Something to think about The U.S. gun deaths, 2004-2010 by WRITTEN BY BJ Campbell

Geographic Evidence that Gun Deaths are Cultural I was recently pointed to a pretty amazing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) project hosted by The Oregonian, which uses CDC data and population rate data to determine the gun death rate, gun homicide rate, and gun suicide rate within the country on a county by county basis. They … Continue reading “Something to think about The U.S. gun deaths, 2004-2010 by WRITTEN BY BJ Campbell”

The .30-40 Krag, An Old School round that still has the right stuff!

.30-40 Krag Type Rifle Place of origin United States Service history In service Army Used by United States Production history Designed 1892 Specifications Case type Rimmed, bottleneck Bullet diameter .308 in (7.8 mm) Neck diameter .338 in (8.6 mm) Shoulder diameter .423 in (10.7 mm) Base diameter .457 in (11.6 mm) Rim diameter .545 in (13.8 mm) Rim thickness .064 in (1.6 mm) Case length 2.314 in (58.8 mm) Overall length 3.089 in (78.5 mm) Case capacity 58.0 gr H2O (3.76 cm3) Maximum pressure (C.I.P.) … Continue reading “The .30-40 Krag, An Old School round that still has the right stuff!”

God Bless Texas!

I think that my Darling Wife would agree that the Time Ratio is about spot on. Seeing how that doing The Ladies Beauty needs are vastly more complicated than sending a round down range. Grumpy