We relaxed a bit this weekend after two weeks of the industry sucking the soul and life force out of us. We managed to throw together a crawfish boil, complete with home brew craft beers, deer sausage, corn, potats, family members and plenty of friends. It was a well needed break. We have a very thick and large tribe that gathers from time to time to break bread with one another and keep our bonds tight.
I managed to get a little gaming in with the kids too. This is one of the usual Battlefield 4 ass whippings that I like to hand out from time to time. Hey don't judge, it keeps my hand and eye coordination in tune. If you want some too, I'm on Xbox 360.
Also got to do a little bit of gun work and assembly on my latest project, the 7.62X39 build. I've built one before, cept' this one I get to keep for myself... All I need is my 15" Keymod Rail to show up and we are in business. Also picked up a 3-9x40 Vortex Crossfire II with hold over reticle to go on top.
This will primarily be used as a deer and hog rifle for 2015. Trying something new besides the guaranteed bolt gun 30.06 venison harvester. You got your MOA Game tight or what? I've already got an app that calculates the reticle settings depending on the round I intend to shoot. That would be set for It doesn't get much easier than that does it?
16" Hbar, Stage 2 trigger, OD Magpul CTR, OD Magpul K2 grip, Yankee Hill micro block, 5/8-24 A2 Hider. Nothing fancy and pretty with all kinds of faux finish artistic paint for showing off. I'm actually going to use this one. She's no safe queen, I promise. It's a tool. Tools get used.
Have a great week you guys and gals. Don't let the green grass fool you, don't let it change your mind.