INSERT INTO sites(host) VALUES('') 1045: Access denied for user 'www-data'@'localhost' (using password: NO) Estimated Worth $402,316 - MYIP.NET Website Information
Welcome to!
 Set MYIP as homepage      


Web Page Information

Meta Description:
Meta Keywords:
sponsored links:
sponsored links:

Traffic and Estimation


Website Ranks

Alexa Rank:
Google Page Rank:
Sogou Rank:
Baidu Cache:

Search Engine Indexed

Search EngineIndexedLinks

Server Data

Web Server:
IP address:    

Registry information

ICANN Registrar:
Name Server:
Whois Server:

Alexa Rank and trends

Traffic: Today One Week Avg. Three Mon. Avg.
Unique IP:

More ranks in the world

Users from these countries/regions

Where people go on this site

Alexa Charts

Alexa Reach and Rank

Whois data

Who is at


Registry Domain ID: 7444592_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN

Registrar WHOIS Server:

Registrar URL:

Updated Date: 2018-07-31T14:55:12Z

Creation Date: 1999-06-23T16:32:26Z

Registry Expiry Date: 2019-06-23T16:33:05Z

Registrar: BigRock Solutions Limited

Registrar IANA ID: 1495

Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abuse-contact

Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.2013775952

Domain Status: ok

Name Server:

Name Server:

DNSSEC: unsigned

URL of the ICANN Whois Inaccuracy Complaint Form:

>>> Last update of whois database: 2018-10-13T17:10:07Z <<<

For more information on Whois status codes, please visit

The expiration date displayed in this record is the date the

registrar's sponsorship of the domain name registration in the registry is

currently set to expire. This date does not necessarily reflect the expiration

date of the domain name registrant's agreement with the sponsoring

registrar. Users may consult the sponsoring registrar's Whois database to

view the registrar's reported date of expiration for this registration.

You are not authorized to access or query our Whois

database through the use of electronic processes that are high-volume and

automated except as reasonably necessary to register domain names or

modify existing registrations; the Data in VeriSign Global Registry

Services' ("VeriSign") Whois database is provided by VeriSign for

information purposes only, and to assist persons in obtaining information

about or related to a domain name registration record. VeriSign does not

guarantee its accuracy. By submitting a Whois query, you agree to abide

by the following terms of use: You agree that you may use this Data only

for lawful purposes and that under no circumstances will you use this Data

(1) allow, enable, or otherwise support the transmission of mass

unsolicited, commercial advertising or solicitations via e-mail, telephone,

or facsimile; or (2) enable high volume, automated, electronic processes

that apply to VeriSign (or its computer systems). The compilation,

repackaging, dissemination or other use of this Data is expressly

prohibited without the prior written consent of VeriSign. You agree not to

use electronic processes that are automated and high-volume to access or

query the Whois database except as reasonably necessary to register

domain names or modify existing registrations. VeriSign reserves the right

to restrict your access to the Whois database in its sole discretion to ensure

operational stability. VeriSign may restrict or terminate your access to the

Whois database for failure to abide by these terms of use. VeriSign

reserves the right to modify these terms at any time.

The Registry database contains ONLY .COM, .NET, .EDU domains and


Front Page Thumbnail

sponsored links:

Front Page Loading Time

Keyword Hits (Biger,better)

Other TLDs of shotgunreviews

TLDs Created Expires Registered

Similar Websites


Search Engine Spider Emulation

Title:Shotgun Reviews – Thoughts, Reviews and more
Shotgun Reviews #8211; Thoughts, Reviews and more
Now Trending:
How to Get Started Using...
Buying Jewelry Online Wi...
Must have Military Equip...
My Top 5 War Movies
Smart Buying
How to Get Started Using a Metal Detector
If you have always seen someone at the beach
Buying Jewelry Online Without Getting Ripped Off
Must have Military Equipment
My Top 5 War Movies
How to Get Started Using a Metal Detector
ShotgunMan | September 22, 2015
If you have always seen someone at the beach walking around with a weird looking gadget and wondered what they were doing, they were probably using a metal detector to find hidden treasures. If you are thinking of taking this on as your new hobby here are some tips to help you get started.
You might want to do a little research on using a metal detector before you start to make sure it is what you expected it to be. Check online to see if there are any groups that use metal detectors as a hobby or even a club that embraces treasure hunting. You can join a blog like to see what the people are talking about, see where they are going in your area, and find out what you might expect to find on your outings.
If you have made a commitment to start using a metal detector you need to find out which is the best one for you. Do a search online and start checking out the models that are available. Check out the features that interest you and do a comparison on the prices. Again, you should check out a metal detector as a hobby blog to see what type of equipment other people are using. Introduce yourself as a newcomer and see what suggestions others have and find out what kind of metal detector they started out with.
Next you should find out the best places to go to track your treasures. For most people the beach is the easiest place to start and with so many people coming and going on a regular basis it should yield the biggest stash. Some people feel that it鈥檚 best to go on a search after a good rain because with the ground being wet it serves as a better conductor. Another thing to remember is to keep going back to places that you have already gone to because things change, especially places that are frequented by people.
In the beginning you will probably stop and check every signal that you get to see what the detector has found. After some practice you will probably be able to discern what sounds like something that could possibly be of value and something as simple as a pull tab from a soda can. Keep practicing until you begin to get the hang of the detector so you ca move on to finding bigger and better things.
Make sure that if you鈥檙e going for a search in a public area that you cover up any holes you make digging down for possible treasures. You don鈥檛 want to be responsible for an unsuspecting person falling because you were irresponsible. And bring a bag with you so you can take any items that don鈥檛 pan out away with you.
Using a metal detector can be a fun hobby. It gets you outdoors in the fresh air and could possibly lead to some unexpected treasures.
Buying Jewelry Online Without Getting Ripped Off
ShotgunMan | December 3, 2013
No one likes to get ripped off when they are shopping, particularly at this time of year with Christmas just around the corner and many shops jacking up their prices knowing full well that there will be a lot of shoppers out and about. One thing that I hate doing is jewelry shopping, and that is because I see how expensive a lot of the jewelry is and can just imagine how big of a markup is happening on each and every item.
The one really big thing that gets me is when it comes to diamonds and other precious stones like ruby and emerald. Your average joe consumer isn #8217;t going to be able to tell the difference between a real diamond or a man made one and there are more than likely plenty of shady retailers who take full advantage of that fact and sell diamond engagement rings as the real deal even though they are man made diamonds. These things aren #8217;t cheap either, with your average diamond ring costing at least a couple of thousand dollars, when a man made one would at most cost $50-$100.
So the last time I bought Jewelry for my wife we went shopping and compared the differences between the #8220;real deal #8221; and the fake or man made alternative, but to make things interesting we didn #8217;t tell her which was which and asked her to tell tell me which she liked better. As it turns out, she liked the man made diamond better because it looked brighter and sparkled more. The difference in price #8211; $4,500 vs $175. It went to prove the point that the only person that really knew the difference was the man behind the counter who could look at each of them with a microscope and determine the real from the fake. To me, that just isn #8217;t worth paying an extra $4K for that!
Anyway after we did that we did some Google searching for rings and found an online shop that specializes in promise rings, which despite not being in the market for a promise ring, we decided to buy it for her anyway as it was just a simple ring that didn #8217;t scream promise ring, and for the price you just couldn #8217;t go wrong at a little over $100. Overall her Christmas present which (if I had a spare $4,500) could have cost us a small fortune, ended up costing a modest $115 #8211; pretty good if you ask me, and my wife is happy too!
Motto of the story #8211; Don #8217;t get suckered into buying an extensive piece of jewelry when no one will even know if you get the cheaper alternative.
Must have Military Equipment
ShotgunMan | August 24, 2013
As i #8217;m sure most of you are aware, I love all things military. This means that I have ended up with quite the collection of military equipment at my house. I tend to buy military equipment because I know that it will last and it will stand the test of time. Anyway, the following list is my favorite military items in my collection. Enjoy 馃檪
Military Knives
The military have some of the most versatile / best quality knives going around. My personal favorite is the KA-BAR Full Size US Marine Corps Fighting Knife. It is a great all round knife that can be used for pretty much any situation. I like to take it with me whenever I go hunting or camping as I always find a need for it at some point.
Military Backpack
Military backpacks are in a league of their own when it comes to durability. These things carry heaps of gear that weighs a tonne and they just keep on going. Military backpacks will normally cost more than the normal type of backpack that I am sure you are used to. You know, the one that is made in China that costs $10 and falls apart the minute you walk out of the shop with it. If you want a great backpack that will last for years and years (no matter the conditions) then do yourself a favor and just go get one. I did some searching around and found a great assortment of military backpacks, which look to be reasonably well researched.
Military Boots
I have a few pairs of boots that I regularly use, but without a doubt the best ones that have lasted the longest are my Tactical Boots which I actually bought from Amazon a few years back. I wear them pretty much everyday and while they don #8217;t look brand new anymore, they are still in really great condition considering the amount of heavy use they get.
What is your favorite piece of military equipment that you own?
My Top 5 War Movies
ShotgunMan | August 12, 2013
I have always been interested in war movies, however I am often disappointed when I do shell out the cash to go see a war movie in the theater and it is the biggest load of trash you have ever seen.
So I have complied a list of my 5 favorite war / military movies in descending order (1 is the best) #8211; I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
5 #8211; Platoon
This movie is about the Vietnam war. The US government drafts many teens to become soldiers who are then sent off to Vietnam and into an absolute blood bath. One of the main characters in the movie is Chris Taylor, he is allocated into a platoon controlled by two sergeants who don #8217;t see eye to eye and who believe war should be fought their own way. One of the sergeants is Elias who is all about making sure they survive and believe in respecting the enemy while Barnes id essentially a brute who is more interested in bloodshed and being as violent / disrespectful to the enemy as possible. Essentially the movie follows Chris Taylor and how he deals with the two very different military commands each sergeant has.
Wikipedia #8211; Platoon
4 #8211; The Hurt Locker
This movie is top shelf and easily one of the best I have seen in the last 10 years or so. The movie takes place around the Iraq war and what it is like to be in the American bomb squad looking for IED #8217;s. Essentially the entire movie revolves around a series of bomb threats that the unit has to investigate and diffuse. Each threat is intense and you really get a feel for what it would be like if you were in that situation #8211; it really is thrilling stuff.
The Hurt Locker doesn #8217;t glorify war at all and actually portrays an anti-war message throughout. It shows that real people are involved in these wars and they do get injured and even killed just for doing their jobs. It also shows the other side of the war and that the people being invaded are just like anyone else, only they live in this messed up war torn country (which they had no choice in). This really is a great movie and I recommend you give it a whirl.
Wikipedia #8211; The Hurt Locker
3 #8211; Saving Private Ryan
I #8217;m not a big Tom Hanks fan, but in this movie he was superb.聽 Saving Private Ryan is set during the invasion of Normandy in World War II. I would have to say that the first 30 minutes or so is some of the most intense viewing in a war movie you are ever likely to watch, it is graphic and it doesn #8217;t shy away from exactly how brutal war can be.
The plot in this movie to me is a little lacking and also fairly unrealistic, but the war scenes and the acting make it more than a worthwhile movie to watch. In general, the movie focuses on a small platoon who #8217;s mission is to find private Ryan who is MIA. The team has to overcome many obstacles along the way, none more interesting than some dissent amongst the ranks and the lingering question of why this private Ryans life is more important than the platoon sent out to bring him back to safety.
Wikipedia #8211; Saving Private Ryan
2 #8211; Full Metal Jacket
This is close to the best war movie ever made, although the second half of the movie is certainly not as good as the first half. It is really interesting to watch these marines training and being broken down by the system and turned into order following killers without question or remorse. I don #8217;t want to write too much about this movie because I don #8217;t want to ruin it for you, but make sure you watch out for the sniper scene in the second half of the movie #8211; don #8217;t worry, you will know it when it comes. It will keep you on the edge of your seat and you will be terrified the entire time. There are plenty of memorable quotes in the movie and if you liked any of the previous war movies I listed above then you will love this one.
Wikipedia #8211; Full Metal Jacket
1 #8211; We Were Soldiers
I remember seeing this movie at the cinema with a friend and her dad who was a Vietnam veteran and I #8217;ll never forget what he said when we walked out. He said that it was the most realistic war movie he had ever seen and that finally someone had got it right. It was a toss up for me to put this movie ahead of Full Metal Jacket, but I believe it is a more rounded movie as it shows some of the aspects of the families at home who are also impacted by war, and not just the military personnel on the ground.
The movie is very graphic and extremely realistic to a point where you honestly feel like you are right there and you can feel your heart racing. There is no sugar coating when it comes to this film, be prepared intense war scenes with realistic characters and a great all round movie. You won #8217;t be disappointed.
Wikipedia #8211; We Were Soldiers
How to Get Started Using a Metal Detector
Buying Jewelry Online Without Getting Ripped Off
Must have Military Equipment
My Top 5 War Movies
Copyright copy; 2016 Shotgun Reviews.

Updated Time

Friend links: ProxyFire    More...
Site Map 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 610 620 630 640 650 660 670 680 690 700 710 720 730 740 750
TOS | Contact us
© 2009 Dev by MYIP Elapsed:1.489ms