Best Plane For Shooting Board in 2023
- Beautiful graphics and high-quality sounds accompany every action
- Simple interface and engrossing gameplay
- Convenient tutorial and help features
- Lots of colorful characters, each with their own interesting story to tell
- Dozens of commercial and residential buildings as well as decorations
The Great Alaska Cruise - Presented by Total Content Digital
Fleet Tactics And Naval Operations, Third Edition (Blue & Gold Professional Series)
Sea Battle: Classic Battleship Paper Game Grid.
KAKURI Woodworking Japanese Block Plane 60mm, Manual Kanna Wood Planer for Finishing Wood Surface, 2.9 Ã— 10.2 inches (41938)
- JAPANESE WOODEN PULL PLANE KANNA: Ideal Japanese type woodworking hand planer for surface finishing of wood. You can make smooth chamfers by polishing the wood with this handtool. Because it is used by pulling instead of pushing, it is easy to apply force evenly, and accurate and efficient straight carpentry work is possible. It can be used not only for professional carpenters but also for a home DIY woodworkers.
- EASY TO HOLD LARGE SIZE: As the plane body is big size, you can grasp it with both hands well and are easy to sharpen wide side at one time. The moderate weight body enables you to pull the plane smoothly.
- TOP QUALITY JAPANESE TOOL: Only Japanese high-grade materials are used. The plane blade is razor-sharp and durable, it is possible to restore the sharpness by sharpening the blade with a whetstone. Also, the wooden body is heavy duty and excellent wear resistance. All KAKURI brand products are manufactured in Japan and handcrafted by Japanese craftsmen.
- OFFICIAL ENGLISH INSTRUCTION: KAKURI Official English instruction is included. The length of the blade is adjustable by hitting with a hammer. Fine adjustment of the blade is necessary when using a Japanese plane.
- PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS: Made in Japan / Body: Oak wood / Blade: Japanese high carbon steel / Size: 3.0×10.2×2.8 inches
Stanley 1-12-137 62-Low Angle Sweetheart Jack Plane
- One-piece base and frog virtually eliminate chatter and increased accuracy
- Patented lateral adjustment locking feature
- Ductile iron castings for weight and durability
Hakjay Mens Casual Military Jackets Fall Tactical Coats Zip Up Hoodie
- Material: 100% Cotton.
- Features: Full length zipper/Adjustable cuffs/shoulder straps/Drawstrings at the hood.
- Occasions: Suitable fit fishing,shooting,traveling,driving,camping,cycling and hiking.Perfect gift for families, friends and boyfriend.
- Garment Care: Machine Wash, Normal Cycle, Hang Dry.
- Please Check the Size Chart in description carefully before ordering.
Triumph Systems Threat Down Zombie Silhouette - Reactive Target - Shooting Target - Reactive Splatter Cells - Air Rifle, Pistol, Shotgun, Throwing Knives - Target
- INSTANT FEEDBACK- target provide a bright & highly visible impact. It is great for long and short range shooting. No need to go down range to check on your precision and accuracy, the target will react and bleed showing you where the impact took place
- HIGH CAPACITY TARGET- 104 individual cells allow for extended training and a lot of use out of just one target. Paper targets and shoot & see targets get destroyed fast. The targets take a lot of rounds before they need to be replaced
- PACKED WITH FUN- The more you shoot at the target the more target will bleed out. Prepare for the zombie apocalypse by training on this reactive bleeding target. The zombie will keep standing and it’s up to you to stop them from taking over
- ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY- Our proprietary, water soluble, non-toxic material is safe to you and the environment
- PATENT PENDING TECHNOLOGY- Our patent pending technology & manufacturing trade secret was developed by a Navy SEAL and a team of product designers in the heartland of the USA
- Great training tool for the beginner or advanced level shooter
- Formulated for a highly visible signature that is water-soluble and will not stain your clothes
- Environment safe
- Provides instant feedback
- 100+ round target
- Recommended for outdoor use
- Designed in the USA
Hot Wheels Marvel Spider-Man Web Car Launch [Amazon Exclusive]
- Speed to your next adventure with our largest Spider-Man Character Car yet! Based on the new suit from the Spider-Man: Homecoming movie, this car's windshield moves with a push of the spoiler to focus in on his target.
- Spoiler also launches the included exclusive web car (or most Hot Wheels cars) to take down villains or other obstacles. Race to the scene of the crime!
- Push down on spoiler to launch the Spider-Man web car at villains to take them down. Launch other super hero cars, too. Push down the spoiler to make Spider-Man's eyes change size so he can focus and aim.
Spider-Man Web Shots Spiderbolt Nerf Powered Blaster Toy for Kids Ages 5 & Up
- Spider-man-inspired blaster – Peter Parker is an inventive teen whose Tech Skills Help him develop gear like his iconic web shooters. Inspired by Spider-Man inventiveness, web shots gear lets kids imagine blasting enemies with a web-powered blaster.
- Powered by Nerf – the Spider-Man web shots spiderbolt blaster comes with 3 nerf darts so when kids pull back the handle and push the button they can launch darts and imagine using a web-powered blast to take on the villains of the Marvel universe. Additional darts sold separately.
- Sling webs in style – inspired by the look of Spider-Man: far from home, the web shots spiderbolt blaster has web-detailing and spider-inspired design so kids can imagine gearing up with web-powered equipment.
- Compatible with web shots gear – connect the web shots spiderbolt blaster to any of the Web shots gear, The twist Strike, the disc Slinger, or the scatterblast blasters (each old separately. Subject to availability) to blast in different combinations!
Leslie Nielsen (1926-2020)
Leslie came to represent one of the best deadpan comedic actors the world of film has ever seen. From one movie to the next, he could deliver the most ridiculous of lines while keeping a straight face.
Over the years, Leslie came to represent one of the best deadpan comedic actors the world of film has ever seen. From one movie to the next, he could deliver the most ridiculous of lines while keeping a straight face, making it clear that he never acted like he was in on the joke. It's hard to even watch some of his earliest roles now because even then we find ourselves giggling at how he looks. Even watching Leslie in "Prom Night" (the original, not the crappy remake) had me smiling uncontrollably. Then again, nobody really came out of that movie looking all that good.
"Airplane!" forever changed the way we saw him as an actor, and it allowed him to do the one thing he rarely got to do before as an actor: be funny (intentionally, mind you). Seeing him talking with Julie Hagerty quickly made us aware of how easily he could make a stupid line seem so comically brilliant:
"We need to get her to a hospital."
"A hospital, what is it?"
"It's a big building with patients, but that's not important right now."
Further on into that film, he made the oldest of jokes funny as hell:
"Surely you can't be serious!"
"I am serious, and don't call me Shirley!"
Of course, next came his penultimate role as Lt. Frank Drebin in the short-lived television series "Police Squad" which later led to the hilarious "Naked Gun" movie trilogy. At that point, no one on earth seemed funnier than Leslie Nielsen. Even Bill Cosby seemed to pale in comparison while "The Cosby Show" remained one of NBC's biggest primetime hits. On top of his brilliant delivery of dialogue (be it smart or incredibly dumb), we also got to see what a talented physical comedian Leslie was as well. I don't care if he really didn't do all those somersaults in "The Naked Gun," there was a lot of other moments where it was clear that a stunt double was not involved.
But seriously, his comic timing was never short of brilliant even in the worst movies of his career. Leslie left us with an abundance of moments and lines that are forever burned into my consciousness:
"We would have come earlier but your husband wasn't dead yet."
"Like a midget in a urinal, I was going to have to stay on my toes."
"I just want to tell you both, good luck, we're all counting on you."
On celebrating his 1,000th drug dealer kill:
"In all honesty I backed over the last two with my car. Luckily they turned out to be drug dealers."
"Like a blind man at an orgy, I was going to have to feel my way through."
"I like my sex the way I play basketball, one on one with as little dribbling as possible."
"You might end up dead!"
"You might end up dead is my middle name."
"What about Jane?"
"I don't know her middle name."
Being stopped at the entrance to the Oscars:
"Sergeant Frank Drebin, Detective Lieutenant, Police Squad."
"Yeah, and I'm Robert De Niro."
"Mr. De Niro, we've got to get inside!"
But the other important thing to remember about Leslie Nielsen is the heart and soul he gave to each character he played. In spite of how goofy and utterly incompetent some of these people were, he still made you care about what they went through. Plus, there were those serious moments where he wasn't trying to make you laugh and tugged at our heartstrings, like when he told Robert Hays about George Zip in "Airplane." I point this out because a lot of actors in future spoofs completely forgot that, and it became more about delivering the joke than anything else. Others tried too hard to be funny instead of playing the scene as though they believed horrendously brain dead remarks coming out of their mouths. Those looking at what makes a performance truly funny would do best to look at Leslie's work.
Granted, his career may have had one spoof too many with films like "Spy Hard" and "Mr. Magoo" among other duds, but he never truly lost the ability to make us laugh. He ended up proving it to us all with his performances in "Scary Movie 3 amp; 4," and that's even if the movies themselves were not all that great. We didn't get to see or hear from him in the last few years, but he sure did leave us with a lot of moments that have us chuckling just at the thought of them.
Now he is gone, and it makes all the more clear that there will be no more "Naked Gun" movies. I kept hearing that Paramount Pictures might be making another one, but that just turned out to be one of the many unsubstantiated rumors floating around in Hollywood. I just hope they don't get all stupid and try to remake the series with another actor. No one will ever accomplish what Leslie Nielsen did with that role, so it would be wise not to try.
Rest in peace Leslie, and keep God laughing like crazy (he (or she) does have a good sense of humor).