Monthly Archives: April 2011

Life

My “disappear into the woods” day seems to have been canceled due to an unplanned trip to the vet with a couple of cats. I guess I’ll do it another day this week.

I may even do it for a whole week around Memorial day. That’s right, the Californian mother-in-law will be flying in and staying for a week. A full hip flask, good rifle, and pack full of jerky and hardtack sounds like a good way to…let my wife have some mother-daughter time…yeah, that’s it.

On the bright side, she seems to have purchased a handgun and reversed her stance on gun control, so there may be a range trip involved. She and her wife have been after me to give them a little instruction at the range since they found out I carry.

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Why Haven’t I Featured These Guys Yet?

Canadian Brass – Canon:

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I Felt Like Messing Around With My New Photo Editor

Sorry for the low content of late, but things are still crazy between work, sorting through my Grandfather’s final affairs, babysitters canceling left and right, and making up for some lost time with the kids.

I am under orders from the wife to take one day a week and disappear outdoors. Cool, I buggered my winter, and she is making sure I don’t do the same now. I’ll head out tomorrow with the camera in tow and let you know if I find anything cool.

Now if you will excuse me, I have some bratwurst, beer, and sauerkraut to combine.

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Sounds Of The Frog

Beautés Vulgaires – L’envers Paroles:

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I Won’t Lie

I now want blue grips for my j-frame:

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Good Day For A Trumpet Solo

Alison Balsom  – Syrinx by Debussy:

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My Wife’s New Nightlight

That beast is a CZ 75 SP-01 wearing my TLR-1. My wife likes the light, I don’t think I am getting it back. The magazine holds 18 rounds of 9mm parabellum, it has  DA/SA trigger, but is designed to be carried cocked and locked to run as a SAO. She bought it very lightly used with zero finish wear and just the slightest amount of gunpowder residue and brass flecks inside. Just based on condition, she got a good deal, never-mind the three-dot night sights that came with it. The trigger is lighter and has no grit compared to every standard 75 B I have ever handled.

She plans on using it as a nightstand piece once she gets a chance to shoot it, what with school and kids. I bet it will work out fine.

Now I just need to save up to buy myself a new weapon-light.

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