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Monthly Archives: June 2015

25 Jun

Fiber optics sights have recently grown in popularity for use on all types of firearms. These sights have been around for quite a long time and they offer a reasonably priced alternative to many of the factory sights that may be difficlt to see in certain lighting conditions. My first experience with fiber optic sights were on an old Ithaca 37 Deerslayer Riotgun. At that time I was shooting a lot of 2 and 3 gun matches, so one Thursday I stopped at one of the local "cop shops" and found this police trade-in Ithaca with a cracked stock and …

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19 Jun

It’s (unocifically for two more days) summertime, finally.  I’m not what most people would call "skinny" so I’m more comfortable outside in a little bit cooler weather.  I think extremely handsome, tough to break, and hearty are better adjectives to describe myself.  Fall and spring are my two favorite seasons.  I still spend a lot of my time outside during the summer, it’s just not my preferred weather.  I read an article this morning that this year is supposed to be the earth’s warmest on record (not in the earth's history, just since we've been keeping track).  Judging by the …

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10 Jun

In the spring, a young man’s fancy turns to thoughts of – bratwurst.

As regular readers of this blog have noticed, I tend to take the path of least resistance.  I let people in front of me in traffic.  I prefer a screw top bottle over a cork.  I don’t always make the bed, because I’ll be back in it in the evening.  If I just leave the satellite on Spike TV, it doesn’t matter where the remote is, Cops will be on soon.

And this is how I have come to cooking dinner on our camping stove for the …

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05 Jun

I will be the first to admit that I am not the neatest person.  I keep things safe, secure, and in order that matter like my outdoor gear and previous years' taxes.  If it wasn’t for having to clean the house and car every now and then to impress women, I would be knee high in clothes and whatever else it is that I’m too lazy to put away.  What I lack for in neatness, I make up for tenfold in a neurotic need to plan ahead. 

I just found out about a month ago that my family will be …

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