A large revolver in a large caliber, the Thunder Five is mostly seen in .45 Long Colt & .410 Gauge shotshell. However, this one is chambered in .45-70 Govt, a caliber seen mostly with lever-action and bolt-action rifles. The seller does make an interesting and valid observation in that the barrel is marked .45-70. Majority of the Thunder Five’s on the marker have barrels marked .45/.410 but you can simply swap in a .45-70 cylinder to use in one of them. The barrel is a meager 2” long, so recoil is going to be justifiable harsh in .45-70. (GRH)
Pistols that use shotgun shells have come up a lot for both writers and people who enjoy tabletop games in modern settings, so reblogging this. Low recoil, but definitely something to be used when accuracy isn’t a problem at a close range.
"When did I steal a bee?" is not a question I thought I would ever ask myself in any context
"NOW EAT IT TO LEARN ITS FIRST POWER, YOU NERD."
DEXY’S MIDNIGHT RUNNERS — “Come On Eileen”
SO LET ME TELL YOU HOW THIS SONG IS MY SHIT
sick moves, homurad
you aint the only one who got sweet moves in town, kid
Wow the new Sailor Moon anime is going in a really different direction.
ARE MOVING ON THEIR OWN
Just a reminder that a cell is not a bag of water, but rather a crowded metropolis of macromolecules. The reality of cell biology, while more complicated than what your textbook shows you, is much cooler than a simple cartoon.
When you look at the inside of a cell as the crowded, semi-organized, collision-riddled mess that it really is, you’ll look at every bit of biological chemistry in a new way.
(The image of a super-crowded cytoplasm comes from this PLOS paper)