Monthly Archives: March 2016

I am Neither Sheep, Wolf, nor Sheepdog

Many people have heard the analogy of the human population being divided into three groups: Sheep – The masses. The general human being that is, mostly, a kind and caring person that hangs out with others of their kind. They … Continue reading

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Chicken Coop and Run–Winterized

This is my first Winter with chickens. As previously discussed, they can be expensive when it comes to setting up, but they are a wonderful hobby for me. Here is what I learned from the chicken raisers in Colorado: Make … Continue reading

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So You Want to be a Backyard Chicken Rancher

Yes, when people ask me what I do, I say that I am a rancher. I used to say I am a carpenter, because I don’t like to try to explain to everyone what I really do for a living. … Continue reading

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Writers of the Constitution and its Amendments did not Predict Semi-Automatic and Automatic Guns

The argument goes like this: The Founding Fathers did not know that we would have such powerful guns available to private citizens, and that means that they should be more highly regulated, or the Second Amendment should be changed. It … Continue reading

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Comparing Car and Gun Fatalities

A common statement lately is that guns cause as many deaths as cars. However, it is very misleading. Think Progress, an incredibly biased organization (yes, both sides of the argument have biased sites) has made a big deal out of … Continue reading

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Striker vs. Hammer

Yet, another great question regarding which is better, a hammer or striker fired gun. In most cases, we are talking about hand guns. Hammer Hammer fired guns can be either: Single Action Only Double Action Only Double Action/Single Action When … Continue reading

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