A simple one (Corazon Reposada, Grand Marnier and lemon/lime juice) and grilled salmon with soy and wasabi. Perfect end to a podcast day! I focused on cowboy stuff today, pulling lessons from High Noon and The Shootist. I spent a little time working on the CT Midnight 3-Gun AR, the Daniel Defense DDM4, changing out the charging handle and mounting the Aimpoint, a Comp M4. Tomorrow I'll put in a Timney triggerand the new comp/flash hider. Hopefully some trigger time tomorrow afternoon.
Interesting story on THE FIREARM BLOG on H-K in Germany producing a couple of variants of semiauto MP5s that might, just might, be importable into the U.S. Semiauto MP5s were available for a time in the U.S. I think they'll sell like popcorn.
Sebastian and Bitter at SHALL NOT BE QUESTIONED are doing a magnificent job of explaining the antigun propaganda document that has been unearthed (here, here and here). Please read their posts! I'm pretty behind on a lot of this stuff...am swamped trying to get the shows filmed. BTW, GUN STORIES is the top Wednesday night show (again) and I believe the top show on OUTDOOR CHANNEL. Considering there's new management at OC, I'd say that's a good thing.
I have to show you this picture from our THE BEST DEFENSE filming a couple of weeks ago. It's a date rape scenario with Mike Seeklander as the raper and his girlfriend as the victim. We'd finished filming when Janich and I suggested one more final shot, the dead girl shot, with Seeklander walking away and casual kicking the "body."
Janich's and my goal was a "set piece" that looked like the poster for a slasher movie...we pretty much succeeded, I think. Everyone on the room thought this was a profoundly disturbing scenario. That means it works!
Just got notice that my Ruger #1 in 45-70 is on the way home. As much as I love my 450/400 3-inch, it is less than practice to shoot. The 45-70 seems like a good choice to add to the battery.
And, yes, I WILL finish THE NEW SURVIVAL GUNS this year!!!!!