I had a nice short visit with Home, where it is apparently going to snow forever, and am back on the road for GUN STORIES. Expect another batch of those darned annoying pix posts. My Internet connection up here in Wyoming is a little shaky, so videos are unlikely.
I do love the Buffalo Bill Historical Center and the wonderful Cody Firearms Museum, curated by my friend Warren Newman. Warren has the 2nd greatest job in the world (me, of course) having the first. I will of course find the time to get to Seidel's Saddlery Shop and, a little farther down the street, the Custom Cowboy Shop. Seidel's leatherwork is nothing short of breathtaking.
I ran into military uber-author Kevin Dockery over the weekend, and he invited me to Dragon Con, the humongous sconce fiction convention in Atlanta in early September, where he and his guys will be doing a massive weapons' demo for all the nerd boys and girls. If the Scheduling Gods smile kindly on me, I'll go for 3 reasons — I actually am a science fiction fanboy, weapons demos are always fun and, finally, who would pass up a chance to hang out with slutty alien chicks?
Given the Endless Snow at the Secret Hidden Bunker, I'm thinking of changing the name of the place to Winterfell (speaking of sci-fi, or at least fantasy), although Alf the Wonder Beagle would be desperately afraid of being sent north to defend The Wall.
Gotta go bend a knee to John Jeremiah "Live-eating" Johnson...you can see his gravesite from the window of my hotel room...such dreams I had!
PS: Back to my test run of carrying the LC9 in a N8 Tactical IWB...in answer to the question, my LC9 mag holds 7 rounds, but the last one is a stiffy. Also heard from Taurus that the pro to rifles are back in Brazil, but they'll let me know as soon as the next iteration is in the country and I can have an excuse to get out of the snow and swill boat drinks down in F-L-A!