Why Clipper lighters are perfect for stoners.
1 - They come with a massive range of designs and colours, so you can get attached to your favourite one
2 - The flint sticks pull out and are perfect for poking the end of your nicely rolled spliff
3 - The flint itself is replacable, so you can keep using the Clipper you’ve learnt to love
4 - The good quality of Clippers mean they usually spark first time with a good flame
5 - When turned upside down (like when you are hitting a bong) the flame gets bigger for a better burn
6 - The reinforced side is strong enough to be used for tapping bong cups if your bowl is just too tight.
7 - They are refillable, so you really can keep using your beloved Clipper for as long as you’ve got it
8 - The cylindrical shape means they always go into your pocket smoothly
So take note fellow tokers, Clippers are the way forward
- Stay Lifted :)
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Carlos Hathcock and the .50BMG
As well as using his M70 Winchest, Carlos Hathcock was also famous for pioneering the use of .50 BMG firearms as a sniper weapon. Drawing upon the work of WWII veteran and ordinance expert Bill Brophy, Hathcock mounted a scope on an M2 Browing .50 machine with the idea of using it as a long range sniper weapon. This makes sense since the .50 BMG has increadible power, and exceptional range and accuracy. In 1967 Hathcock used his creation to kill two NVA soldiers at the incredible range of 2,500 yards, a record that stood until it was broken by Canadian infantryman Corporal Aaron Perry while serving in Afghanistan, 2002.
After the Vietnam War the use of the .50BMG for snipers fell by the wayside. In the 1980’s the idea would be revived with the creation of the Barrett M82 by Ronnie Barrett. Today .50 caliber sniper rifles are a common tool of many nations arsenals.
I’m assuming that the mount allowed for irons to still be used, simply because of its elevation above the receiver.