Madmen Cometh, July 26-28 2019, Singapore

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please pack for hot weather (28-32 Celsius) for tours. also, we have a tendency to have airconditioners going at around 20-23 Celsius. see you all in July.
 

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please pack for hot weather (28-32 Celsius) for tours. also, we have a tendency to have airconditioners going at around 20-23 Celsius. see you all in July.
Not from what I have seen. I have seen a majority of local folks sitting out at 32C in the noon day sun eating flaming hot spicy noodles.

Glad you are joining the tourney - we did move the tourney back to SG for you after all.
 

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Come join us @ The Malaya Madmen

... where the the beer's cold and the dice are hot.
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That Japanese leader appears to have traded in his Nambu for a Colt or Browning pistol. The man obviously appreciates the finer handguns.
It could be a Hamada pistol, a Japanese partial redesign of the Browning m1910. See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamada_Type_pistol
Or alternatively a Nambu Type 94. See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_94_Nambu_pistol

Either way, pistols accounted for an insignificant percentage of casualties in WW2, some undoubtedly self inflicted, accidentally or deliberately.
 

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The muzzle area of the pistol's slide in the drawing appears to be a bit too 'thick' to be either a Hamada or a Type 94.
 
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