Monthly Archives: October 2013

NO MORE DROUGHT?

At least in Brazoria County? This was shortly after I gave up and headed for home last Sunday, October 13, 2013. Not a pond, by the way, normally flat DRY land!

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SIGHT MASTER SIGHT ADJUSTMENT TOOL

A sight pusher tool keeps you from pounding on your “iron” sights and possibly breaking them, plus lets you more precisely adjust them than when whacking on them with a punch and hammer. If you wish to remove the sight … Continue reading

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HUNTING OPTICS FOR SEMI-AUTO HANDGUNS

My eyes are just not what they once were, but I also never really did well with open sights on just about any firearm. I put a cheap, used scope on my .22 LR when I was in high school … Continue reading

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CROSSBREED HOLSTER FOR GLOCK

My Glock friends keep telling me that the lack of an actual safety on these pistols can be overcome by “training” – which means learning to keep your finger away from the trigger at all times except for when you … Continue reading

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RIP – DON ZAIDLE

Just fought my way out of the woods in a pouring rain, arrived home and had a message from Roy Neves, owner/publisher of Texas Fish & Game Magazine, that the editor of that publication, Don Zaidle, passed away in his … Continue reading

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Heavenly Buck?

I get a look at bucks on my property that a “deer manager” on a large ranch would probably want “culled”. As an interesting by-product, this camera overlooks a section of the “road” leading to the back of my small … Continue reading

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New Cash Crop?

I have wondered where all the wind turbine parts arriving at Port Freeport ended up? On a recent quick trip to Amarillo, I think I found out! Sweetwater has so many they are using a turbine blade as a “Welcome … Continue reading

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A TEXAS JEWEL!

Palo Duro Canyon, in the Panhandle not far from Amarillo, is one of the most ruggedly beautiful spots in Texas. I was told last year by a TP&WD employee that hunting for Auodad sheep was allowed, even encouraged in the … Continue reading

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