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  1. Need some help with picking out a conventional reel. I'm leaning towards a 400-size single-speed Accurate Fury. I've noticed that there are a number of variations of the 400, I've listed them below: FX-400GS FX-400NGS FX-400XGS FX-400XNGS I don't know what these variations are so I don't what they mean. I'm looking for a versatile reel to live line pogeys/mackerel and fishing with chunk bait. 1. Can someone explain what these variations are? 2. Which variation seems the best for the fishing I mentioned above? Thanks!
  2. Finally watched the movie, for the sake of one particular thing ..... there's only one functioning Tiger tank left in the world, and the producers managed to get some use of it for this movie. It's in a tank museum in the UK. I wanted to see it. Now a question or two for the cognoscenti. The firearm that Brad Pitt carries looks like an StG44 to me. Is that what it is? No doubt GIs grabbed any souvenir they wanted from dead Germans, but keeping that supplied with 9mm Kurz (?) would have been problematic ... anyway, is that what he's shown carrying? The crew had M1911s and the M-3 (also?) sub-machine guns. Anyone know if those were standard issue to tank crew in WW II? And hand grenades, classic movie-issue pineapple grenades. Would those have been issued to tankers? I'm a bit skeptical but I don't know. As a movie, it's stock Hollywood, but I liked it well enough. I rate it at three chicken wings of a possible five. The musical score's decent. Best acting done by the two women who briefly appear, but overall the cat wasn't impressed enough to stay awake. The five-wing standard for B movies for guys is the original "Predator," but this is serviceable.