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Austin, a lifelong hunter, worked closely with Meopta to create a customized special edition version of the Meopta MeoPro 4-12x50 riflescope which features Austin's Broken Skull Ranch logo on the objective bell and his signature on the ocular

http://www.thetacticalwire.com/story/292819


i wonder if i can wrestle with this thing....or do I watch wrestling with it...or better yet...through it?

WTF?????????????? :flush:
 

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If you hit it with the rock will stone cold steve austin honor the waranty? If I crash two beers over my head will it still hold zero after i give it a stunner off the tailgate? :beer:
 

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STEP INTO A SLIM JIM!!! :chair:

oh wait thats another wrestling clown....
 

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Elliot308 said:
MachineGunEddie said:
voron said:
STEP INTO A SLIM JIM!!! :chair:

oh wait thats another wrestling clown....
no worries, he's dead now
The slim jim guy is dead?
Death

On the morning of May 20, 2011, Savage died after suffering a sudden heart attack[104][105] while driving with his wife in Seminole, Florida, a town on the Pinellas County side of the Tampa Bay area.[106] He was 58 years old. Savage became unresponsive and lost control of his Jeep Wrangler, crashing into a tree.
Initial reports of his death indicated that he had been killed in the collision,[107] when in fact he and his wife had been wearing seatbelts and suffered only minor physical injuries in the crash.[105] An autopsy performed by the Pinellas-Pasco County medical examiner's office found that he had an enlarged heart and advanced coronary artery disease (more than 90% narrowed). The only drugs found in his system were a prescription painkiller and a small amount of alcohol. Savage had never been treated for heart problems and there was no evidence that he was aware of his heart condition. It was unclear whether he had suffered a blockage in his coronary arteries or cardiac arrest from lack of oxygen to the heart muscle. The cause of death was officially ruled as "atherosclerotic heart disease".[105][108]
On May 30, 2011, ten days after his death, WWE chairman Vince McMahon, with whom Savage had irreconcilable differences upon his departure from the company in 1994, paid tribute to Savage in a Time magazine article. There, he described Savage as "extremely charismatic" and as "one of wrestling's all-time greats".[109][110] Savage's remains were cremated.[111]
 
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