SPANNING THE CENTURIES

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Last month was “retro month” for me, carrying and teaching with revolvers that harken back to the late Nineteenth Century.  The Smith & Wesson Model 66 .357 and Model 64 .38 Special I swapped...

PASSAGES

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One bittersweet thing about this holiday season is that you remember the people who won’t be here to celebrate it this year.  We’ve already eulogized my friend and fellow gun writer Frank James, who...

WHY I SO SELDOM READ GUN NOVELS

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Most of my recreational reading is non-fiction. I’ll make an exception for a handful of gun-savvy novelists such as Stephen Hunter.  I made the mistake at the local library of picking up a novel about an independently wealthy...

PANDEMIC AND DEM PANIC

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I don’t remember which pundit last week who described current times in America as “pandemic and Dem panic,” but I wish I’d thought of it first.  It accurately described where the nation’s head is at.  On a...

TRAVELING…

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You may have noticed that the name on this blog is not exactly Anglo. We of Arabic descent may be genetically programmed to be nomadic. That would account for why, now happily ensconced at home for a little...