic, people simply had to step down
because of real life obligations (school, jobs). In 2008 we were presented an
opportunity to head to Japan and play a few shows. We couldn’t justify to
ourselves only playing shows in Japan, so we booked a show at Chain Reaction in Southern California
and a few in Canada as well. This was our first reunion. People called it a
reunion, and we thought of it as one, too. When we were offered shows in 2010
(a festival in Japan) and again in 2013 (a benefit show for the
sound guy at Chain Reaction, Christian DaSilva), we “reunited” twice
more. The idea of calling each of these random, occasional shows “reunions”
started to feel a little cliché to us. They were opportunities we felt we
couldn’t pass up, but none of us was in a position, or had a desire, to play in
a band full time. Yes, we wanted to “reunite” as a band, but not in the way we
had before. We didn’t want our shows to be reunions, but opportunities for us
to come together: to create new music when the mood struck us and to play shows
when we wanted, rather than “had” to. We talked about reuniting for good once
we all realized we were on the same page about the level of commitment we could
make to this band. We wanted to get back to the place where “Playing in a band
is really fun,” and decided we’ll keep at this “until it’s not.” Late last year
made our relationship status official, released a discography on Other People Records,
and have plans to release a new EP by the end of 2015.
Color - blue
Food - mac and cheese ❤️❤️
Smell - idk
Movie - big hero 6 or guardians of the galaxy or monty python and the holy grail
Texture - new sheets
Time of Day - early, like after morning swim practice
Day of the Week - the weekend
Celebrity - 1d
Drink - Grape juice
Precious Stone - opal Animal - cats !! Flower - tulips, roses Font - times new roman. tbh…. Video game - does sims count …. sims 3
Sound - my flute… also i LOVE CELLO
Fruit - really good strawberries
Vegetable - i hate vegetables
Shop - idk but i like clothes shops
Boy’s name - names aren’t gendered :-) Girl’s name - names aren’t gendered :-)
Potato chip flavor - cheddar cheese
Meal of the day - i loooooooooove dinner
Ice cream flavor - chocolate Soda - root beer
Popcorn - Kettle corn Season - Summer Month - june/july Word - ?? Disney Princess - Rapunzel
Insult - ?? Eye color - blue Dessert - ice cream / cake Candy - those strawberry ones Restaurant - mexican Language - latin probs or greek Thing about myself - Everything