The scariest thing I saw on the way to Halloween was an Andrew Gillum yard sign and bumper sticker. Having a Socialist for a governor, now that is scary. Happy Halloween. Continue reading
The common term of raising the bar comes from pole vaulting where competitors continually raise the bar attempting to be the last successful person to clear the bar. The bar represents the high standard by which a person is allowed to continue their performance. Continue reading
The last piece of reloading equipment added is the case tumbler to make the cases cleaner to show that I have some pride in my craftsmanship. The second hundred rounds I reloaded were not cleaned. Reading opinions of more experienced reloaders lead me to the conclusion that it is not necessary, but desirable. I considered the wet versus dry methods and went with the dry media for my low volume needs. Continue reading
By fortuitous circumstance, I have taken the journey into reloading ammunition. I can’t say that I had a need to reload. Not even a trifling need, not a passing fancy. Certainly not a resolute and unyielding need. Continue reading
Conservatives have a rising hope for the stability of our Constitutional Republic. The President now has a second opportunity to appoint another candidate for the Supreme Court with a Constitutional philosophy closer to the departed Justice Scalia than the departing Justice Kennedy.
The Opinion: At the Gun Store: The Smith & Wesson Military & Police 9 M2.0 rendered in Flat Dark Earth is an eye catching pistol. The full size frame with a 5” barrel looks like a serious gun and it’s performance matches it’s good looks.
I have reviewed the S&W M&P 40 M2.0 Compact (November 11, 2017) and am in the process of gathering the data for a review of the S&W M&P 9 M2.0 FDE. The review of the M2.0 Compact was very positive. The frame dimensions, texture, trigger, and 4” barrel were all welcome upgrades for the M2.0 Compact. Continue reading