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How much time do you have?

Today I pose a question I would like you to think about. How much time do you have? I don’t mean the twenty four hours a day, seven days a week, we all have. No, not 168 hours a week. I mean how much time do you really have? Such as, how much time of […]
Rest in Peace Willie

Rest in Peace Willie

Thanks for watching, please remember Willie’s family in your prayers To be absent from the body is to be in the presence of the Lord. treesablowinLove of God, Family, Country and 2A Supporter.
Pray for James

Pray for James

Y’all please pray for James Eveskcige and his family. The Lord knows all about it. Thanks fellas and thanks for watching. God bless y’all. JH586My name is Jamie, and I’m Lisa’s husband, Jay and Amanda’s dad, and Rigby’s PawPaw. I’m relatively new to reloading and certainly to creating content. I’ve only been reloading since November […]
Merry Christmas with the Lee APP Press and Longfellow

Merry Christmas with the Lee APP Press and Longfellow

Merry Christmas and God Bless You. KFWI enjoy all things outdoors and gun related. I am a life long hunter and staunch supporter of self defense and the right to keep and bear arms. I am a Concealed Carry Instructor in the state of Kentucky and enjoy helping people exercise their Second Amendment Rights. I […]
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Our Stewardship

Today I would like to make us all think about a few things that are important to me. In life, we don’t really get to “keep” anything. We are here for a while and then we are gone. If we don’t intentionally invest time and effort into passing along the things we know and believe […]

This Day 2017

It was on this day 2017 that Lee Jurras stepped out into eternity. Those of you who are long time sixgunners know I held him in highest esteem. Lee did many things in his sojourning here. He was a lover of firearms, ammunition and all they could do. Lee and his friend George C. Nonte, […]

Veterans – Thank You! (Veterans Day 2018)

Today marks 100 years since the armistice was signed between the Allies and the Germans at the end of World War I. I want to offer my sincerest heartfelt thanks and appreciation to all of our military veterans! Loads of BaconLoads of Bacon enjoys bullet casting, reloading, hunting, and most other outdoors activities.  He began […]

Saturday Was A Good Day

Saturday morning started off early for me. The last three years I have taken part in "Grace And Clays", an annual fundraiser sporting clays shoot to benefit Grace Baptist Bible College near me in Winston-Salem, NC. So I was on the road early to Hunting Creek Preserves for a hundred rounds of sporting clays, followed by a round of pork barbecue, individual and team awards as well as door prizes.
The Enduring/Vanishing .35 Remington

The Enduring/Vanishing .35 Remington

...The history of the cartridge is both proud and tarnished!...John Moses Browning...Bonnie and Clyde...The Amityville Horror...You all can see the cartridge is not without its controversies. Then again, cartridges can do nothing without the firearm. The firearm can do nothing without a shooter. All this is to invite everyone to join me on my journey to discover the ballistic mysteries within the .35 Remington cartridge as shot from a 1980 produced Marlin model 336 equipped with a 20 inch, micro-grove barrel.