Monthly Archives: February 2015

GUN BILLS CLEARING STATE SENATE?

Alice Tripp of the Texas State Rifle Association has just announced that both the Campus Carry and some form of Open Carry legislation appear to have passed or will pass the Texas Senate. I’m not really sure how much I … Continue reading

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CAST BULLET USE AND PERFORMANCE – IT’S HARD, BUT NOT DIFFICULT!

Bullet casting is perhaps more popular today than it was when there was almost no other way to get bullets! Partly this is because, eventually, some money may be saved by casting your own projectiles. Mostly, it gives the shooter … Continue reading

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MANAGING THE DEER HERD?

Well, I didn’t manage to kill a deer on my place AGAIN this year. There were good deer around, although mostly at night, and I let three does walk – after promising my wife I’d try for a “meat” deer. … Continue reading

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SEEMS THE DROUGHT IS OVER?

This picture was a couple of weeks ago, the day we had over 2 inches of rain – on top of everything already being soaked from almost daily rains the week before. By the way, that isn’t a catfish feeder … Continue reading

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THE “NEW” RUGER SUPER BLACKHAWK, AND THE “IMPROVED” RUGER SUPER BLACKHAWK “HUNTER”

This picture is of an older Ruger Super Blackhawk single action revolver, with the 7 1/2″ barrel, chambered in .44 magnum – as many feel a single action revolver SHOULD be. When I bought this gun recently, it was in … Continue reading

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