Benelli M3 Super 90
A semi-automatic and pump-action 12 gauge shotgun, it was replaced by the now common and beloved Benelli M4. This particular M3 has the rare top-folding stock. Generally these M3’s will also be marked H&K since they were importing Benelli’s into the U.S for a short period of time. They weren’t made by H&K but sometimes are viewed as H&K collectables and command a higher price. (GRH)
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me, professional wrestling promoter, Vince McMahon: i can’t
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高荷義之 Yoshiyuki Takani
I bought this thing as part of my ongoing effort to compensate for my tired old eyes. Instead of an optic, this is a fixed fiber optic sight; you look over it instead of through it. It seems pretty stout, and the triangle/line thingy is quick to acquire and is visible in fairly poor light, which is evident even in this crappy cell phone camera shot. A negative is the way it mounts; it slides onto the rail and is secured with the 2 set screws visible in the middle photo. Mounting with set screws like that will need some loctite to stop them backing out, and will mar the rail. Other than that, I like it, and hopefully I will be able to take it to the range this weekend and see how it works.
Can’t say I have seen anything like that before.
i’d love to read that range report
An A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft pilot waves as he taxis down the runway during Red Flag-Alaska 13-3 Aug. 13, 2013, at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska. Red Flag-Alaska is a series of Pacific Air Forces commander-directed field training exercises for U.S. and partner nation forces, providing combined offensive counter-air, interdiction, close-air support, and large force employment training in a simulated combat environment. The pilot is assigned to the 163rd Fighter Squadron, Indiana Air National Guard. (DOD photo/Staff Sgt. Jim Araos)
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