LoL by Braionss
LoL by Braionss
Joseph Begley lights up rooms in a cheeky way with ‘Slap It’
A quick pinch or squeeze of the ‘slap it’ lamp by London-based designer Joseph Begley brightens up rooms with its warm glow. made from realistic feeling silicone, the cheeky light responds to pressure sensors when it is touched, directly turning it on or off.
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I’m looking for this stock, anybody know if this is proprietary or not?
That one is an LWRC stock, I can’t find much information on it.
Here is a similar design by NEA: http://www.theammosource.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=2177
The kit comes with a proprietary bolt carrier, and a clipped recoil spring: http://s18.postimg.org/3u8t4ima1/image.jpg
The interior working bits can’t be too different between the two.
I believe Troy is using it on one of their upcoming rifle kits but I do not know if they will sell them individually. The Troy version also has sling swivel QD slots in the buttpad.
We got a cool bird feeder and it has the birds come into your room!!! It has a one way mirror so they don’t know you’re right there watching them.
THATS SO ADORABLE
Rika (日本 Japan) as Kido
陽炎Project | Kagerou Project
Pietta cap and ball .44 caliber 1873.
Photos from long ago, before I traded it toward an AR upper.
Never got around to shooting it.
The Chinese variant of the AK, the Type-56 was sold on the U.S civilian market for a short while before importation was ceased. The “spiker” nickname is due to the very distinct bayonet + front sight block assembly.
Though a majority of these rifles were made in China and imported into the U.S, there are Spikers that have U.S made receivers, almost exclusively marked “B-West Made in USA”. Some AK collector’s avoid the U.S made receivers due to a long standing belief of poor heat treatment.
I named her Bettie after Bettie Page. Black like her hair, curvy, sexy, and will stop anyone in their tracks. It’s a Ruger LCR in .357 Magnum/.38spl +p. Installed a Lasermax frame laser on the front. Now she’s finally home with the rest of the extended family!
can anyone ID the 7.62X39 magazine on the right? I have not seen that pattern on a metal mag before.
Russian aluminum waffle mag.
St. Bernard too scared to climb down the stairs