If you’re one of the roughly 700 people who find your way to WBTK each month, first, thank you! Second, you’ll notice that it’s been dead. It’s been stale. It’s been weak. Frankly, I’ve been a deadbeat. It’s time to atone. A touch over a year ago, I posted a review of a truck on […]
Recently, I had the opportunity to review a Trainer Rifle chambered in .223 REM from the fine folks at Accurate Ordnance. It was an outstanding rifle, and unlike some rifles I drop off at UPS, I was very sad to see it head back home to one of AO’s owners, Mark Kuczka.
Four years ago the Ruger Precision Rifle hit the scene and set in motion a series of events worthy of a separate treatise. There were many compelling things about that rifle, but the most important was the price tag – $999.99. What the RPR also had was a lot of compromise. If you got a […]
Our good friend Ron passed away the very first day of this year, and I suppose it’s taken me a month or so to wrap my mind around it. For one, Ron has been a fixture in my life for as long as I care to remember things. Second, Ron was always “old” but he […]
As it goes, and it must go this way, my wonderful child got wonderfully sick the morning my wonderful wife was scheduled to depart for her first trip away from the kiddo in 13 months – 23 if you count time in utero. Sigh….
Earlier this week, I got a call that I’ve been waiting on for roughly a year. “Tyler, my dad needs some help hunting Axis out at a friend’s place. Any chance you can make time?” Why yes, yes I could.
Long ago, in a galaxy far away, I graduated from high school as a gaunt 155 lb. teenager. Fast forward a decade or so, and Christmas 2017 had me tipping the scales at a portly 207 pounds thanks to a steady diet of fried chicken, dark beer, cheeseburgers, and lifting a bit. ***note to self […]
note: The silencer and range time for this review was provided by Capitol Armory, located in Cedar Park, TX. Of great joy to me is using a product and seeing the design ethos behind it. Getting to know the designer of a silencer, then shooting the silencer he designed, and seeing the physical embodiment of […]
On this evening’s VideoLog, I painfully dispose of unnecessary brass, use various expletives, and talk about how to get started in reloading. Come for the reloading talk, stay for death of a beetle and a discussion about understanding that nobody cares about your problems quite like you.
Many years ago, I had the privilege of being managed by a truly great man named Adam Howland. When I get to bloviating, I tend to describe the year or so of our working relationship as transcendental.