The Springfield Armory 911 is a micro pistol with remarkable grip panels, night sights, an ambidextrous safety, and maximum concealability.The model we have is chambered in .380 and with G10 Octo-Grip panels that lock the gun in place in the hand. The pistol can came from the factory with AmeriGlo Pro-Glo night sights, the front sight of which stands out in daylight, glowing bright green to make target acquisition quick and easy. The 911’s ambidextrous safety is a plus as well, as is the minimalist design and light weight, both of which contribute to the pistol’s maximum concealability. View this post on Instagram Thrilled to get my hands on a @springfieldarmoryinc 911 in .380. Love the loaded chamber indicator, the trigger, the 1911-like controls, the @ameriglosights ProGlo sights, and the serrations on the Octo-Grips. Picked it up from the good folks @olsen_firearms. @cabelas @sportsmans_warehouse @shotshow @thenssf @gunnerationx @sebastian_gorka #awrhawkins #911 … [Read more...] about Springfield Armory 911: A Micro Pistol with Full-Sized Features
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Let It Bleed is the last album by the Stones we’ll see before the Sixties, already gone really, become the Seventies; it has the crummiest cover art since Flowers, with a credit sheet that looks like it was designed by the United States Government Printing Office (all courtesy of the inflated Robert Brownjohn), and the best production since, well, “Honky Tonk Women.” The music has tones that are at once dark and perfectly clear, while the words are slurred and often buried for a stronger musical effect. The Stones as a band and Jagger and Mary Clayton and Keith Richards and Nanette Newman and Doris Troy and Madelaine Bell and the London Bach Choir as singers carry the songs past “lyrics” into pure emotion. There’s a glimpse of a story — not much more. And like Beggars’ Banquet, Let It Bleed has the feel of Highway 61 Revisited. On songs like “Live With Me,” “Midnight Rambler,” and “Let It Bleed,” the … [Read more...] about Let It Bleed
Nelly was just one of several in attendance Wednesday at DailyMail.com and DailyMailTV's 2019 holiday party. The festivities took place at Cathédrale, one of Manhattan's hottest new venues, where Heidi Klum recently hosted her annual Halloween party. The Hot In Here artist took to the stage at the event to serve up an energetic performance, during which he thanked all of this fans for being with him 'since day one'. Ho ho ho: Nelly took to the stage Wednesday to serve an energetic performance at Cathédrale for DailyMail.com and DailyMailTV's 2019 holiday party He performed some of his most iconic hits for the event, including Ride Wit Me and Country Grammar. Nelly sported a grey tartan Dolce & Gabbana hooded sweatsuit, which he accessorized with some gold-framed aviators. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Nina Agdal dazzles in a sparkling black dress while Nelly... Melissa Gorga and Kelly Dodd dazzle as Real Housewives from... … [Read more...] about Nelly gets hyped for the holidays as he serves an energetic performance for DailyMail.com and DailyMailTV 2019 holiday party in NYC
“There’s a bit of magic in everything,” Lou Reed once sang, “and then some loss to even things out.” Reed died exactly one year ago today at the age of 71, and although his loss will never even things out, it is an appropriate day to celebrate his enduring creative spirit and the undying magic of his inspiring musical and poetic legacy. In commemoration of the first anniversary of his death, we are presenting for the first time the complete version of a remarkable interview that Lou Reed did with contributing editor Jonathan Cott early in 1989 in New York City. This year marks the 25th anniversary of one of rock & roll’s most audacious and electrifying recordings. Released in 1989 and simply titled New York, Lou Reed’s fifteenth solo album unflinchingly depicted with savage indignation and the fervency of a biblical prophet an AIDS-stricken city in which friends were continually “disappearing” – a desolation row of … [Read more...] about Lou Reed: A New York State of Mind
'Monsieur, you are a traitor, a traitor to France, and a philistine!" The last word was spat out in a venomous ball of phlegm. Then, without so much as an "en garde", I felt the stab of a cigarette holder in my stomach. Never, ever pick a fight with a surrealist. Not unless you are packing a kipper yourself, and are prepared to use it. That much I now know. But at lunchtime on Monday, when I tried to slip through the surrealist blockade of the André Breton auction at the Hôtel Drouot, I assumed a black polo neck was protection enough against accusations that I was a bourgeois lackey bent on picking the bones of the great man. I had gone to Paris to witness the "death of surrealism", to watch what was being called "a great national humiliation", the Passion of André Breton. That is how French intellectuals see the sale and dismemberment of the astonishing collection of surrealist masterpieces, letters, books and bric-a-brac the leader of the 20th-century's most important … [Read more...] about I don’t have any cash. Do you take mackerel?