Monthly Archives: May 2015

The Origins of “Mr. Crash”

by Studentofthegun * Adult language in this story * Fall of 1993.  I was sixteen years old, and was an exchange student living with a German family.  We went on vacation down around Lake Constance.  During that time we visited … Continue reading

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Not fast. But not slow either.

There hasn’t been as much time to practice lately, but I’m still working on it.  I installed a Rim Edge thumb rest and it has made a big difference.  That’s the “gas pedal” I am referencing in the video. However, … Continue reading

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Reactive Target Rack for .22LR Fun

by Studentofthegun The weather is nice on this three day weekend so I thought it would be a good time to knock out a small project.  In one of my previous posts about .22 rifles I included a picture of … Continue reading

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The Shooting Cart

by Studentofthegun It turns out that I am hooked on 2 Gun Rimfire matches, and will therefore be shooting those as much as my time allows.  Which is to say once a month, unless I can somehow manage otherwise. The … Continue reading

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Overheard Conversation

by Studentofthegun It went something like this. Man is naught but beast.  What influences the beast most of all, and before all others?  Fear.  And what two things does the beast fear most?  Being alone, surpassed only by the fear … Continue reading

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Sometimes You Just Get That Feeling

by Studentofthegun Have you ever had an inexplicably good feeling about something that you couldn’t quite explain?  That’s what happened to me the day I picked up that M&P 15-22.  But that premonition wasn’t about the M&P 15-22.  It was … Continue reading

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