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She Had Big Cans - UPDATED

There was once a great artiste in the State of Louisianne, who had some BIG CANS.  That was until she exposed them to a .300 Winchester Rifle.


If you wanna learn more about her *er* creativity, log: HERE.


Update: Daddy Bear made an obvious observation.  
But she needs to wear a tee shirt that's cut a little higher. She's gonna get hot brass down in there and have to do the brass drop boogie.

You were too late brother, for her to hear your admonitions.

Boq

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Colorsplosion!  The final product is actually pleasent to look at, too.  That, of course, means it can't be called abstract art.

No, I will not comment on those.  Some of us vaguely approximate gentlemen.  *conspicuouscough*
 
Heck, I'd put her results in a frame.  Definitely pleasant and a good story.

But she needs to wear a tee shirt that's cut a little higher.  She's gonna get hot brass down in there and have to do the brass drop boogie.
 
Bolt action rifle...  No thrown brass...
 
Easily enough arranged from the sidelines, though...
 
Ouch.  Good muzzle discipline though!
 
**OUTSTANDING!!** 
 
Aahhh!  Chicks with Guns! Sigh!

(There is a reason Tomb Raider was so popular with the nerd boys.)
 
P.s. I cannot, of course, see the video. Being a nerd, I must ask you to tell me if you are talking about suppressors, or the other kind of cans, of the dairy variety.
 
Let your imagination run free, JTG.
 
I've seen some of her vids before on YouTube. She is priceless.

If you like "Big Cans," go to YouTube and search for "Juggers Heather." :)

 
@Armorer, with that configuration, JTG, should make sure it is just his imagination. he let's run free.  Otherwise, he just may get misconscrewed!      8 ^ O 
 
When shooting such fine rifles as the .300 huge tracts of land are a neccesity :)
 
Grumpy, we autistic nerdy guys may not be too good at the social relations, but when It comes to engineering, our hearts are in the right place: Henry Ford insisted that the Model T have enough room in it to hold two milk cans.
 
She's shooting a .44. A weap that's clearly, in her own words, beating the *&^( out of her hand, and she appears to be still hitting the target with it.

That's pretty dang good shooting.
 
It's funny being the blind guy here, so to speak, and having to rely on other folks's descriptions of what is going on in the video.
 
 The design of the dragoon trigger guard on the Super Blackhawk is well known to whack knuckles  when firing heavy loads, it's fairly common for people install a standard grip frame instead.