One of my favorite shotguns to shoot is my Beretta 1200FP; it's a semiautomatic from around mid 1980's or so. Having snuck in before the bullshit five round restriction, its longer tube magazine allows for eight shells in a 6+1+1 setup. It's basically a Benelli M1 super 90 with a Beretta logo on it, and the inertia system is the same one that makes the Benellis so well respected. The one down side (?) is it's very light -- 100oz, or about 6.4lbs compared to 145oz/9.0lbs for my Benelli M4 -- so it really lets your shoulder know when you squeeze that trigger. Being some thirty years old, it is as you might imagine, a discontinued model and I fear the day that I ever have to try to get parts. In the mid 1990's, Beretta released an updated model called the Beretta 1201FP, but that was a castrated model thanks to the aforementioned 922r import restrictions.
Recently, the spaghetti eating wine drinking folks at Beretta have released yet another evolution of their home defense semiautomatic scattergun, the Beretta model 1301. it too is subject to the same five round limit, but an aftermarket tube extension is available, you just have to legally screw it on yourself. It carries a $1059 price tag (wow!) and it's such a popular model that some big box store like BassPro are charging over MSRP. What's significant about this is Botach is running sale and you can pick one up for $770.00 shipped or I suppose if you're made of money, $750 each when you buy 2 or more.
If however, you'd like to give a nod to an old school classic, there is a 1200FP (same as mine) up for auction on Gunbroker. Or you can splash down just as much as you'd pay for a new 1301, and buy this one from a collector for $750. But to be honest, if I were going to spend the $750, I'd get the 1301.
Hi Ernie, Looks like it's Toscal bottled water. I wasn't able to find where it's made, but they drink it on the Canary Islands. Scott
Hey Ernie, After finally noticing the water bottle, I found that it is Toscal water, apparently you can find it on Lanzarote. Mark
And speaking of a nod to the classics, does anyone know about Sweet Spot heels? I don't mean the kids' line that's out by Sketchers, I mean the line of high heels that used to be out in the 1980's. I guess they're considered vintage, now? Anyway, more than afew people were able to identify the brand of bottled water that makes your tits grow huge, here are the first two...
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Okay, here's another challenge that I suspect is from the Nude Around San Francisco collection. Can you show me exactly where this Toyota Tundra is parked?
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