Damn! Cool weather has arrived. 50 degrees when I got out a while ago. This is one of the reasons we moved up here.

I know, in 3 months I’ll be bitching about the cold, but not today.

If there is any indication how low the trust for the COVID boosters has dropped, a friend of mine who works at a senior assisted facility commented that those who are not fully vaccinated (Original plus boosters) are required to test for chink flu twice a week. In his estimation by the pile of tests being run during those days, more than 85% of the personnel (mostly medical like nurses, assistants and therapists) are not “fully vaccinated” either.


I hate tight tolerances in defensive firearms. I bought an aftermarket barrel from a well-known company for my frankengun and it will not fully seat my 9mm reloads and some commercial plinking ammo. My other guns run fine with any 9mm I feed them (except the PT92 which for some reason goes Jam-O-Matic with S&B 115 grains). Now I have to buy a regular barrel for the gun or change my dies’ settings to create a perfect batch for that barrel.




Hear me out: I was loaned a bolt action in 22LR. It is fun and good practice for the big calibers. Plus, they run subsonic ammo without any issues, and it sounds like a cap gun.



A Double Justice Standard will not allow the nation to survive.



And truthfully, Amazon ain’t that far behind.



And in closing, be careful what you wish for.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

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    1. Same here, dad’s old Remington Model 12 pump action, rebarrelled in the 40s (I think) minute of jackrabbit at 50 yds.

  1. Dad had a little Winchester years ago, .22 pump octigon barrel. It would digest any .22 ammo. Large fun. 44 degrees here today breezy. Sunny. Almost time for the furry undies..

  2. My first real gun was a 22 single shot rifle. Being 10 years old at the time, I have no idea what it cost my dad, but I know it wasn’t much. Two days ago I saw one at the pawnshop for $425.00, that looked just like it, other than the stock being blue plastic. LOL

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