Slash en directo desde el festival Pinkpop

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El ambivalente Slash se presentó este fin de semana pasado, en el festival holandés Pinkpop. En el tocó varias canciones de su carrera con Guns N' Roses y hasta con Velvet Revolver. Por supuesto, el instante también indujo a interpretar de su debut como solista, Slash. Myles Kennedy (Alter Brigde) fungió como vocalista.

Ve a continuación videos profesionales de la actuación del músico de origen británico en canciones como Starlight y By The Sword.

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  1. First, try different ones and seeclt the largest caliber that you are willing to practice with and can shoot well.Revolvers are less complicated to fire than most semi-automatic pistols, so I generally recommend them for home protection, especially for people who aren’t really familiar with guns and shooting.Someone else suggested a 12 gauge shotgun. That isn’t a bad idea, but for home defense only you should NOT go with the long, 28 barrel; that is a hunting barrel. For home defense you want a short barrel, the shorter the better (is that a BATFE agent I hear knocking at my door?).If you go with a pistol, I think that a mid-size or larger frame double action 357 revolver is a good choice for the situation you describe. You can load it and practice with 38 special ammunition, which is a lot easier on the hands and ears (38sp is similar in power to lighter 9mm cartridges). And when you have it loaded for home defense, you have a nice variety of 38 or more-powerful 357 defensive rounds to choose from. Being a revolver, it won’t have 20 different moving parts, three different safeties and such to fumble with when you are frightened. Just point and pull the trigger. Being a mid- or large-frame, it will be a little bigger and heavier, but that absorbs the shock of the fired bullet when you pull the trigger. A lot of people are pushing these super-small, lightweight 357s on women, but they feel like you just got hit in the hand by a hammer when you shoot. Don’t buy one unless you’ve tried it first and are okay with that.If you planned to carry it or shooting regularly, I’d have different suggestions. But for something that is going to be kept in a safe or drawer for weeks without being fired, a revolver is really the way to go.It is hard for me to imagine any reason to go larger than a 357. If you go smaller, then you have a lot of choices, but shot placement something that is very difficult when you are stressed, in the dark, or the target is moving becomes critical. It is worth noting that most crimes are prevented without a shot having to be fired. However, if you do have to fire rounds, you want them to be powerful enough to end the threat ASAP. Once you go below 38 special, that becomes questionable and some argue that a 38 isn’t sufficient.You can get good 357s almost anywhere. Just try different ones until you find the make and model you like, then shop at your local stores and online. I’ve done a lot of buying through gunbroker.com.If you have kids, guests or basically anyone else in the house, be sure to get a decent quick-access safe. I use the ones called gunvaults. You can have them open in about 2 seconds, and they keep little hands off of your guns. Also get a tactical flashlight and keep it with the gun in the safe so that you can clearly identify someone in the dark before you point that gun at him.Be careful. Owning a gun is a big responsibility.

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