What would you Do it
you were to find yourself in the following situation? Please, no bravado Rambo
tactic type responses. Think seriously about what you think would be the best
course of action.
A friend once told me a story of a real event that happened to him. Think about how you would respond to a similar situation, after having read this story.
Is it worth waiting outside in line for 35 minutes to cast a vote for who I would like to represent me in my country’s government? I say yes!
I must say it was made easier by the weather being a comfortable 85 degrees with a slight breeze and the smell of orange blossom in the air. What? I was standing in a parking lot and there were no trees or bushes in sight. It must have been the perfume of the women standing behind me. So pleasant. [Continue reading]
I was asked to be a Squad Manager and run a squad of ten shooters through 12 stages at the 2018 USSL PCC / 2-Gun Championship. Now, keep mind I’m a pistol guy. I’m very comfortable and confident managing a pistol stage. Not so much with multiple guns. But I am passionate about the shooting sports and enjoy helping, so I said yes.
This was my First time running a squad of multi-gun and PCC (Pistol Caliber Carbine) shooters by myself. As I began running shooters, I felt a little unsure of myself but pressed on and learned from the experience. [Continue reading]
I was out in the desert walking the dogs when I came across very nice portable target stand with sticks and a target (weather by rain and wind) attached to it. I know what it’s like to leave targets out in the desert after a little shooting fun.
I once took a trip to California on the back roads from Las Vegas to 29 Palms. I stopped along the way, and drove way up into the hills to do some exploring. While there I set out two orange self-healing target, and did a little target practice. Once I returned home, I realized I had left those two targets out there.