Much obliged sir. Between this and Stevespages, I should have things covered. In the old days, the DBI assembly - disassembly books were the go-to guides for me.
I mostly have hard copies of military manuals on my weapons, but this site had some good information. I appreciated my friend sending it and thought I would pass it along.
Anytime you can find sources like that - it's great! We need to find a source/place in town that can adjust Mica's bow that he got for Easter. I got it to review. Either Mica needs to start lifting weights to become stronger, or we need to have it adjusted.
Is there a Gander Mountain anywhere around, or a Bass Pro Shop. Either of those places should be able to help with that. Or, maybe at your college the athletic department has a duty expert on archery.It's always good to get things you can use, for free!
Thank you. Just bookmarked it.
Glad it was useful to you. I wish I could give credit to the fellow who sent it to me, but he is down the rabbit hole.
I'm glad your back. Last time I tried to visit It said I wasn't authorized or something. I was disappointed to say the least. I greatly enjoy your blog. I have a buddy that like the Finnish Mosins so I will pass that along. Glad you are back and feeling better. Both you and your lovely bride. Take care.
That was just the stock message everybody got, because I limited access to the blog to "writers" and I'm the only one. I couldn't keep it going right then, and didn't want it to look abandoned, and I worried people would post comments and feel slighted if I didn't answer them. But the computer generated message blogger posts when you do that is not very clear about what's going on.Glad you are coming by.
I, too, was going to thank you and mention www.stevespages.com but the first commenter kinda did. SOOOO glad to have you back! KB
Thanks , I appreciate that. Steves pages are a good source of information, I wish he had all the issues of American Survival Guide, but I'm glad for the one's he has.