Home Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: Rhinestone Cowboy Edition Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: Rhinestone Cowboy Edition By Jeremy S. - November 23, 2021 39 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ Love me some King of the Hill. Except for the propane stuff. I hope y’all’re fixin’ to cook over charcoal this Thanksgiving. Don’t forget your BBQ gun. ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gun Meme of the Day: One Last Christmas Meme for 2023 Gun Meme of the Day: Die Hard Edition Gun Meme of the Day: That’s Fascinating Edition 39 COMMENTS LOL! Reply Wait a minute – Propane has a place in the Thanksgiving feast! It fires the burner heating the peanut oil used to deep-fry one of the turkeys. Hardwood charcoal fires the pit cooking the other bird… 🙂 Reply The right grips can make a world of difference. Reply One of the bigger advantages of a revolver, particularly ones like Ruger’s GP100 and SP101with a peg grip frame, is that there’s virtually no limit to grip size and shape. Accuracy is always a challenge with a grip that doesn’t fit your hand. On a side note, for once the autocorrect came in handy when I accidentally hit the ‘n’ when typing ‘bigger’. Reply I have on more than one occasion proven this myself by whittling a pair of grips to destruction when I figured I could “easily” make them fit my hand better. A man’s got to know his limitations. – Dirty Harry Reply Dangit Dale! Reply Whoops. The Gravatar verification goofed. Dangit… Reply To err is human. To f%ck uop ewe knead a computer. Reply ManItelluwatthatdangolpropaneisfastmanyoujustgottaturnthatknobandclickclickandyougotabigblueflame. Reply You bet your ass, Possum… 😉 Reply ^ Not me. Patton had some unflattering comments about mother-of-pearl grips on a handgun. Reply Something about a “New Orleans pimp”, IIRC? Reply “Son, only a pimp in a Louisiana whore house carries pearl handled revolvers. These are ivory. —- George S. Patton Jr.” Reply In the 1970 movie “Patton”, George C. Scott played “Patton” and the actual real Patton quote was changed for the movie to this … “They’re ivory. Only a pimp from a cheap New Orleans whorehouse would carry a pearl-handled pistol.” That sounds better in Patton’s real voice than in the BS accent used by George C. Scott. Patton spoke the Mid Atlantic accent as was taught in the more upscale schools. ie, the accent spoken by Katherine Hepburn or Thurston Howell IV from Gilligan’s Island. Propane leaves a slight after taste to the cooked product. I prefer charcoal. Reply Charcoal fires the pit, propane brings the peanut oil up to temperature to deep-fry another bird… 🙂 Reply “Son, only a pimp in a Louisiana whore- house carries pearl-handled revolvers. These are ivory.” General George S. Patton Reply Thanks for the quote. Reply Now, Bobbeh, I want you to remember…. and this will serve you well your entire life: Always remember that butane is a bastard gas. Reply Charcoal only, and then only in a proper charcoal grill with air vents both on the lid and underneath the base, that you can fully close to starve it for air such as for when those delicious meat juices you let drip directly into to coals try flaring up. Just close the vents to starve it for air and kill the flames, and let that meat just slowly smoke away in there, adding all that delicious flavor. Takes longer to cook this way but the flavor is incomparable. I always wince when I see someone with the wrong kind of charcoal grill, like those cheapie open top things, especially if they are cooking chicken which will absolutely flare up and burn like crazy when the juices hit those coals. Real charcoal grilling – without tinfoil – means you absolutely need to be able to control the air flow. That is the key. Let the juices just drip right into the coals, limit the air to prevent flare ups, and slowly just smoke the heck out of that meat like God intended. Oh yeah, I tell ya wut. Reply Lump charcoal. You forgot the lump… 🙂 Reply Our apologies: Geoff the alcoholic and pain pill addicted half wit has gotten into the hooch again. Sincerely, The Group Home Management Reply And there is an example of his mental illness, ‘projecting’ his inner fears and anxiety. Can you imagine the horror he feels every time he sees himself in a mirror? Right now, he’s fighting off the urge to suicide, and I hope he succumbs to the urge… 🙂 Always preferred Witchita Lineman and rosewood with blued steel, but this works too. Reply Ivory! Not pearl! Good grief. Reply I spray painted the HiPoint gold then painted the grips pearl white. Yeah buddy, it’s a one of a kind big hit bar b que custom envy. Reply In Portland they don’t use propane or charcoal for their BBQ’s, they set a building on fire and use that. Reply And roast the long pig inside. Reply I never really “get” the argument over methods of cooking for Thanksgiving. But then I also think turkey is improperly cooked north of 90% of the time and overrated even when properly cooked. Reply I’m having salmon for thanksgiving. I don’t really care for turkey. Reply And watch for the sudden spike in house fires as people try to fry their turkey. Bonus points if the turkey is still frozen. Reply Taste the meat not the heat charcoal is lameeeeee Reply Mesquite. And it will be brisket. I don’t fall for the turkey sales scam. Reply I have an Eleanor…no, not a Mustang GT500. An Eleanor Roosevelt, a pre-WWII S&W K-22 with period MOP (sadly, not factory) grips just like the one she carried. Real MOP can make a classy gun more so…but you can’t polish a turd, they won’t make a crappy gun nice. Just ask George Patton. Reply One of Geo. Patton’s quotes I’ll always hold true ” Only Pay for the Real Estate Once”. Good quality hand grips on any hand gun can’t be over estimated. I personally like an all steel Government or Commander sized 1911 in a well made leather holster. Reply Turkey is not for me, had to smother it with cranberry sauce on it, to eat. My stepson baked the Turkey Was having Thanksgiving with stepson’s family Will bring honey baked sprial cut ham next time! Reply Went to my brother’s home for Thanksgiving. He served shrimp for an appetizer, turkey breast, roast pork and baked ham. A friend of his brought deer backstrap, marinated and grilled over charcoal. Plus all the sides like Bell’s Stuffing, whole berry cranberry sauce, broccoli-cheese casserole, mashed potatoes and gravv, rolls and butter you could want. Protein lovers heaven. Yum! Plus was sent home with enough food for a few days eating. BTW Rubber or G10 grips with enough texture to ensure grippiness when wet (sweat, blood, rain) are my preference. Do not confuse tools for jewelry. 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