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25 Most Popular Video Games Ever

Video games inherently make more money than any other kinds of gadgets or toys because of their accessibility to a wider audience, especially with the recent proliferation of technology and mobile devices throughout the world. And these day, whether youíre a hard core gamer or not, smart phones have nearly guaranteed that you are at least mildly guilty of wasting time swallowing ghosts or chucking birds.

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10 Convicts Presumed Innocent After Execution

English jurist William Blackstone once said, ďBetter that ten guilty persons escape than that one innocent suffer.Ē Even lawyers are indoctrinated with this concept early in law school. Whether you support with the death penalty or not, most individuals would agree with the statement above. Despite the United Stateís innocent-until-proven-guilty legal system, there are several cases where a presumably innocent person is convicted of a crime, some even put to death. Sadly, we may never get a chance to find out the truth. The recent inclusion of DNA evidence in trials has been used in some cases to clear many people falsely convicted. There are ten recent cases of people who are now presumed, but not proven, to be innocent and one bonus inclusion.

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11 Ways To Be A Better Shooting Range Neighbor

One of the biggest problems with the shooting sports is that there is no be-all, end-all, definitive guide to etiquette. Miss Manners never published a Sooper Dooper Guide to Shooting Etiquette, and I never recall going to the range for any of my charm and finishing school field trips. Seeing this glaring omission from the shooting community training curriculum, Iíve taken the liberty of compiling a list of tips on how to be a nice shooting range neighbor.

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10 College Mascots That Are Really Strange and How They Came To Be

Forget about what's happening on the college playing field. The real action is often on the sidelines or in the stands as team mascots, often costumed as fierce animals, drive fans to a screaming frenzy against the opposition and lead them in shouting their favorite team to victory. They're everywhere. And they are animals! Well, many of them are, anyway. All during the contest, no matter what the game, the crowd is fired up by the likes of bulldogs, panthers, eagles, tigers, squirrels and anteaters. Huh? Squirrels and anteaters?

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The 13 Best Cars For Teen Drivers

It's almost graduation time, which means that lots of parents and recent graduates will be in the market for a dependable car for heading off to college or full-time work. Our cousins with the cool test track at Consumer Reports have come up with their annual list of Best Cars for Teens. According to the CR car peeps, features you should be looking for include electronic stability control (not to be confused with traction control), antilock brakes, and curtain air bags, as well as good crash-test results.

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10 Reasons Not To Hate Screaming Babies Or Their Parents On An Airplane

Hey, You. You. With the comfortable, extra legroom seat, with your headphones on, watching a movie on your iPad while sipping a Bloody Mary. I saw that look of panic on your face when I approached your aisle. You were wondering if my questionable 9-month-old baby girl and I would occupy the two empty seats next to you. You tried to be calm and nonchalant about it. As if having a baby sitting next to you for a four hour flight isnít like sitting next to a bomb and wondering if or when it will suddenly explode on you. You wanted a relaxing flight. Or as relaxing as flying can be these days without worrying about terrorists, mechanical failures and most recently Ė you and your plane just disappearing. You breathed a sigh of relief when we slipped by you. Then we took the row behind you.

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Wait, what was I writing about? The Five Types Of Potheads.

Marijuana brings out the best and worst of everyone. At times, you could encounter the pothead that is always a joy to be around that will get the whole group laughing, or you could end up smoking with the guy who doesnít shut up and thinks heís hilarious just because everyone else is high enough to wear Orionís Belt.

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10 Foods That May Trigger a Migraine

As if migraines weren't awful enough, it can be downright overwhelming to sidestep all the things that could set off an attack. Problem is, food triggers not only vary from person to person, but much of our knowledge about them comes less from carefully controlled studies and more from observing patients, explains Lee Peterlin, DO, the director of headache research at Johns Hopkins University.

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15 Awesome Gadgets That Could Save Your Life In A Crash

There are about 6 million car accidents yearly, with 40,000 being fatal. To put that into perspective, thatís enough people to fill Fenway Park to the bleachers. Although you canít cheat death, these 15 gadgets improve your odds of walking away from a metal twisting collision.

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Getting Your First Tattoo? Here Are 7 Vital Pieces of Advice

Getting your first tattoo is a significant milestone in any ones life, and it is of course an incredibly nerve wracking experience. And you are sure to find it intimidating, after all you're about to mark your body for life! Nevertheless getting a tattoo is something you should most certainly do, but to calm your nerves here are seven pieces of advice to relax you and get you psyched for your new tattoo!

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The 7 New Rules of Grilling

After a successful career as a bass guitarist in various indie rock bands, Bryan Mayer, age 41, decided to switch disciplines and eventually settled on butchering. He read a few books, hacked apart some animals and trained under some "old school" butchers from Austria and Germany who may or may not have learned how to cut meat in prison. Mayer now serves as head butcher (and co-owner) at Philadelphia's Kensington Quarters, a whole animal butcher shop and restaurant. "Butchering is like playing music or painting, you learn from all the masters and then you go find your own way," Mayer says. To help you find your own way, Mayer has offered up the following seven new rules for buying the cut of meat you want and grilling it up to perfection.

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89 Unimportant Things You Donít Really Need To Know About Bangkok

Here are 89 of those unimportant things you just pick up over time, but don't really need to know. Not on the list: Learn "Kha" and "Khrap". Don't assume you may touch a Thai person on the head. Speak only good of the King. Always return the wai.

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