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La pettorina per cani Hunter Hilo Comfort risulta delicata sulla pelle ed ha ottima aderenza e vestibilità. Baloo ha optato per il rosso da sfoggiare in questa bella stagione 🔴❤️ #hunter#RobinsonPetShop#weLOVEyourPets 💚
Salut tout le monde, je vous présente le clip "Ombre Chinoise", le premier morceau extrait de l'album Cicatrices.
Donnez-moi vos retours et vos impressions sur le clip en commentaires !
Merci pour le soutien, c'est que le début les potos 💞
Merci à Nino pour la réalisation du clip et à Tom pour l'enregistrement, le mix et la direction artistique du morceau. On fait ça en famille.
what's really good,
do you daddy as you should.
Or do you sit back and say yes I could,
but never would,
Any Man can be called a father,
but a real man is called a dad,
he does for his child things he never had,
He climbs above so tall,
to make sure his kid has it all,
He teaches what's write, what's wrong
But defends in public regardless of whats the call,
He's firm but fair, daughters first prince,
and a sons first king,
He provides he protects,
shows them what's next,
Man of all men is dad who balances life,
While always being present with kids and wife
HAPPY FATHERS DAY TO ALL DADS WHO STEP TO THE PLATE,
THE SINGLE DADS WHO RAISE THEIR CHILDREN ON THEIR OWN.
THE ONES THAT KISS THE BELLY IN THE WOMB.
THE ONES THAT BECOME A DAD OVER NIGHT WITH A CHILD THATS NOT BLOOD.
THE REAL ALPHA MAN GOES HARD FOR HIS CHILDREN. *
Now sit with your feet up and allow those who love you to do for you on this daddys day. *
Also shot out to the moms who are both dad & mom.
And the moms who take their young child out and give the kids money to help pick something for their dad. *
To many single parent house holds.
Men kids need you now more then ever, so if you know of a child who has no dad, make it your business to put your arm around that child and guide him or her. *
Happy pops day!!! #dad#daddy#fathersday#father#day#pop#poppa#bear#provider#protector#hunter#love#hard#bikerdad#superdad
UPDATE! I've been on a serious social media hiatus, and thanks for your patience and I hope all of you are doing great. If theres anyone I could work for, its my good friend @drewski777, and Friday my fellow welders and I held it down while he was away. My friend runs this shop and I work harder for him than anyone else that I've worked for because he taught me at least 1/4 of the welding and fitting knowledge that I have. Every lift we do with the overhead crane is a critical lift, and we all know our stuff when it comes to rigging along with everything else we do as welders in an alberta shop. We grind, cut, weld (smaw and fcaw), install bushings with nitrogen freezing, carbon arc gouging, and paint. I wear a respirator here alot more than in my knife shop, but I need to pay some bills so this is necessary, and with the right kind of people who can work together at a high level and help each other out, this can totally work. I'm very happy at the current situation, and hope to be able to finish everyone's stuff quickly, but please know that rushing is the last thing I want to do with your work and your patience with me is something for which I am truly grateful, it allows me to have some sense of an equilibrium and its very necessary to be able to unplug when you need to. Drew was gracious enough to give me flexible hours so i can still have at least a couple of days a week in my knife shop. Thanks so much for your support in this crazy venture, and I promise I will keep making knives each one better than the last.
Today, we’re going to show one of the original heavy hitters, the .45-70 Govt'. War has always spurred weapons development & the .45-70 is no exception. Released in 1873, it was one of the first widely successful centerfire (for a short time, a rimfire), metallic cartridges & was born from lessons of the American Civil War. While it was too late to take part there, it was the standard US Army cartridge for the balance of the 19th Century, being chambered in the Springfield Trapdoor rifle of the era. It accompanied many Soldiers across the plains & the continental divide. For better or worse, it was the standard rifle cartridge during the Indian Wars that defined conflict in NA during that time. Any Native who could get his hands on one used it to devastating effect against his foe. Geronimo, the great Apache chief & raider, was known to use one during his 20+ year campaign in the Southwest.
Orininally, it was a 405gr bullet over 70 grains of black powder which sent it a touch over 1300 fps. While this is plenty effective on game as close ranges, it falls off pretty dramatically after 150 yards. This was all that was needed for the soldier of the era & in fact the cartridge was almost immediately chambered in several high-quality hunting rifles. This is an educated guess on my part, but I’d say that it was more responsible than most cartridges for the decimation of the great herds during that time period.
The Army continued its use right through to the Spanish-American war of the early 20th century, where despite winning, its shortcomings became painfully obvious compared to the 7x57 Mauser cartridge the Spanish were fielding.
Lately, .45-70 has enjoyed somewhat of a comeback due to several 300-325 gr loads from a variety of manufacturers. With modern powders, the .45 bullet can be pushed over the 1800fps/2000 ft/lb. barrier and Bufallo Bore even produces a 405gr load at 4000 fps/3600 ft/lb. …nasty. This have extended the rounds range to between 2-300, but it will never be a long-range hunting round.
Feel secure in the fact that the .45-70, despite its age, will take anything in NA with ease when a proper shot at a reasonable distance is chosen. So, go get one!