Winter and snowboarding photos mixed with humor and cool cars.

 

azucena1202:

everydaycivilian:

#SmithandWesson

My S&W 15-22 build is now complete!

Started as a 15-22 MOE FDE

Equipped it with a Magpul MS4 Tan sling, and a QD Rail for a two point option(shown in pictures), or one point option.

NDZ performance tactical charging handle & magazine tab in FDE.

Magpul vertical grip in FDE to finish her off.

Let me know what y’all think!

I do have two 50 round drums to go with it. :)

You can find more information on these products here:

http://www.ndzperformance.com

http://www.smith-wesson.com

http://www.magpul.com

http://blackdogmachinellc.net

Take care
-Matt

Yum!

mallninjacode:

dirty-gunz:

manlythings:

Now that is good and pretty.

Does anyone know who makes this stock?

This is the typical profile and the features of a McMillan A5 stock.

mallninjacode:

dirty-gunz:

manlythings:

Now that is good and pretty.

Does anyone know who makes this stock?

This is the typical profile and the features of a McMillan A5 stock.

escapedgoat:

xxvalleygirlxx:

When a nigga call you baby in a deep raspy voice

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When a baby call you nigga in a deep raspy voice

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social-darwin-awards:

From imgur:


IMPORTANT: Train operator didn’t kick the kid in the head. He softened the impact instead!
The train operator risked breaking his leg while putting it in between of the hard metallic edge and kid’s head in order to soften the impact.
Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dy8Yt-P614w
Edit: Thanks for getting this into the frontpage. All I wanted is that those who called the train conductor/engineer a “douchebag” yesterday would see it from different perspective, that’s why I felt it is important to share this thought.

Seemed like an important thing to share, especially because I instinctively judged the train operator as well before I saw it. If he hadn’t done that, you probably would have heard this guy’s story from the news article of his hospitalization… or his obituary.

social-darwin-awards:

From imgur:

IMPORTANT: Train operator didn’t kick the kid in the head. He softened the impact instead!

The train operator risked breaking his leg while putting it in between of the hard metallic edge and kid’s head in order to soften the impact.

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dy8Yt-P614w

Edit: Thanks for getting this into the frontpage. All I wanted is that those who called the train conductor/engineer a “douchebag” yesterday would see it from different perspective, that’s why I felt it is important to share this thought.

Seemed like an important thing to share, especially because I instinctively judged the train operator as well before I saw it. If he hadn’t done that, you probably would have heard this guy’s story from the news article of his hospitalization… or his obituary.