Monthly Archives: August 2016

Revolver Grip Alignment

All the Ruger revolvers I have been “involved” with have “locator pins” in the grip frame with matching holes in the grips to help keep the grips in position. This is necessary with grips only held in place by one … Continue reading

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NEXT STEP ON THE HERTER’S PROJECT GUN: A DIY “RUST BROWN” FINISH FOR A HANDGUN FRAME

Although the blueing on the cylinder frame of my Herter’s project revolver was not in really bad shape, I wanted a “different” look to make it really distinctive. After considering a new blue with either a commercial product or even … Continue reading

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Antler Growth Off To A Good Start!

It is very likely these pictures – taken a few weeks apart – are of the same buck, at different stages of antler development. The wet winter and spring we experienced on the Texas coast appears to have been beneficial … Continue reading

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WOLF-ISH?

This canine recently captured on a game camera appears a bit larger and darker in coloration than the average coastal Coyote? My friend, Chester Moore, the Executive Editor for Texas Fish & Game Magazine, agrees with me. Like myself, Chester … Continue reading

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LARGE LIVE OAKS ARE FAIRLY COMMON IN BRAZORIA COUNTY

My wife – who by the way is a bit short, but NOT a midget (although I apologize to any readers who are, no offense intended!) stands next to an impressive live oak tree on our Brazoria County property. Looking … Continue reading

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Hard Cast .480 Ruger Results

Recently I was re-arranging the stack of old truck tires that makes up my target backstop at the 50 yard distance on my “home range”. On the ground in the middle off the outside stack I found two .480 Ruger … Continue reading

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