Gentlemen, Can any one help me with the answers to a few questions?
Can anyone confirm that the M1 and M1A1 series of Thompsons began their serial numbers from zero, or whatever they began from, and did not follow on from the M1928 and M1928A1 serial numbers?
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Like the best crime and Western narratives (“Justified” is both), it uses genre to talk about larger subject matter, be it family, justice, or the increasingly troubled American heartland.
Though the lightness of touch with which it approaches its stories might suggest otherwise (I’d call it a strength), it’s not just simple entertainment, though it is relentlessly entertaining.But tonight sees the series finale of a show that, while not necessarily matching the column inches of some of its contemporaries, has over the past five years proven to be just as compelling, thrilling and surprising as anything else out there: FX’s “Justified.” Created by “Speed” writer Graham Yost and based on a character created by Elmore Leonard in his novels “Pronto,” “Riding The Rap” and specifically on the novella “Fire In The Hole,” the show revolves around Raylan Givens, an old-school, gun-slinging Deputy U. Marshal whose uncompromising methods see him reassigned from Miami to his home of Harlan County, Kentucky, where he’s forced to cross paths with his career criminal father (Raymond Barry), his old mining buddy Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins), and countless other colorful criminal types.The show has always been well-reviewed and well-rated but never quite built up the huge following that, say, “Breaking Bad” did among the cognoscenti. Even while acknowledging that I’m a colossal Elmore Leonard fan, and that Yost and company captured the writer’s voice as well as any adaptation ever has (besides perhaps “Out Of Sight” and “Jackie Brown”), it seems baffling that the show isn’t widely considered to be among the greatest efforts of this cable-drama golden age.With Power and others taken out as a result of a mistake from Race Control, Power released the middle fingers and earned a fine. The moment of impact was captured on video (linked above) and fortunately for Alonso, he was able to escape from the contact unscathed at more than 200 mph.Alonso, the two-time Formula 1 World Champion, had otherwise had a smooth day, with his only major moment slight moisture interrupting one of his runs this afternoon. 29 Mc Laren Honda Andretti entry hit two birds with both his left and right front tires at exactly the same moment. I saw one bird approaching Turn 3 in the penultimate run. The same fate could not, however, have been said for the birds.