She's real good at stuffing a lot in *wink*
I think we know where she is storing them ;);)
In a backpack or something right?
@Alliance, in her boot. It's got to be.
@Alliance, read the description
@Alliance, everyone knows girls hide grenades in their bras.
@Alliance, lol in her bra. I have double ds and I can hide an iPhone, 2 snickers bars, 20 dollars in small bills, an extra car key, a pack of gum, and my ID. Lol and that's a light day
@The great bacon, that's all I could think about. I hate when people use the word clip. PSA: the word clip comes from a stripper clip, which has a metal strip that holds 10-15 rounds together for easy loading of magazines. Magazines are what you load your ammunition in and then inset into the anus of your firearm.
@Grizzly Wintergreen, well maybe she only has one mag and refills it with her clips... didn't think of that did you? :P
@Grizzly Wintergreen, not disagreeing with you, however "clips" are generally 5-10 rounds in capacity, and were designed for loading bolt action rifles quickly. Reference, the German Mauser, the British Enfield, the America Springfield 1903, and the Russian Mosin Nagant, the American M1 Garand, Finish FN-49, or even the Soviet SKS. Clips were also an early speedy reload mechanism for cartridge revolvers, reference the Colt 1917 Army revolver and many many others. *the more you know*
@goC4yourself, thanks for the more detailed description. I was just rambling off. They are still used to load aluminum gi mags for the ar 15 platform rifle.
@Box of Cats, touché sir
@Grizzly Wintergreen, yep, as well as M1A style magazines and AK47 style magazines, all with seperate stripper clips and guides of course. My two favorite rifles I own, the VZ-58 and Egyptian Hakim both have the ability to use both magazines and stripper clips, which is super handy.
@goC4yourself, sounds like you've got quite the collection. I don't have many old weapons yet. Besides my old colt 1911 commander officers acp, browning hi power, and Walter ppk. I'm just getting into stamp collecting. (Class 3 nfa items: sbr's, aows, machine guns suppressors etc) I just got my nfa trust and I'm saving for my first silencer now.
@Grizzly Wintergreen, awesome. I was in the process of setting up an NFA trust a few monthes back, but have put off that project as I plan to enter the US Army in 3 monthes (cutting weight currently.) I dream of a supressor for my Savage 110 FCP HS Precision in 338 Lapua Magnum, but the $900-2100 price tag is off putting and has so fare negated my effort
@goC4yourself, you will enjoy your time serving. Have you sworn in or taken the asvab yet? And you gotta pay to play
HERE! Take my expandable staff and see if you can't stuff that in somewhere as well. I've also got a couple grenades for you to, but you can just handle those till their ready to explode.
Is no one going to comment on how Captain America's vibranium shield is BROKEN?!! Do you know how unbelievably hard that is to do?!!!!
@Graceling, That's exactly what I came to the comments section looking for. I expected I long conversation about that.
@Graceling, Actually in the comics it's mostly adamantium
@The Amasin Spoderman, Wrong, actually. Adamantium is really only seen in the X-Men storyline. The rest is Vibranium or Anti-Metal.
I would watch her play tetris all night 😉
Id love to play Tetris with her
@Taquito Speedo, put the long piece in the hole
@Insane Potato, and then it disappears
@Taquito Speedo, isn't that usually a single player game?
For the record, it's a bo staff, not a bow staff. It doesn't fire arrows.
The fact that it says "bow staff" deeply offends me.