Archive for the ‘Know Your Enemy’ Category

Gun Rights, Gun Safety and Responsible Gun Owners

Friday, July 9th, 2010

Here’s a great quote I recently came across.  It’s a great reminder that we must fully defend our RIGHT to own and bear arms and reject the arguments of those who claim that guns aren’t safe:

“There are hundreds of millions of gun owners in this country, and not one of them will have an accident today. The only misuse of guns comes in environments where there are drugs, alcohol, bad parents, and undisciplined children. Period.”

—Ted Nugent

Stay safe, stay vigilant.


Official PEDA Video

Tuesday, October 7th, 2008

I almost pee’d myself. LOL


Black Tailed Prairie Dogs

Saturday, December 29th, 2007

Here is a link to everything you ever wanted to know about black tailed prarie dogs, but were afraid to ask because you didn’t want to look like you cared. I care, because I want to shoot a bunch of them, and if you are going to hunt something, you should know as much about it as possible, like where it lives, what it eats and how high in the air it goes when you hit it with a .223, 22-250 or a .204 ballistic tip. You should also keep in mind each prarie dog’s potential splat radius so that you can set your video camera correctly to not miss any of the carnage.

Head over to this Theodore Roosevelt National Park page to read all about the Black Tailed Prarie Dog.

I’m going to go to Montana this summer and shoot prarie dogs, so if you know of any good places to hunt, let me know. Either post it here, under “Comments”, or head over to the forum and get in on the discussion of where to shoot prarie dogs. Those of us who are prarie dog newbies would love any information you old pros would be willing to share.



Clemson University: Squirrel Info

Monday, March 26th, 2007

Did you know that people study squirrels and other forms of wildlife? Yep, they even put out reports that, unknown to them, fall into the hands of crazy backwoods squirrel shooters.

Here is the link to a study by Clemson University dealing with Franklin, Richardson, Columbian, Washington and Townsend Ground Squirrels

I’ll post some studies on the Belding’s Ground Squirrel pretty soon.