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Mauser C96 cone hammer carbine

Converted to carbine by Carl Loguch in Germany c. late 1890′s - serial number 12.
7,63x25mm Mauser ten-round internal box magazine, short recoil semi-automatic, fixed foregrip independent of the barrel, dovetailed removable stock, Karl Kahles 1,5x~3x scope.

Not to be confused with the M1917 trench carbine which was built as such and had a very different receiver.

Sauce : James D. Julia Inc

Some afternoon #AmericanSniper replica guns… actually the exact ones they used in the movie!
#americansniper #sniper #sniperrifle #boltaction #scope #gunporn #gunpron #igmilitia #igmilitiaoh #2a #defendthesecond #gunrights #gunsallowed #idavemoore #weapon #rifle #guns #metal #gunchannels #firearmphotography

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Thinkspace Gallery at SCOPE Miami.

Thinkspace Gallery is presenting new works by artists Alex Yanes and Kevin Peterson alongside a group show this year at SCOPE Miami currently on display until December 6th, 2015.

From Thinkspace’s press release: “Our booth will feature a double solo presentation of represented artists Kevin Peterson and Alex Yanes, alongside the gallery’s signature wall of small-format 12" x 12" artworks by 44 members of our Thinkspace Family. Peterson, a painter based out of Houston, Texas, and Yanes, a mixed-media sculptor / painter from Miami, Florida, create work inspired by the endless potential of the cityscape. Yanes, with colorful, multi-dimensional works, informed by his love of Miami, graffiti, tattoos, and street culture, and Peterson, with hyperrealistic oil paintings that explore the psychological vicissitudes of the urban sprawl.”

Thinkspace’s booth is F03.  SCOPE is located at 801 Ocean Drive in South Beach, Miami.

Artists above: Casey Weldon, Camilla d’Errico, Frank Gonzales, Kari-Lise Alexander, Hueman, Kevin Peterson, Alex Yanes and Fuco Ueda.

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#hamiltongues, A linguistic analysis of Hamilton by ToddTheLinguist
In case you missed it, here are the tweets from my week-long series about finding linguistic fun in the smash Broadway hit musical about the life of the US's first Treasury Secretary, Alexander Hamilton!

Todd Snider did a neat linguistic analysis of Hamilton on twitter and I may or may not have egged him on to put it in a storify so I could share it with you all. You’re welcome.

Check it out for examples of garden path sentences, homophones, tense, dialects, and scope restriction (plus a couple Hamilton gifs, natch).

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Thinkspace Gallery x SCOPE New York.

Currently showing at SCOPE New York until March 6th, 2016 is Culver City, California’s legendary Thinkspace Gallery with a special group show for the 3 day art fair.

The show’s lineup features a great deal of incredible New Contemporary artists such as the ones above: Alex Yanes, Brian Mashburn, Nosego, James Bullough and Seth Armstrong.

The show is located at Booth B1.