Monthly Archives: March 2011
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 1911 – which is today – I thought I would share a story about the first American airman to win the Medal of Honor with a 1911 in hand. His name was … Continue reading
A few months back Shooting Illustrated ran an article by me on the surprise trigger break entitled No Surprises. It generated a good bit of mail from folks that learned to shoot a gun by letting the trigger break surprise … Continue reading
Something is wrong with me today. I’m out of sorts. I’m not in a bad mood, I’m not lazy. I want to do something, I just don’t know what it is. I thought about handloading some ammo but the weather … Continue reading
I’m not much for pink guns, but hey, I bet Albert Franklin Hill does not like them either. The beauty queen’s boyfriend said she did not shoot very good at the range…maybe she did not want to show him up. … Continue reading
As with a lot of cool or neat things on the Internet, its hard to trust some of the information that crawls up your computer screen via e-mail or WEB. Seems the photos IN MY PREVIOUS POST are not from … Continue reading
Sent to me by a friend in Texas. These mountain lions are at the site of a dead cow and were caught on a trail cam. You never know what’s in your back yard!