Some time ago, I purchased a Swiss Army Wegner wrist watch. Silver bracelet, blue face, “Military” model. Looks good. You’ve seen it in many Ogre Videos. And then The Nightcrawler Effect hit me. And the watch ejected off my wrist like a Jet Fighter Pilot struck by a Sidewinder.
So I sent the watch back to Wegner to get the bracelet fixed and the crystal (which had been scratched) replaced. After 3 months the watch came back. With a bracelet that was so small I could only get 4 fingers of my hand through. WTF? And the scratched crystal was still there. So I send it back. This time it came back with bracelet that fit perfectly. And its still scratched. I’ll leave it like that.
However, I no longer want it. I’ve replaced it with a Nixon. “The Scout”. So… I’ll put that Swiss Army Wegner Watch up for Trade. Make an interesting offer.
Pakistan. Those jackholes who were harboring Osama Bin Laden. We’re still giving them military aid?
Those guys are getting our cash for free… And buying Chinese Military Hardware with it… And we’re still giving them our Tax Dollars. WTF!
Guest post: How to Not Shoot Yourself. By Daniel Shaw
Shooters who subscribe to the Ogre’s blog or social networking sites were likely to have seen, in late June, the YouTube video of a gentleman who was doing some training that resulted in him shooting himself in the leg. From his language and the way he handled the pistol after shooting himself, I gathered that he was not a novice. His main purpose of posting the embarrassing video was to let viewers know that negligent discharges could happen to anyone. Even the most skilled and experienced shooters can make bad decisions through complacency and those decisions could lead to an accidental discharge.