By Eldon G. Wolff
В книге рассмотрена история пневматического оружия с древнейших времен по 1909 год, с кратким обзором современного (на момент выход книги) состояния этого вида стрелкового оружия.
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Speight was getting restless. He e-mailed Tannenbaum at 10:39: “Your wingman is still on high alert. ” Tannenbaum, the trade papers on his desk, called Thompson. It was nearing eleven o’clock. ” “Sign those trade papers right now,” Thompson said. Brett Favre was a Jet. But only if he wanted to be a Jet. ” Speight had closed his eyes; his BlackBerry was next to him in bed. “For whatever reason, it didn’t vibrate,” he recalled. At 11:10, his hotel room telephone rang. It was Tannenbaum. “We’re still in this thing,” he told Speight.
For a short period, the two fell silent, and Pennington was alone with his thoughts, peering out the window. Hampton wasn’t sure whether the former quarterback of the Jets was pensive or just plain tired. But never did he sense devastation. ” They landed at Republic Airport in Farmingdale. Lane drove up on the tarmac and picked them up. It was a twenty-minute ride to Weeb Ewbank Hall. Pennington went in to see Ari Nissim, the director of football administration. Then he made the rounds, saying good-bye to some of the same people in the building to whom he would send Omaha Steaks every Christmas.
Tannenbaum slept the whole way. When they landed, before heading over to Cook’s office in their limo, the Jets general manager began texting Favre. “And I find out what kind of dip he wanted,” Tannenbaum recalled. ’ ” Cook drove Tannenbaum in his car to Favre’s house; the limo took Michelle and Szott there. Tannenbaum gave Favre—clad in camouflage shorts, a T-shirt, and a hat—the Copenhagen. Now they were getting ready to leave for the first day of the rest of Favre’s life. ” Favre asked. ” Tannenbaum said.