Netflix has the original series (with updated special effects) on streaming… I’ve watched about a dozen episodes. Now, I’ve always been on the Star Wars side of the issue. But after suffering a 20 year wait only for George Lucas to give me Jar-Jar Binks… I have come to reconsider both Sci-Fi universes and I have a new conclusion.
Congratulations to UDOT for creating the most dangerous road that I have ever ridden on. Highway 40, going through Strawberry. A few weeks ago I rode through and watched a couple on a motorcycle go down. That was due to the uneven layering of the road surface, and they way that UDOT directed traffic through it. Now the road is finished. And UDOT managed to create a surface that is not just slick, but also collects water and doesn’t allow it to run off. Sunday I rode through during a thunderstorm. It was absolutely scary. But I made it. I posted this on Facebook:
The hariest part of the ride was going past Strawberry with it’s newly refinished surface. Water doesn’t run off there. It collects. So to avoid hydroplaning, I threaded my tires in the track of a truck in front of me that was doing 75-80 MPH and I was going through where his tires splashed the water out, before the water came back in… if you know what I mean. It was either that, or go 40 MPH and risk getting run off the road. So it was dicey.
Crusader Weaponry is putting together a care package for some troops. This time around, the package is going to some Air Force EOD Techs. Specifically to our good friend “Nightcrawler” and his compadres.
The Air Force is pulling more than their share of the EOD work load. From the casualties being sustained, it’s one of the most dangerous occupations in the military right now. They need some gear and supplies. Crusader will be donating a bunch of Slipstream, which is being used in weapons and robots over there right now. But the other gear is stuff we don’t have.
If you want to contribute, contact Joe at CrusasaderWeaponry. Or you can just send some money via PayPal. email@example.com
This is one of our Crusader Sterling Carbines. Mine, actually. Caliber is 9mm. This is a semi auto version of the classic Sterling SMG used by Brit Commandos in hostile actions after WWII. The Crusader version has perminant lubrication treatment, and is built with careful parts selection and refitting and finishing of those parts, making these the smoothest Sterlings I’ve ever handled.
We have an Optics Mount now, standard Picatinny, to mount pretty much any optic you want. In this video is a Bushnell Trophy T that we just put on there for testing. It’s a more solid mounting than what is typically put on a .300 RUM hunting rifle, so it’s going to stand up to pretty much anything a 9mm Buzz Gun can dish out. These mounts will be available with futur Sterling orders as a cost added option, or as a stand alone product to order.
This unit, being a prototype, is left in the raw and unfinished. Standard orders will ship flat black. If you order yours with a Sterling finished in another color, it will be duracoated or cerakoted in that color.
The shot group at the end of the clip shows a 25 yard group with bulk reloaded ammo.
For more information contact Joe via the web form at CrusaderWeaponry.com