The Shooting Trail on YouTube

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The Shooting Trail is the production of my good friends Kim and Connie du Toit.  After they dissappeared from the Outdoor Network, I despaired greatly.  To find this collection on YouTube was cause for much rejoicing in gunnyland. Thanks Kim & Connie! Episode 1 (part 1 of 2) Episode 1 (part 2 of 2) Episode 2 […]

Hat tip & Link to most Excellent Video at: Guidons, Guidons, Guidons Heavy Metal  

I’ll be in Boca Raton Monday and Tuesday evening … Cocktails anyone?

Range Day

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A lovely day at the Sooper Sekrit Shooting Spot.

The BlogStation talks through the InterTubes via a broadband router.  Not one to fear new technology, I acquired an N-Band router and the requisite RangeMax Wireless-N adapters. The following real-world performance graph would have saved me $108. What we have here is a chart showing the best 10 of 20 tests, running the McAfee Internet […]

The Sooper Sekrit (see link for pics) meeting spot is I-45 and Beltline Road (South of Dallas).  We’ll meet Saturday at 11:00 AM at the  (Shell? Texaco) station on the SouthEast corner and proceed from there. JR from A Keyboard and a .45 has RSVP’d. If anyone else in North Texas or surrounding States wants to join […]

“Co-Witness” was a term I wasn’t familiar with until Say Uncle brought out the 6.8 SPC upper at Gunblogger Rendezvous II. Since then, it’s been added to the list of things that I ‘need’. “Co-Witness” refers to a the use of both an electronic rifle sight and a backup mechanical sight to: A) confirm the […]

The Blog Station (Vista SP1 test, take 1) woke up dead this morning – caught in the dreaded perpetual boot, then pause, then flash of blue, then boot again loop. Running the latest build from Diskeeper (770) in a Boot-time defragmentation mode evidently makes Vista SP1 vewy, vewy angwy … or at least angry enough to hide it’s […]

“When she pointed her handgun at the two nearest deputies, officers switched to assault rifles, hitting Sarah Marie Stanfield [30-year-old mother of three] of Boise eight times with bullets designed to break apart on impact to increase internal damage. She died last fall of multiple gunshot wounds.” This incredible quote was supposedly to illustrate: Police […]

Two Fiskings Needed …

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Two articles appeared today richly deserve a thorough Fisking. Whitewashing the Second Amendment (from Mother Jones) and Trigger Happy on gun rights (from The Christian Science Monitor) My response to both articles is, “Bah!” Perhaps others can elaborate with a more detailed response.

Check out Mr. Completely (link) if you would like to host a match at your blog. Dates and hosts signed up so far: Start End Host 3/3/2008 3/3/2008 Mr. Completely 4/7/2008 4/28/2008 The Conservative UAW Guy 5/5/2008 5/26/2008 Armes et tir passion 6/2/2008 6/30/2008 Snowflakes in Hell 7/7/2008 7/28/2008 OPEN 8/4/2008 8/25/2008 OPEN 9/1/2008 9/29/2008 […]

The Vista SP1 update went OK – even for the laptop. Done in 1 hour and 37 minutes. I run XP-Pro on a 200 GB drive in the laptop and only pop the 100 GB Vista hard drive in whenever there’s a major update – just to keep things current. On the dual monitor blog-station […]

This could be the end …

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I’m about to click on the Vista SP1 update button, so … if it doesn’t work out, it’s been real nice meeting all of you. (Bites lip. Click.*)

Here (pdf format) and Here (MS Word Format)

JUSTICE KENNEDY: “Well, you’re being faithful to Miller. I suggest that Miller may be deficient.“

The case to overturn the unconstitutional gun ban in Washington, D.C. will hear oral arguments today. The case which carries far – reaching implication for other gun laws is being watched closely. Scotusblog plans live coverage. It will also be rebroadcast on CSPAN shortly after its conclusion,

Citizens are to be asked if they ‘give consent’ to searches of their property in Washington, DC. In short, the answer is NO. When armed men under the color of law appear on your porch requesting entry, your rights and all of our rights are lost, if you agree with their request. Article at The […]

Range Report: e-Postal Shoot

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The Smith & Wesson 22A with the red dot sight was the choice for today’s e-Postal Match entry. I scored the first target and turned my attention to plinking in the fast moving waters of the Trinity River. Target 1 score: 83 / 100 Target 2 score: 5/10 (See Mr Completely for e-Postal Targets and […]

By a 65-36 margin, Oklahoma legislators approved a measure that would allow persons with concealed handgun licenses to carry their weapons on college and university campuses. One less State where potential victims are forced to be unarmed. Oklahoma is OK! (Source)

Internet Gun Sales (from the VPC Blog) We just plain don’t like them. The whole concept of “firearms commerce” greatly disturbs us. We’ve noticed numerous loopholes that allow a person to purchase firearms without even being seen. To combat this, several methods of advertising and purchasing firearms should be banned: * Inventory listings on websites. […]

Gun Show this Weekend!

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At Big Town in Mesquite, Texas Info Here.

The e-Postal Match: Season Opener

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The 2008 e-Postal Match season opens with “Frequent Flyer” hosted by Mr. Completely. Target 1 (click image to download) Target 2 is here. See Mr. Completely’s post for rules, deadlines, etc. Since it snowed last week, and it’s Texas, that could only mean one thing – 90 degrees tomorrow! Traction Control plans to try the […]

This morning Traction Control was on hand for the first night-time shuttle launch since Columbia (the 30th in the Shuttle program’s history) with the launch of the Space Shuttle Endeavor. The NASA access provided a vantage point some 400 yards closer than the press facilities. (The diagram on the right shows the layout of our […]

Yesterday was tax filing day for me and Buy A Gun Day is approaching fast. [Thanks to]

Shuttle Launch!

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The first night launch since Columbia for the Space Shuttle is planned at 2:30 AM tonight (technically tomorrow morning), and Traction Control has managed to get a VIP Pass onto the base – right next to the press box, for the event! What a hoot! Weather permitting, I hope to have some pictures or video to […]

Should I?

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Having what is perhaps the ultimate EBR (evil black rifle) resting in the safe with a ‘for sale’ on it has been stressful. What I’m tempted to do is add every available option and keep it, lest this current batch of Barrett M82’s be the last. Should I? Here are the options listed at […]

This post at BoingBoing illustrates just how Montana can be regarded as a beacon of freedom by simply adhering to the rule of law and common sense. I’m now tempted to look into acquiring a Montana residence. What should I expect to pay for 2,500+ acres? Scenic vistas and water access are a plus.

“You Really Got a Hold on Me” was the first track recorded for The Beatles second LP With the Beatles, and features John Lennon on lead vocal with George Harrison on close harmony. A snippet of my latest genius: Instead of, “I love you madly … You really got a hold on me,” Try this: […]

The Hot Air Post: Video: Blogger moved to tears by awesomeness of new machine gun Traction Control‘s Comment: Blogger moved to tears by the law against new machine gun awesomeness. It’s a Glock in a box. Pretty cool, but: Not.A.Machine.Gun.For. Sovereigns. Civilians. Peasants. A machine gun for the ‘peasant-class’ would have had to be manufactured […]

Airport Blogging – Boca Raton

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What a difference a day makes – from 32 degrees and snow to 84 degrees on the Sunny beaches of Florida. Any readers from the Boca Raton / West Palm Beach area? About 3-1/2 miles from Highland Beach – It looks like there are 13 golf courses withing a 5 mile radius – and they […]

From USATODAY I’ll just give you the first two lines, the rest you’ll have to see for yourself here: “Suppose you bring the kids to Grand Teton National Park for a vacation and set out on a hike around Jenny Lake. Halfway around, you encounter an unfriendly hiker carrying a loaded 9mm semiautomatic pistol. Still […]

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