Separate names with a comma.
No, you don't! That's awesome collection.
Thanks! That '95 is in 7,62x54R, so it started as a Russian musket. Sadly, like most of them in Finland, it was sporterized sometimes after WW 2....
[ATTACH]Here are my classics. No collector's grade here, all are hard working guns. :)
That's dashing. Man means business. :) What are those boots?
Land of the Lost?
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] Namibi desert, going to San rock paintings.
[ATTACH] And of course adventurers like Bagnold and Almasy used A-Fords to drive around Sahara...
When I was studying tourism in college in late 80's, we learned how to use the Telex-machine, the fastest and most widespread communication device...
Latest movie that I watched. These old documentaries make me really feel that I was born way too late...
What would Hemingway do?
They sure are. My other vintage shotgun is a Browning, well FN actually, Auto-5 from the '20s. 90 years old and still going strong.
Thanks! It's 1910's vintage Belgian F.A.I.R model ''Dictator". Basic cheap hammer side by side, but it works and I love the name!
We'e 'unting wabbits! Old picture but finally learned how to post them. Thank you, Big Man.
Thank you, sir! I'll try.
Any advice, gentlemen? When trying to load picture from my phone, I get an error that the file is too large for the server. I'm totally hopeless...
Good old 4711 Eau de Cologne. Can't go wrong with a product that has been around since late 1700's!
Well I'm living right next door to Russia. I remember when Soviet Union collapsed in the 90's, there was a flood of things Russian, including...
A novelty in my local watering hole is Jim Beam Rye, claims to be 'pre-prohibition recipe'. Any good?