Category Archives: Reading

American Rifleman: July 2017

I finally finished reading the July 2017 issue of American Rifleman, and I liked several of the articles. First, let me say that I always enjoy the column titled, I Have This Old Gun…  I love history, and I love historic … Continue reading

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American Rifleman: February 2017

I finished reading the February issue of American Rifleman. I really appreciated the Exploded View – SKS Carbine article by Ian Mccollum.  I now have this article hanging in my reloading shack, as I have struggled to disassemble (or rather reassemble) … Continue reading

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Book Review: Tactical Pistol Shooting, 2nd Edition, by Erik Lawrence and Mike Pannone

I managed to find this book in the Rio Rancho Public Library, so, while my son was setting up a display in the library, I started reading it. This is an easy-to-use guide for all self-defense pistol situations.  It covers … Continue reading

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American Rifleman: January, 2017

I just finished reading this month’s American Rifleman, and I must say that my favorite article was the regular column, “I Have This Old Gun…” by Garry James.  This article was about the Allen “Dragoon” Pepperbox, and I have been … Continue reading

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American Rifleman: December, 2016

I just finished reading this month’s American Rifleman, and I enjoyed every article in it.  My two favorites were about pocket pistols and Pearl Harbor. I have been considering a pocket pistol off and on for quite some time, so … Continue reading

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American Rifleman: November 2016

This month’s issue of American Rifleman featured mostly election and politics information, as could be expected with such a pivital Presidential race rapidly approaching.  Naturally, American Rifleman spoke of Trump and Clinton mostly, but did not mention Johnson’s voting record … Continue reading

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Outdoor Books: Hatchet, by Gary Paulsen

I first read this novel in the 7th grade, and I really loved it.  It was required reading for my class, as we did a unit on survival. The plot of the story is that a 13 year old boy … Continue reading

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