"The Rescuetool from Victorinox is pretty decent and under that price range if you shop a bit. I picked one up on a whim and carried for awhile at work(truck Driver) I am pleased I never had to use it for it's inteneded purpose, but I can report…"
"Under $100, the Sog is a good choice. Spyderco also makes a nice Rescue, and Assist models that have many similar features - and I know their steel well, it performs nicely in their serrated configuration. "
"I fish, camp, shoot, and scuba dive over the summer and i love it. You can also try going to shooting ranges and maybe take up that hobby and if you don't have a gun most ranges have guns you can borrow."
"I train with my football team so I am in a gym everyday. what you want to do is dedicate different days to different muscle groups and do at least 30mins of cardio. Swimming while your son gets lessons will greatly improve your cardio, leg strength,…"
"Video games are good for high-school kids and college kids and its okay to have them in the house, but you shouldn't play it all the time. It should be like an iPhone game, you only play it when you are really bored and don't feel like…"
"The thing with guys is that we can treat everyone with the utmost respect and not be great friends. We can just be acquaintances and we could act like we are best buddies, but in reality we never really see each other. There will always be your…"
"A .22 if more for precision where with a .410 you need to have more of a spread or if you want bigger game throw a .410 slug in and you have more knockdown power. A .410 is just more versatile but the .22 is more useful."
"I'm only 5'6, but a very well built 5'6. I am a linemen so i have had to learn how to beat guys that are 6'3 300lbs and I'm only 215. I knew i was weaker and that just getting low wouldn't do it. Ive bulked up now I…"
"a .410 is the smallest shotgun caliber. It doesn't have much range but is better than a .22 for flying birds and rabbits on the run granted the rabbit is within a very short distance. A .22 is not good for birds as they will be flying but a…"
"Can somebody tell a gun newbie the difference in game you'd take with the .22lr vs. the .410? Is it just a range thing, an on-the-run vs. still thing, or is one better for certain types of animals? As a listener to this discussion,…"
Fishing, Hiking, Biking, SCUBA Diving, Firefighting, Anything On The Water, Hunting, Shooting
Mud, Sweat, and Tears -Bear Grylls
Happy Happy Happy -Phil Robertson
Si-Cology 1 -Silas Robertson
Lone Survivor- Marcus Luttrell
American Sniper- Chris Kyle
Act of Valor
Anything Country And Most Rock
Been around the world twice, talked to everyone once, seen two whales fuck, been to 3 world fairs, and I even know a man in Thailand with a wooden cock.
I push more peter, more sweeter, and more completer than any other peter pusher around.
I'm a hard bodied, hairy chested, rootin', tootin', shootin, parachutin', demolition, double cap crimpin' frog man.
There ain't nothin' i can't do.
No sky to high, no sea to ruff, no muff to tough.
Learned a lot of lessons in my life. To never shoot a large caliber man with a small caliber bullet, drive all kinds of trucks, 2x's, 4x's, 6x's, those big motherfuckers that go "chhhh chhhh" when you step on the breaks.
Anything in life worth doing is worth overdoing, moderation is for cowards.
I'm a lover, I'm a fighter, I'm a UDT Navy SEAL diver.
I wine, dine, intertwine, then sneak out the back door when my refueling is done.
So if you're feelin' frogy then you better jump because this frogman's been there, done that, and is goin' back for more. Cheers Boys!
-Lone Survivor Movie
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