To honor our House Guest, we had a party here at the Farm! Both our Guest and Mr. Big Food’s new pre-doc had expressed an interest in shooting guns. Neither had ever touched a gun, so safety was our main concern. To that end, when we had finished our indoor safety course, they’d had become
when you start calling the day after Thanksgiving “Black Friday?” via Drudge which (who?) I know deals in hyperbole, but still. By the way, the man who was punched in the face by a rabid line-cutting shopper had a Texas concealed carry permit and will not be charged.
The Ruger Bearcat The second installment of Bob Owens’ series is up over at PJMedia. This one focuses on taking a non-shooting beginners class to learn basic gun safety and so on. He then goes on to extoll the many virtues of the .22 caliber long gun and handgun. If your eventual goal is to
His or her very own shooting range, that is. It’s quite the setup. Between the two cedars is strung some chicken wire. Attach by clothespins are some paper plates. On and near the blue plastic thing are coffee cans– for shotgun practice. They spent over two hours out there on a gloomy afternoon. One of
No photos. Sorry. Maybe I’ll update after we have supper. It’s some chicken casserole dish that’s already baking. We had a very busy week. I wasn’t able to spend nearly as much time in the garden as I usually do, especially since I knew we wouldn’t be around much late in the week and so