Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Thanks & Welcome

I'd like to extend a warm welcome and thanks to DaveDog and Mr. Miracle for taking the time to hit my little blue follower button.

My new friends I promise to always answer your comments. It sometimes takes me a few hours, and on rare occasions, days, but I will leave a reply.

If, for some odd reason, I fail to answer please let me know. I'm funny that way.

Again, thank you and welcome. You are now among friends.



  1. Thank you, Sir. Your words and plain feelings have touched me, and I am happy to include you among my circle of friends. God bless, and take care.

  2. Stephen,

    Thank You for the Norman Rockwell picture of the servicemen. Just today I stopped into the secondhand store and came upon two American flags. I actually stood there and stared at them in stunned silence. Who, on earth, considers a flag so worthless that they donate it to Goodwill?

    Thank You for your blog. I am one of your invisible fans but check in daily. I am also a newbie to shooting and enjoy it way too much.... i feel a gun purchase in the near future.

    Thank You Again

    Lisa in MN

    1. You are welcome, Lisa...nothing today surprises me. The American public, and as far as it goes, America has changed for the worse. Nothing is sacred. As a matter of fact this isn't the same country in which I was born. Thank you for reading my humble little blog, it's nice to have another family member. I hope and encourage you to make that firearm purchase while you still have the right and a few freedoms left to you. God bless. And, hey, don't be a stranger.

    2. Stephen:
      The only guns I have ever shot was the Springfield Armory xdm 9mm and the .40 cal. I thought I wanted the .40 because I was more accurate with it on the range the first couple of times I went. Then one day I was unable to use the .40 and shot the 9mm. I did as well or better on the target with the 9. Any advice?



    3. Lisa, I'm so sorry its taken me so long to answer your lost in the shuffle. If you shoot better with the nine mil...stick with it. I'd also like to suggest a nice .22 handgun. You'd probably be deadly accurate with the .22. Thanks for the nice comment.