SHOT Show 2013: Day 2 Report
Day 2 and the Monkeys are back at it swinging through the jungle of aisles that make up teh Sands Expo Center.
SHOT Show 2013: Day 1 Report
The Monkeys hit the SHOT Show floor for Day 1 of their excursion through outdoors nirvana.
SHOT Show 2013: Media Day
Woods Monkey staffers hit the Boulder Pistol & Rifle Range, Boulder City, Nevada to check out all of the latest hardware for this weeks 2013 SHOT Show! Some of our favs were the folding single shot .22 from Chiappa, the Rock Island Armory's .22 TCM 1911, Winchester's .17 Super Mag in the nifty 4.5 pound Savage bolt gun, Ruger's new .380 on the LC9 frame, the Ruger 22/45 Lite with threaded barrel and a bazillion AR pattern rifles. Check out the pics for highlights!
Mora Heavy Duty
I don't know who first said "there's no such thing as a good, cheap knife," but it seems I've heard it a thousand times. While "a thousand" might be a bit of an exaggeration, the fact that I positively and completely disagree with that sentiment is not. Each time I hear that little quip in reply to an under-informed query as to an economical way to tool up with a sound cutting implement, I think the answer would have been much easier if reduced to a single word - Mora.
The Book of Blacksmithing
So if you’re reading this, then chances are you have sat around a campfire cooking up a meal. It may have been something as simple as a mountain pie in a press, or as complex as a full 4 course meal for your whole campsite. And if you were in this position, you may have experienced what I refer to as Rule #2. This rule is on my list of life’s rules that I am trying to impart to my girls as truisms, to be remembered for all sorts of occasions. To be specific, Rule #2 states that ‘Hot metal looks like cold metal’.
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