250 bucks and The Bomber (my old Chevy… because it sounds just like a B-24 Bomber) is ready for another trip over Berlin. Or into Town. What really hurt was the 80 bucks to fill the tank.
The old line goes “Beware the man with one gun, because he knows how to use it.” Or something along those lines. From my experience, that old line is a poor excuse for not buying more guns. The most experienced shooters I know have a ton of guns, and they know how to shoot all of them. Continue reading Beware the Man with One Gun…
I forgot to add our friend Jim’s blog to the Big Fat Blogroll. Gas and Lead. Bookmark it! Jim is talking about some cool guns, and he’s got a couple cool new guns coming… so check in on them.
Beware The Pink One.
There are not a whole lot of hot Villainesses in Sci-Fi and Fantasy. These are my Top Five Favorites. Each one is an evil bea-otch that uses her womanhood to ruin men or are just plain evil-crazy and reminds me of someone I used to know. Descending Order:
Thank you to Retired Officer Eric for the cool old school Army holster. I was wanting just such a rig for riding in the mountains. Looking at the gear inspired me to take a photo.
Does anyone have an Plates for the vest? I still need the plates.
In a prime example of shlock reporting, KSL News has managed to screw up a simple story. They talked to a 3 people in putting this story together. 1. Another KSL Reporter. 2. Some dude from back east. 3. An Anti-Gun Reporter named Gunn. They didn’t talk to anyone else in Utah… like Utah Gun Owners. They could have gone to any of the Dealers in Utah, talked to some Utah Instructors… But they didn’t. It’s as if they wanted to keep distance from the topic as much as possible. The other thing that bugs me… KSL has called Utah, “Gun Land“. This is a tag I’ve never heard. So I did a search and the only reference to Gun Land, other than the Deseret News bit that was mentioned, was another article… this time from the SLC Tribune Blog, in an Opinion Piece. Continue reading Utah is Gun Land?
Please Contact Joe at Crusader Weaponry… Some sent along FFL’s for shipping without your contact information to go with it. I doubt your local Dealers know your WTA or other Screen Names. But maybe they do! Regardless, please be a good sport, and ease Joe’s worries. Much thanks!
The Sterling: Designed in 1942. Perfected in 2011. Okay, that’s a bit much… and it’s cheesy as hell. However during test firing today at Ballistic Testing Zone One, the Sterling didn’t have a single malfunction of any kind. The gun ran flawlessly.