This idea came to me when I was listening to a podcast by friend & fellow blogger Matt over at the Everyday Marksman. Here are my four archetypes of the gun owner: Fuddy Fred Tactical Timmy Sheepdog Shane Prepper Pete* I believe that these different characters exist within all gun owners, to some degree or … Continue reading Archetypes of the Gun Owner: Introduction
PolyDAT: Low price, high performance performance. If you're looking at a budget Glock trigger, this is for you.
Quick update to a previous post.
Sometimes we just need to take a moment and slow down. This morning I stumbled into just such a moment completely by accident.
Life isn't all just shooting guns and making memes.
Everyone talks about freedom, yet so many of us still live in chains.
Legit, right? Well here's the thing: Theodore Roosevelt brought progressivism into American politics. National parks & trust-busting are progressive ideas. They are both ways that the federal government exerts power and limits your freedom for 'the greater good'. I'm not even going to say that these are bad things. I truly believe the park system … Continue reading The Dichotomy of Theodore Roosevelt
Child's stories aren't only for kids...
As a quick refresher, the gas port is a hole drilled into the barrel that allows some of the burned gunpowder's gas to cycle back into the gun's action. The gas is funneled into the bolt carrier, and the pressure of the gas cycles the action, ejecting the empty case, resetting the hammer, and compressing … Continue reading What is Dwell Time?
This week I got in some gear that I've been meaning to purchase for a while.