10 December 2021

Putting My Finger On It

I think the S&W 59 carry experiment is the source of my contentment.

Despite being a 50 year old design, the only think it's giving up brand new polymer guns is a bit of weight.

That takes a lot of the shine off the newest things in the display case.

The various AR projects have gotten to polishing the cannonball level of moving the sliders around for weight and optics...

I am far from unarmed here.

As far as writing here goes, I feel like I'm repeating myself a lot.

You have to if you're going to scream into the tempest.

I'm still picking at my Sabers story and the research is enjoyable.

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