Not in Hungary, where he got to wear it as a youngster. Here - in his words -The pendant he's wearing is rather questionable...
Sounds like you need a good vowel movement after that...Níl aon fhadhbanna agam an méid atá á rá aige a thuiscint, ach ansin, is dócha go bhfuilim níos cleachtaithe le héisteacht le daoine nach é ‘Béarla Mheiriceá’ a gcéad teanga.
I have no problems understanding what he is saying, but then, I'm probably more used to listening to people whose first language is not 'American English'.
Irish. I'm sorry but I don't do Gaelic/Scots Gaelic.Sounds like you need a good vowel movement after that... Is that Gaelic...? Welsh?
For everyday wear...Makes me wonder what AndyHawken and I should hang around OUR necks....to show what WE used to do in our youth...
One of our club members, Ken by name, has ALL of those revolvers!! Trouble is that he is a rara avis, and we don't see him that often, but I've shot his B-A and Starr.As for the video...
Neat watching those revolvers in action....Thanks for sharing it tac...!
Of them all....I still prefer the Colt 1860 Army model....but I wouldn't kick any of the ones in video away...
No, I think the story explained it well, but I would think 'some' like me, without knowing the background would look askance when seeing ye olde razor blade pendant and think, hhhmmm, possible old style cokehead advertising his preferred recreational drug.
Kinda like an LEO (detective) buddy of mine used to wear itsy bitsy handcuffs as a tie tac.
When you saw his tie tac it was an advertisement for his being an LEO.