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Skyrim Replica Weapons & Armor - Created by Folkenstal
These amazing replicas from the world of Elder Scrolls are available for sale to any worthy Dragonborn who ventures the path to the Folkenstal Shop. Each item is handmade and carefully assembled; whether you need bow or dagger or armor, this is the place to go.
I want all of these
this is some tight shit
Black clawed gloves with glow-in-the-dark claws. These things are pretty sweet, and they really do glow. You can see the glow just putting the claws in a shadow.
Rare Indian Katarr dagger with dual flintlock pistols, early 19th century.
Three barrel rifle drilling by Johann Fanzoj. An exotic masterpiece, Johann Fanzoj states that three barreled guns are in fact their specialty. Front trigger fires left and right barrel in succession, rear trigger fires lower barrel, maintaining the reliability potential of a normal double gun. Available in several calibers up to .375 H&H
Hey Crime fiction writers. Here’s an oft-cited reference chart to show you what different bullets look like going in and coming out.
"I am a writer…" I whisper as I reblog this.
"I am a murderer…" I realize as I reblog this.
Pocahontas was on television last night, and my sister kept arguing that opening both eyes when aiming a firearm is stupid. I threw together these graphics to demonstrate the difference to her and then figured I’d share them.
the trick is to shoot in between them! one eye opened and you wont be seeing the target correctly…
if you shut your left eye, you’ll shoot too much left, and shut your right eye to have the opposite effect.
so it was kind of right, even though smith didnt finish the explaining. you open both eyes and shoot in between the targets!
It sounds to me like you’re looking at your pistol instead of at the target, like this:
If you focus on the target instead, you can align your sights with it and your aim should be perfect, assuming you have a steady hand.
And in case you’re thinking of shooting between the guns, here’s why you shouldn’t:
This is the coolest informative post i’ve seen on here in forever.
Honda Oree Electric Motorcycle Concept 2012 _
The Joy of Biking
Flexi-Bike poses a challenge to design thinkers and engineers, but in a very good and creative way. Sporting an informative LED display, the bike is quite whimsical in its style and approach. I am not sure how feasible this design is, but for sure it is thought provoking and bound to bring about a healthy debate. So what are you waiting for… bring it on….let me know your thoughts; yay or nay? Designer: Hoon Yoon (via Flexi-Bike by Hoon Yoon » Yanko Design)