Blame it on it being October, or the fact that The Walking Dead’s new season is up and running (or shambling), but we’ll probably see zombie apocalypse themed guns for a while. Aside from the ridiculous paint job, it’s just a run of the mill Ruger 10/22.
It’s a bit ironic that this would also probably be one of the better choices if there were such a thing as a zombie apocalypse. Easier to carry 1,000 rounds of .22 LR than it is to carry 1,000 rounds of 5.56x45mm or 7.62x39mm or 7.62x51mm.
This year September 11th falls on a Wednesday. 12 years ago the attack happened on a Tuesday. It still feels weird that it’s been over a decade since that day.
Some people are saying its time to move on, but every time you get patted down and searched at the airport, or hear news about government spying programs, you can’t escape the fact that things have changed a lot since then.
When I was a little kid, after seeing movies like Ghostbusters, Home Alone II and other movies set in New York, I always wanted to go see those places; the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty…and the World Trade Centers. Though I didn’t lose any family members or friends from the attack, I did lose part of my childhood.
The Romanian RPK and probably the most common and cheapest variant on the U.S market; although the Polish M64 RPK’s have recently showed up with a slightly cheaper price range. It looks a bit anemic with a 20 round magazine, which I think might be a Hungarian “tanker” mag.