Looking for a new Upper

Here is basically the upper I am looking for. I have had to admit to myself that I have a suppressor habit. I can stop any time I want!! It's a 10 in SBR with a dedicated can.


Yes, I know that suppressors on AR15s don't make them silent. It takes the edge way off to the point you can shoot without hearing protection.

--Still worth the hush.

The new daily carry

The new Glock 26 is a great form factor for me.

Here are the two holsters I have tried so for.

I am in the market for another.

I like the wide single clip of the one holster, but I also like the hard side holster because it does not collapse, making re-holstering difficult.

--Do you have a favorite?

Guns in Fiction

I read another novel this week written by someone that did not know anything about guns.

Sigh.

Glocks don't have thumb safeties kind of mistakes. Clips vs Mags verbiage kind of things.

I am working on the outline for my 5th novel. It is Scifi but will take place in 2016 in Richmond VA. One of the main characters will carry a Beretta 92FS. The descriptions of the gun, it's utility, and why she carries it will all be detailed. There will be suppressed .300 Blackout AR-15s in the story and other guns.

All will get the details right. (I Hope) Mostly because I own them...

In the mean time, read these! Click the image!

 

Friends

The wife and I had dinner with friends last night. They are recent transplants from New England.

Conversation eventually turned to good places to go shooting. He had been to the range at NRA HQ so far.

We told them all about Elite Shooting Sports in Manassas VA. We also discussed Bull Run Shooting Center.

I love living in Virginia where they remember what freedom is like...

--Some couples go bowling.

Quotes of the Week

Don't interfere with anything in the Constitution. That must be maintained, for it is the only safeguard of our liberties.
-- Abraham Lincoln

To renounce liberty is to renounce being a man, to surrender the rights of humanity and even its duties.
- Jean Jacques Rousseau

Among a people generally corrupt, liberty cannot long exist.
- Edmund Burke

The liberty of the individual is no gift of civilization. It was greatest before there was any civilization.
- Sigmund Freud

Life without liberty is like a body without spirit.
- Kahlil Gibran

When you subsidize poverty and failure, you get more of both.
– James Dale Davidson

Random Friday

Day number 11 of the heat wave. Only 93 degrees today.

I am wearing a Hawaiian shirt.

Another Metro derailment. Sheesh.

And another elevator cable broke in the Washington Monument. DC sucks at maintenance.

Gun content is thin this week. I am still lovin the Glock 26 for concealed carry.

After being on vacation for two weeks I am really enjoying my King Bed!

Blogger keeps crashing!

--Happy Friday Humans!




I love this!

Everyone should read Clinton Cash.

It is currently NUMBER ONE on the New York Times bestseller list! 

Peter Schweizer presents a graphic novel adaptation of Clinton Cash, the breathtaking expose of Bill and Hillary Clinton's money trail. From their personal fortune to their "close personal friends" to the shady Clinton Foundation, this is the story of the most corrupt presidential candidate ever.

--Corrupt, horrible, people...

Back from Vacation

Normal operations will resume today. I may go to the range tonight to shoot the new Glock 26.

Here is a quick reminder that the entire Solstice 31 Saga is now available! Don't forget to write honest reviews!




Quotes of the Week

The proper and limited use of government is to invoke a common justice and keep the peace – and that is all.
– Leonard Read

Government does not solve problems; it subsidizes them.
– Ronald Reagan

Profit is a signal that valuable services are being rendered to people on a voluntary basis.
– Lew Rockwell

A free market…makes monopolies impossible.
– Ayn Rand

Love your country but fear its government.
– Unknown

Quotes of the Week


One of the greatest delusions in the world is the hope that the evils in this world are to be cured by Legislation.
– Thomas Reed

Liberty, when it begins to take root, is a plant of rapid growth.
– George Washington

The legitimacy of a state rests upon its claim to do justice.
— Alan Ryan

Law is not law, if it violates the principles of eternal justice.
— Lydia Maria Child

Vacation Day 1

I am hitting the road in a dew minutes.

My brother is house sitting and hopefully keeping the cats alive. No big hardship for him there.

Gotta go. next post from the road!