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Jul 2, 2016 15:42:27   #
lindajoy
 
Happy 4th of July as well~~~~

A man overwhelmed with patriotic fervor decided to play the U.S. National Anthem with a suppressed rifle on Wednesday. The result is a beautiful tribute to America and her greatness.

Former Top Shot contestant Chris Cheng took to YouTube to share his beautiful rendition of the tune which celebrates America’s triumph over the British at Baltimore harbor. Cheng shoots his way through specially designed steel plates that correspond to different musical notes in a complicated but delightful performance. The integrally suppressed Ruger 10/22 is quiet enough that the music really comes through stronger than the gun-based musical performances that have come before.

€œThere'€™s nothing that says freedom like shooting the Star Spangled Banner with an integrally suppressed rifle,€ the video€™s description said. €œChris Cheng shoots some freedom with the Musical Targets system.€
Read more at http://americanactionnews.com/articles/this-pro-shooter-plays-the-star-spangle-banner-with-his-gun#6oGhdABgRtST7IMp.99

http://youtu.be/yKmZ_XDrlXs



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Jul 2, 2016 16:18:51   #
missinglink
 
Thank you Linda
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lindajoy wrote:
Happy 4th of July as well~~~~

A man overwhelmed with patriotic fervor decided to play the U.S. National Anthem with a suppressed rifle on Wednesday. The result is a beautiful tribute to America and her greatness.

Former Top Shot contestant Chris Cheng took to YouTube to share his beautiful rendition of the tune which celebrates America’s triumph over the British at Baltimore harbor. Cheng shoots his way through specially designed steel plates that correspond to different musical notes in a complicated but delightful performance. The integrally suppressed Ruger 10/22 is quiet enough that the music really comes through stronger than the gun-based musical performances that have come before.

€œThere'€™s nothing that says freedom like shooting the Star Spangled Banner with an integrally suppressed rifle,€ the video€™s description said. €œChris Cheng shoots some freedom with the Musical Targets system.€
Read more at http://americanactionnews.com/articles/this-pro-shooter-plays-the-star-spangle-banner-with-his-gun#6oGhdABgRtST7IMp.99

http://youtu.be/yKmZ_XDrlXs
Happy 4th of July as well~~~~ br br A man overwhe... (show quote)

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Jul 2, 2016 16:47:35   #
Super Dave
 
lindajoy wrote:
Happy 4th of July as well~~~~

A man overwhelmed with patriotic fervor decided to play the U.S. National Anthem with a suppressed rifle on Wednesday. The result is a beautiful tribute to America and her greatness.

Former Top Shot contestant Chris Cheng took to YouTube to share his beautiful rendition of the tune which celebrates America’s triumph over the British at Baltimore harbor. Cheng shoots his way through specially designed steel plates that correspond to different musical notes in a complicated but delightful performance. The integrally suppressed Ruger 10/22 is quiet enough that the music really comes through stronger than the gun-based musical performances that have come before.

€œThere'€™s nothing that says freedom like shooting the Star Spangled Banner with an integrally suppressed rifle,€ the video€™s description said. €œChris Cheng shoots some freedom with the Musical Targets system.€
Read more at http://americanactionnews.com/articles/this-pro-shooter-plays-the-star-spangle-banner-with-his-gun#6oGhdABgRtST7IMp.99

http://youtu.be/yKmZ_XDrlXs
Happy 4th of July as well~~~~ br br A man overwhe... (show quote)
One tiny point:

The 4 of July is just a date, like December 25th.

We celebrate Independence Day, not the date.

An honorable veteran corrected me yesterday.

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Jul 2, 2016 17:02:53   #
son of witless (a regular here)
 
lindajoy wrote:
Happy 4th of July as well~~~~

A man overwhelmed with patriotic fervor decided to play the U.S. National Anthem with a suppressed rifle on Wednesday. The result is a beautiful tribute to America and her greatness.

Former Top Shot contestant Chris Cheng took to YouTube to share his beautiful rendition of the tune which celebrates America’s triumph over the British at Baltimore harbor. Cheng shoots his way through specially designed steel plates that correspond to different musical notes in a complicated but delightful performance. The integrally suppressed Ruger 10/22 is quiet enough that the music really comes through stronger than the gun-based musical performances that have come before.

€œThere'€™s nothing that says freedom like shooting the Star Spangled Banner with an integrally suppressed rifle,€ the video€™s description said. €œChris Cheng shoots some freedom with the Musical Targets system.€
Read more at http://americanactionnews.com/articles/this-pro-shooter-plays-the-star-spangle-banner-with-his-gun#6oGhdABgRtST7IMp.99

http://youtu.be/yKmZ_XDrlXs
Happy 4th of July as well~~~~ br br A man overwhe... (show quote)



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Jul 2, 2016 17:43:00   #
lindajoy
 
missinglink wrote:
Thank you Linda
Liked the site also.
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Your Welcome missing~~Glad you liked it...Know the site well..Always something interesting going on with it....

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Jul 2, 2016 17:44:03   #
lindajoy
 
Super Dave wrote:
One tiny point:

The 4 of July is just a date, like December 25th.

We celebrate Independence Day, not the date.

An honorable veteran corrected me yesterday.


I agree with you..The purpose is what counts, otherwise its just another day~~

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Jul 2, 2016 17:44:41   #
lindajoy
 
son of witless wrote:


Thank You son~~Always nice to have your input....

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Jul 3, 2016 08:37:10   #
son of witless (a regular here)
 
lindajoy wrote:
Thank You son~~Always nice to have your input....


I am in an especially good mood. My wife surprised me with tickets to finally catch one of my rock and roll girls of the 80s in concert. Went to see Joan Jett a week ago.

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Jul 3, 2016 08:56:58   #
lindajoy
 
son of witless wrote:
I am in an especially good mood. My wife surprised me with tickets to finally catch one of my rock and roll girls of the 80s in concert. Went to see Joan Jett a week ago.


Sawwwwweeeettttt!! What a nice surprise!!! Just the way it should be, a surprise.... : I got a couple of those couple weeks back...makes life sooo much fun!!!

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Jul 3, 2016 09:47:50   #
4430 (a regular here)
 
That was really great Linda Thanks for Posting !

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Jul 3, 2016 10:07:11   #
lindajoy
 
4430 wrote:
That was really great Linda Thanks for Posting !


Thank You for watching it..Happy 4th, 4430...

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Jul 3, 2016 11:13:21   #
bahmer (a regular here)
 
lindajoy wrote:
Happy 4th of July as well~~~~

A man overwhelmed with patriotic fervor decided to play the U.S. National Anthem with a suppressed rifle on Wednesday. The result is a beautiful tribute to America and her greatness.

Former Top Shot contestant Chris Cheng took to YouTube to share his beautiful rendition of the tune which celebrates America’s triumph over the British at Baltimore harbor. Cheng shoots his way through specially designed steel plates that correspond to different musical notes in a complicated but delightful performance. The integrally suppressed Ruger 10/22 is quiet enough that the music really comes through stronger than the gun-based musical performances that have come before.

€œThere'€™s nothing that says freedom like shooting the Star Spangled Banner with an integrally suppressed rifle,€ the video€™s description said. €œChris Cheng shoots some freedom with the Musical Targets system.€
Read more at http://americanactionnews.com/articles/this-pro-shooter-plays-the-star-spangle-banner-with-his-gun#6oGhdABgRtST7IMp.99

http://youtu.be/yKmZ_XDrlXs
Happy 4th of July as well~~~~ br br A man overwhe... (show quote)


Excellent I enjoyed the music. I'm surprised that the gun didn't just take off and go shoot some people as well. I mean you do know haw those guns do things like that just ask any liberal and they will tell you.

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Jul 3, 2016 11:23:51   #
lindajoy
 
bahmer wrote:
Excellent I enjoyed the music. I'm surprised that the gun didn't just take off and go shoot some people as well. I mean you do know haw those guns do things like that just ask any liberal and they will tell you.


Yup. Lololol..I sure do...they are dangerous little things, dontcha' know. ..

I read all the time how they are a bad influence and how the gangs are mad now, cuz we got em for the moment anyway..They are funding the push to take our weapons with their drug money🕩🕩《《 sound the Alarm, bahmer..lolololol

Sorry, not enough coffee yet...lolol

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Jul 3, 2016 20:59:59   #
son of witless (a regular here)
 
lindajoy wrote:
Sawwwwweeeettttt!! What a nice surprise!!! Just the way it should be, a surprise.... : I got a couple of those couple weeks back...makes life sooo much fun!!!


I missed out on the concert scene when I was young. Either too busy or too broke to go. The two I think I went to see in their day was Brian Adams and the Stray Cats. Trying to make up for it in my declining years. This year besides Joan Jett, I saw Ronnie Spector. Last year my sister in law had a spare ticket, so I got to see Ted Nugent. I guess the only ones I really would love to see that I haven't are Chrissy Hynde and Annie Lennox. I am stuck in the 1980s and proud of it.

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