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But Sam's (DeWoskin's?) dark humor, and her interest in wordplay, make Banshee a fun, furious, speedy read.
For the Banshee, a staked plug fills the gap in the bolt carrier where we'd traditionally see a gas key.
The 9mm Banshee is fed by Glock-pattern magazines, and you'll see the lower receiver is nicely contoured around that magazine.
@bevismusson Beetham Tower is wailing like a banshee in the wind today.
"Banshee" showrunner-director Greg Yaitanes and his team shot the entire scene using only the consumer favorite GoPro Hero 3 and the Panasonic HX A-500.
Banshee is pulp crime drama, full of gratuitous sex and violence.
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The gritty action drama stars Antony Starr as Lucas Hood, an ex-con and master thief who assumes the identity of the sheriff of Banshee, Pa., where he continues his criminal activities, even as he's being hunted by the shadowy gangsters he betrayed years earlier.
He said that accident rates resulting from the misuse of the banshee bikes and Dune Buggies are on the rise after the occurrence of deaths and injuries that caused permanent disabilities for children as a result of sudden exit from dirt roads or sandy areas, in addition to driving in the opposite direction.
The Banshee or "Banjo" completed its maiden flight at St.
(In the first two films, the artists wanted to create a deconstructed realism akin to an opera set, confining all activity to windowless rooms; indeed, the only indications of an outside world are thrift-store paintings of horses and of bucolic landscapes.) Here, the video opens with an outdoor shot of the new actor, a young girl cast as a banshee, the Celtic omen of death.