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The Power Rangers seems like a pretty screwed up TV show.* The black ranger was the black guy, the yellow ranger was Vietnamese, and the red ranger was New Mexican.
I don’t know what the deal with the pink dude and the blue dude was, but if the rest of the color scheme supports anything it’s that one was a communist and the other was a civil war reenactor.
Seriously, that show was short one white ranger with an Austrian accent who would only talk to the pink and blue dudes unless he was asking the others to get him beverages.
*Everything I know about the Power Rangers I learned ten minutes ago from Wikipedia, and I’m still confident that the best thing to come of it was this video.
Makarov PM: Russia's Warfighting 'Walther'
If the Soviet star on the reddish Bakelite grip doesn’t scream Cold War military pistol, what does? The Makarov PM is like a Walther PPK on steroids, and it’s built like a small tank.
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The handy DBX 57 pistol works well and fits a niche in the ever-growing category of innovative new firearms chambered in 5.7x28mm.
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Today, we are going to discuss a rifle scope from Crimson Trace. To be completely transparent here, I didn’t even know they made rifle scopes. That was until I picked this one out of a lineup.
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When a crossbow company’s tagline is “meet your next rifle,” we just have to put that to the test. Can a Ravin crossbow keep pace with a budget rifle? A premium rifle? Guns.com finds out.