Tag Archives: Cerakote

Assorted chatter.

I’m never really sure what to say on occasions like Memorial Day.  I think SoldierSystems summed up my thoughts a little more elegantly then I could have said.

I’m happy and upset with the Razer brand.  I’ve long been a fan of Razer mice, so when I was looking for a wireless headset I ended up getting a Razer Man-o-War.  Really awesome headset.  Some time ago I broke one of the pads on it, so I contacted them and asked if I could buy a replacement pads.  They said they didn’t have spare parts, but they would be willing to take my broken headset back, give me full store credit for it, and free shipping on my next order.  I was surprised, and took them up on the offer.  Irritation finally set in when after receiving back my old headset they dragged their feet a couple of weeks before giving me that store credit.  But now all is well and I have a replacement on its way.  I thank Razer for replacing my broken headset, I just wish they would have done it faster, or better yet just sent me a replacement pad.  In the end, for about $12, I have a brand new headset on its way to me.

Gulf Coast Armory

I swung by Gulf Coast Armory to drop some stuff off for Cerakote.  When I was looking at some of the work Jeremy has recently done, this caught my eye.  A cross between the Superman logo and the Autism Society puzzle pieces.  I really love how that piece looks.

RPRs, Cerakote, and Podcasts

 

IGroup from RPG

I think the Ruger Precision Rifle will be a keeper.  I think this is good start.

Burnt Bronze Cerakote PredatAR

Had my friend Jeremy Paynter over at Gulf Coast Armory Cerakote my PredatAR upper burnt bronze to match my FDE anodized Colt lower.  I took a few pictures but they didn’t really turn out well and do the job justice.  Once I get a better picture I’ll post up a hi-res one.

Also Shawn and I recorded the first episode of the Loose Rounds podcast.  Once I figure out how we are going to handle hosting and the like, I’ll have it up so you all can listen to us mangle the English language.  If you have any questions you would like us to discuss in the future, reply to this post or put them on our Facebook page.