Sunday Gunday with Brownells Employee Kelly B with his Win. 1887 10 gauge Shotgun! Kelly told us this story about it! “I have a passion for old Winchesters. When a neighbor of mine found out that I collected them, he came over one day carrying an old gun sock. It turns out the old gun sock had a 10 gauge Winchester Model 1887 inside it. My neighbor said, “Kelly I would like to give this to you with the understanding that when you are done with it, please give it to your son.” I have enjoyed this piece of Winchester history ever since, and someday I hope my son does too.”
honestly phoenix and maya being So Proud at pearl & trucy’s middle school graduation is such a blessed image
most of the parents there Obviously don’t actually care at all meanwhile phoenix is crying and maya has to be informed to Keep It Down nigh constantly
gumshoe, franziska, and edgeworth show up at the very last minute with bigass stuffed animals and cold hard cash– larry arrived, was larry, and booted from the premises within the course of a single speech. he stayed for dinner afterwards though.
from translating to cleaning, redraw and typeset, which one is took the longest time for you guys?
mod grolia: Redrawing for sure, typesetting and cleaning is straightforward but redrawing is annoying bc you have to match the original and sometimes you even have to make it up bc of the awkward blank spots you get from cleaning, and you have to make it look as smooth/natural as possible
mod shotgun: redrawing because i’m bad with digital art so i have to redo things a lot to get something passable
mod variationa: I do typing, redrawing, and cleaning all in a big clusterfrickfrack so I never think about it separately, but I guess redrawing takes the longest for me too? Although I do spend a lot of time trying to find a good font and still end up usually the same ol same ol
Another Brownells Employee Sunday Gunday! This time Dave B talks about his Mossberg 500. “My father purchased the gun in 1960 at the local Western Auto store when he turned 16. He then handed it over to me when I turned 16. I passed it down to my son at 16. We have all enjoyed many pheasant and deer hunts with our trusted Mossberg 500. Someday, I hope it passes down to my grandson when he turns 16. Currently the Mossberg 500 is outfitted for home defense with a short barrel and a Blackhawk recoil reducing buttstock.”
The Modular Combat Shotgun is a variant of the 870 that is designed for different combat roles. Primarily a close quarters breaching gun, it comes with a variety of barrel lengths and stock options, as well as the ability to mount to an M4 with the proper adapter. One of the most sought after parts on the MCS is it’s unique forend, which has an integrated handstop. The MCS is not readily available to the general civilian market, instead the main customer demographic are LEO and military buyers. (GRH)