Monthly Archives: November 2012

Buying Guns on the Internet?!?!?!?

I recently mentioned Gunbroker.com in another post, so this needs to be explained. Yes, you can buy guns on the internet. It’s really simple. Just choose the one you want, pay for it, and contact the seller. The seller then … Continue reading

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Computer Crash

I have a HP Mini-210 netbook purchased in the spring of 2010. It had a critical failure a week ago. Basically, the hard drive started failing. It randomly started crashing, and failing to reboot. I managed to salvage all of my … Continue reading

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eBay Thoughts

eBay is a great source for finding things when you don’t know where else to look for something bizarre. It’s an especially good source for vintage and preowned stuff. However, it often fails as a supply for new mass produced … Continue reading

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Firearm Faux Pas of Hollywood Pt 2

One of my favorite Hollywood Firearm Faux Pas occurs when the actors show us that the gun isn’t really loaded. I’ve seen 2 separate cases. First, years ago, I saw it on one of the Law & Order shows. Someone … Continue reading

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Defensive Shotguns: The Tiny 410?

A lot of people mock the .410 for defense, but those people have never looked at the numbers. A .410 throws lead at very similar velocities as a 12ga, but with half the payload (3-4 pellets of 000 buckshot). 2 … Continue reading

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Walker Thoughts 2: 22LR Pistols

Today, I’m discussing the role of a common pistol chambered for the ubiquitous 22LR rimfire cartridge. I’m personally fond of Ruger’s rimfires, so I’ll be discussing their 10/22 rifle, Mk III (pronounced Mark 3) pistol and new 22/45 Lite pistol. However, an uncountable … Continue reading

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Firearm Faux Pas of Hollywood Pt 1

Hollywood and the entertainment industry makes a lot of mistakes regarding firearms. Here’s a list of top mistakes: calling a magazine a ‘clip’ guns that never need to reload, especially shotguns and anything full-auto impossibly good accuracy from handguns lasers on … Continue reading

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Walker Thoughts 1

Ok, so I’ve been watching The Walking Dead. It’s a great show, and there’s a lot of deep thought. However, I’m not that deep and I’m bad at expressing whatever depths I do have. On the other hand, it’s making … Continue reading

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