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Watch this. Before the Nannies at the Twitter take it down. I'm not from Idaho. But from what I know about it, it has been a Red State for years.
A little heads up to folks who want to move there. If you voted for the shit you're leaving. Then don't go to Idaho or Arizona or any other state who doesn't vote D.
Jeremy Newberry, who played nine seasons at center in the NFL and made the Pro Bowl with the San Francisco 49ers in and , is selling his big cherry farm property outside of San Francisco because he is sick of lockdowns in the region and wants his children to return to socialization.
Are they gonna go back sometime later this year? Hard to believe FZ has been gone 27 years as of this past Friday December 4th.
Genius Award Winner. Petersburg nightspot. After Lancaster argued with security guards, his friends stepped in and paid the bar tab.
ONT tips, loose change, drink tokens and burner phones to petmorons at the gmail thingy. All other issues to someone who is empathetic. Holy crap!
Did I just type December 6th up here? How in the hell did it get to be December already? This week was another to hang around the casa the house , but I am planning an epic and triumphant return to Weasel Acres, hopefully sometime this coming week, and have an idea for a video that I've been thinking about doing for a while.
So if you're feeling down and low and depressed, now you potentially have that to look forward to! If I get around to doing it, that is.
So take a moment and join me in remembering the brave men and women who lost their lives that day. This is getting to be the time of year that will see fair-weather shooters beginning to hibernate.
Believe me, it's no fun to be on an outdoor range on a cold, blustery day for an hour or so of shooting. It's much less fun to spend all day on a cold, blustery range trying to keep your toes and fingers thawed enough to come up to merely miserable, which will truly test your commitment to the shooting sports.
Camp Butner in North Carolina hosts a multi-day long range Iron Man match each year in late November, and that was just long enough ago to remember freezing my ass off there fondly.
Sort of. Anyhoo, you may be finding your interest in outdoor shooting beginning to wane as winter starts to settle in. So what do you do?
Well, if you don't have access to an indoor range, you aren't entirely out of options. There are any number of drills that can be done at home, for example the penny drill:.
As mentioned in the video, either a penny or a dime will work; and you may want to start with a penny and work up to the dime, as your economic circumstances allow.
This is something else you can practice at home with an unloaded! Just start with the slide back, dump the magazine, reload, drop the slide and reacquire the target.
There is a huge benefit in developing the muscle memory associated with this drill, because there are a lot of things going on. If you're fumbling around and dropping shit, you need to practice.
Start slow. Speed can come later. Be able to do this in your sleep. Laser training systems! Truthfully, I started as a skeptic several years ago when these systems began to appear on the market.
Over time, however, the products have advanced and evolved, and now to me seem like a pretty good at-home supplement to your training regemin. Plus, you're not burning expensive and hard-to-find ammo, so win-win.
There are countless systems available, but since I haven't used them extensively I am reluctant to recommend any one in particular. So look around and read reviews.
How about anyone here? Care to give us your thoughts on your particular model? Do you find it helpful and are you still using it?
Finally, maybe take the time to do a detail cleaning of your firearms. WeaselWoman is one happy camper whenever I drag out a bunch of weapons and spread them all over the diningroom table and let the Hoppes 9 flow.
So do your 'ron or 'ette a favor and treat them to a marathon gun cleaning session! First up, our pal and delightful 'ette screaming in digital sends in a bigly grand and luxurious report!
One of my greatest pleasures is helping new shooters take some of their first shots, and a very close second is reading reports like this!!
This class qualified us to apply for a CCP. There were 12 students in the class. We also covered the basic parts of pistols and revolvers, how guns work, why you want to use different kinds of ammo for practice vs self-defense, and more.
Next we learned about stances, grip, aligning sights, how to press the trigger, and follow through. Then it was time to go to the range.
We began with dry firing, using the Mantis app. It's a small device that attaches just below the muzzle and tracks movements as you aim and fire, and then provides a report to help correct errors.
It scores each shot on a point scale, with 80 and above considered a good shot. I began with a score of 33, had a high of 98 and averaged out at 76 with 10 shots.
Because of the ammo shortage, the number of students, and time, we did more dry firing than they'd usually do in this class.
Next we practiced loading and unloading. Finally we practiced live fire in groups of 6, taking shots with each turn. We were able to try several different pistols of different sizes and brands all 9mm, except for one.
I was not very accurate, consistently off to the left. We were sharing targets. I'm attaching a couple of pictures that I know are only my shots, in "A" and "C" respectively.
All in all, it was an incredible experience and well worth the cost. I have a little more confidence that I'll be able to make an informed buying decision, and then to practice and develop good habits.
Congratulations screaming in digital, I love, love, love the report! One question - do you think the fact it was a ladies only class made a difference, and if so, how?
I'd be curious to know. Please let us know how it goes the next time you make it to the range, OK? Thanks again! The issue is whether one remains proficient when it really counts.
With ammo still very scarce, I've tried to take Paul Harrell's advice and shoot. It is better than nothing, but I'd really rather use something that is closer to what I will normally use, particularly in terms of noise, weight and recoil.
My solution is to shoot. It's still out there and not hideously expensive to shoot. It's a bit 'snappy,' but that's a feature, not a bug.
What is more, there are some very economical guns out there chambered in it. This is a single-action autoloader with 8-round magazines. It's pure blowback, and its guts, for those who care, are Tokarev-inspired.
Disassembly is a little tricky at first, but there are videos that show you how to do it. The biggest obstacle for me was the Cosmoline.
This could be tricky for people not used to dealing with it, so before buying one online, check to see if it has had it removed. I thought I did a pretty thorough job removing it from mine, but the firing pin was still sluggish which led to light primer strikes.
I fixed the problem in short order, but a novice might have been stumped. It fits the hand well, though the trigger was a bit stiff.
This could also be because of gunk. As you can see, my target isn't great, but for a breaking-in session it's not too bad. Range was 10 yards at an outdoor range in weather just above freezing - what we call "brisk" in Michigan.
My point is that these M70s may be a good option for people wanting a handgun they can actually find ammo for. It is heavy for its size, but you could conceal it if desired.
The biggest drawbacks are the Cosmoline if it has it, and the takedown, but both can be overcome. I'm sure that some will dismiss.
Shot placement always trumps caliber, so the extra practice you can get with relatively plentiful ammo could well be a life saver. We are in a time when many of the old rules no longer apply.
The days of doing test firings of rental guns, getting lavish amounts of practice in using cheap ammunition and having instructors readily available to help are gone.
I'm hopeful that they will come back, but that seems an increasingly risky bet. They are absolutely not for everyone, but some folks may find them useful.
I have a weakness for 'mouse guns' anyway, but this seems like a good practice engine and I'm glad I picked it up.
Nicely done, AHL! I generally agree the philosophy on ammo, with the exception that I manage my inventory with the expectation that I'm never getting any more.
So while I'm not expecting prolonged high round count combat, I'm also not expecting the UPS truck to 'round the corner with re-supply either. While all the rest of us were screwing around, our pal Old Blue has been keeping an eye on important stuff:.
This includes the 9mm and. You can go to this website and enter your firearm serial number to see if your firearm is affected.
Vey useful, Old Blue, thanks! Unfortunately, OB found his. Hopefully all goes well with the return and repair.
Anyone else affected by the recall? Please let us know how it goes! I figure that the stuff that was in surplus ammo cans is probably unaffected - ammo cans are designed to protect against this kind of thing, and they've been kept closed for the most part while down there.
Unfortunately my entire small supply of. The other half was just in the cardboard boxes they came in, and was already showing some tarnishing from humidity being held by the cardboard when I broke some out of storage last spring, which is what prompted the inspection later on when I figured out what was going on.
Everything is now sealed up, though that is small consolation since the horse has already made tracks for other places. So yes: I need to get more ammo AND I need to get more and better ammo storage boxes AND I need to figure out a place to store ammo that is neither a hot little bedroom upstairs nor a basement with a cat box.
In the meantime, I'm wondering if you have ever had to deal with something like this and whether you know of any test short of shooting it that I can use to make sure that the affected brass will not crack or separate.
I'm not even sure if embrittled brass will still be shiny or the process will produce tarnishing or darkening as part of the process ammonia is used to produce the effect of aged brass, a color change, but whether the brass becomes brittle prior to the change I do not know.
I don't really want to toss rounds of ammo that might still be shootable, but neither do I want to risk my eyes nor do I want to be worrying about it every time I pull the trigger, which will certainly do my habitual flinch no good!
I have the same circumstances - kitty box in the basement with a lot of my ammo and reloading components. We use a clumping litter and I never notice an ammonia or urine odor, and I think it would take more than a few stray airborne cat pee molecules to cause an issue.
I can tell you I have been storing my ammo and reloading stuff like this for years and have never had any problems, but it's a great question and frankly one that I'd never thought about.
I'm really very seriously not kidding around anymore. Please note the new and improved gmail account morongunthread at gmail dot com. If you have a question you would like to ask Gun Thread Staff offline, just send us a note and we'll do our best to answer.
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If you would like to remain completely anonymous, just say so. Lurkers are always welcome! But — Christmas is coming! No matter what else life has to throw at us, we can look forward to Christmas with its many traditions including, of course, Christmas cookies.
Christmas cookies can be spiced and sturdy, like gingerbread men, or delicate, like sugar cookies. They can be chocolate, vanilla, nut-flavored, citrus-flavored, or pretty much any flavor you like.
They can be rolled in nuts or sugar, filled with jam, dipped in chocolate, or sprinkled with jimmies. I like to make an assortment of all kinds, and in a typical year I will make 10 or 12 varieties, one of which is not exactly a cookie, but rather a chocolate-covered almond toffee.
I encourage everyone to make some Christmas cookies this year, even if you never have before, and even if you are the only one in your home.
And the closer it gets to Christmas, the busier you will probably be, especially if you are hosting a big family dinner or a party well, in normal years anyway.
Starting about mid-November, whenever I have a free half hour, I will mix up a batch of Christmas cookie dough and put it in the freezer.
For slice and bake cookies like Neapolitans , I freeze the dough in the form the recipe suggests, then wrap in wax paper, put into a Ziploc and back into the freezer it goes.
For rolled out cookies, freeze the dough in flattened disks. Oder, um es kurz zu sagen: Erschaffe dein eigenes Schlachtfeld, zerstöre es und baue es erneut auf.
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