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American Rifleman: December, 2017

I just finished reading the December issue of American Rifleman and there were several articles I found interesting. My favorite article was “Cold War Warriors:  The Men & Guns of Special Forces Berlin”, by James Stejskal.  This article discussed some … Continue reading

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Reloading Shed Clean Up

I spent yesterday afternoon cleaning up my reloading shed.  I have been piling other things in the shed, and it was time to start cleaning some of it up. I also had a roll of insulation that I hung up … Continue reading

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Writing Project

I am in the process of cleaning up an old writing project (NaNoWriMo 2015).  Currently, the story is titled, The Incident at Denver, and is about a group of students traveling to a conference when a nuclear war begins.  They … Continue reading

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Air Rifle Practice: 10/16/17

I had another opportunity to shoot this evening, but just for a few minutes again.  I’m not typically in Socorro on Monday nights, but this evening, I was able to get two targets worth of prone position shooting in before … Continue reading

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Air Rifle Practice: 10/9/17

I was able to shoot for a few minutes at air rifle practice this evening.  I am not normally in town on Monday nights, but this week and next, I will be. I only shot for a few minutes.  At … Continue reading

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Las Vegas

I don’t have much to say about this mass shooting.  I know the thing I want most right now are some straight facts, and I can count on not getting those.  Who was this guy, how was he able to … Continue reading

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American Rifleman: September 2017

I finally finished reading an issue of American Rifleman.  I’ve been woefully behind on my reading, so it was nice to finish what I had started. My favorite article in this issue was, “Hornady’s 6.5 MM Creedmoor” by Joseph L. … Continue reading

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