Thanks for stopping in and checking out my page. I have been into shooting almost as long I can remember. I was 4 years old the first time I pulled the trigger on a firearm; my grandfather’s Mossberg .22 (that I still have). While the point of aim was a pie plate the point of impact was an innocent lettuce plant about 2 feet to the left of the target. I have been a student and devotee of the firearm since that day and have worked hard on improving my shooting. I can say, with no small degree of pride, that I never shot another lettuce plant; not even that one mouthy arugula in Marin County.
Though it may come as a bit of a shocker, my intention is to discuss all things shooting related from a slightly different perspective. If there is one thing that folks who like to shoot like even better it is talking about shooting. Whether it is revolvers vs. semi-autos (yes I am that old) to the 6.5 vs 6.8 there is always a lot to talk about. Although I am not a contrarian I do have some opinions that don’t cleave to the mainstream and I look forward to discussing those among the myriad other topics that are available.
My first article will be a comparison of the Marlin 336 and the Winchester 1894 and why I feel that the Marlin has always been the better design unless we are talking about the Winchester Model 88 but that is a topic for another day.
Too "gun show" for the hippies, too "hippie" for the gun show, I'm the misfit liberal gun nut in the crowd. Probably the only one. Stick around if you are pro-choice on everything including the right to own guns or can handle an opposing view on things.