Monthly Archives: August 2017

Service Rifle Optic: Vortex Crossfire 1-4×24

I picked up a Vortex Crossfire II 1-4×24 optic to put on top of an AR14A4 style rifle to shoot NRA/CMP Service Rifle across the course (XTC) matches. I put it in a Vortex Cantilever mount and slapped it on … Continue reading

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Oh Huffpo, you’ve Huffpo’d again…

So, the fearless David Fagin, who is simultaneously a¬†Writer, musician, Trump Resister, food snob, is also the author of this little jem published at HuffingtonPost: Becoming A Racist: The Unfortunate Side Effect Of Serving Your Country? 08/17/2017 12:18 pm ET … Continue reading

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A lesson learned from the Balkans

The Balkan region of Europe has many different “tribes” of people living in it, and many of them have “cultural grievances” against the other tribes. A cultural grievances is something passed down, like a carefully preserved family recipe, and given … Continue reading

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An example of “cultural grievance.”

You can find the entire article here: https://sojo.net/articles/our-white-friends-desiring-be-allies “For Our White Friends Desiring To Be Allies.” If you don’t want to read her words, I have given the quick paraphrase here just to “sum up” the entirety of her argument. … Continue reading

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Privacy and anonymity on the internet

Way back in the day of dial up modems it was relatively easy to be functionally “anonymous” on the internet. Every time you dialed in you got assigned a possibly different IP address, and you could have accounts with as … Continue reading

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Lonely Cat Lady Criticizes Other Woman’s Husband for Publicly Finding His Wife Attractive

Do you ever want to know why feminists can’t be pleased? Enter one Sam Escobar, who chooses to use “they” pronouns rather than gendered pronouns. Sam lives in NY, with two cats, and has published for a long string of … Continue reading

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Barrel Heat and Wandering Groups

There is an old “everyone knows” myth about barrels having “internal stresses” that can show up when the barrel heats by shifting the zero, or opening up groups. It’s a fine hypothesis in that it does explain the observed phenomena, … Continue reading

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