Tango Uniform Truck.

Many of you know my old Chevy truck. It’s a 2500 Scotsdale four by four, with an extended cab. It’s been all over with multiple trips to Vegas and has carted around four of those who contribute to Concealed Carry Magazine. It’s been a great truck and I am very fond of it. My wife is even more taken with it. She enjoys the strong engine and capacity to haul pretty much anything.
Unfortunately the old War Wagon is on it’s last legs and othe thing could go Tang Uniform at any time now. It’s now leaking oil from multiple locations, smoking, overheating, and running like total crap now. I’m not sure what the problem is… But it’s more than what I want to deal with right now.
I have the chance to buy a Toyota Forerunner… If my check from the publisher is what I hope it is. Then my Bride can have her baby blue Explorer back and I’ll have a rig to drive through winter. Driving the Chevy back and forth to work every day isn’t going to happen. Especially since it doesn’t have a heater anymore. I think if I get this Toyota, I’m going to do something with it…
Check certain engine parts, check mileage per gallon, try to measure just how good the rig is running. Then do a full Slipstream treatment on it. A long term test. See if Slipstream has solid benefits like what we think it has. The Chevy is just too beaten down to be a good test mule.

Sanding the Glock.

I took some sandpaper to my Glock 23 RTF2. It’s not that the texture was rough on my hands… On the contrary, I liked the texture. Unfortunately my clothes didn’t like it. Underarmor brand shirts would snag badly. Work shirts.  Sweatshirts too. And if I didn’t wear a t shirt under it, it would savage my side. So I sanded the flats. The front and back straps remain RTF2 textured. Gripping the gun is pretty much unchanged. The pistol locks into the hand rock solid, as usual. I may try some stippling some time, but I’m in no rush.