Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Returning soon


Geez who runs this blog anyway.

In the next few weeks there are more "Dark Arts" postings coming. Two concerning defensive driving, an interesting application for extension cord use, and a study on human anatomy and how the body dies from trauma.

Another related but untitled as such post to the "Dark Arts" series is understanding and deciding on equipment when bugging out....realistically and very practically speaking.

Farther on out past that I am working on a year long gun study project called "one year-one rifle: The .357 Magnum Lever Action".

As always thanks for reading Straight Forward in a Crooked World.

And remember if the bad men come be their worst nightmare.

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looking forward to the lever action gun study. love my Marlin 1894C

Anonymous said...

Looking forward to your continued discourse and insight stemming from the real world. Thank you for your time and effort!

Tennessee Budd said...

Looking forward to it, Matthew. We'll keep checking in. Do what you gotta do.

drjim said...

Hurry back!
I've also got a Marlin 1894C in 357. Great little gun!

Anonymous said...

Look forward to reading your thoughts again Matthew, whenever you're ready.

Casey said...

Looking forward to the upcoming posts as always. Will be particularly interested in the levergun post. My only levergun is a .30-30, though I've always lusted after a levergun and sixgun in matching cartridges. :)

Can hardly wait for the updates :)


Casey

Anonymous said...

YOU run this blog! Therefore I, et al, who value your insight, will patiently wait. Priorities are understood!
Soooo, At your convenience, and of course, All things subject to change... (grin)

Thanks for checking in and it sounds good. !
Take care-I'll do the same.
John O:)

Drew said...

Looking forward to 'em Matthew! Woot :D

Kirk Parker said...

I'm not Anonymous, but I sure love my 1894C too!

The sites founders. said...

I love my Winchester 1894 .357 and my .45 cal saddle gun. Waiting patiently

lorraine said...

All excited and anticipating your latest. Odd how such a blog can capture the thought of a person not in the slighest bit interested and turn her into a click frequently and hope for a new post. So I wait. Thanks for the heads up.

Kansas Scout said...

I too am looking forward to the Rifle info as I have a Rossi .357 rifle and I love it. I think it has the potential for being a very useful self defense gun and all around useful gun.
I have missed your posts!

leadchucker.net said...

Right... I'll beleive it when I see it!!!

Lowcountry said...

As someone with extensive experience in the subject matter, I am looking forward to your treatise on trauma.

Aaron said...

re: trauma - a former RN girlfriend told me that many blunt trauma victims, especially those involved in falls and vehicular accidents perish when their aorta is literally ripped away.

re: lever-action .357 - at a local range a fellow shooter let me put some .38spl through his old Rossi levergun - fun, accurate and powerful!

Anonymous said...

Like Tom Petty sang, "the waiting is the hardest part".

Waiting patiently.......

lorraine said...

not so soon, apparently.

excitedVulcan said...

looking forward to your upcoming lever gun post. I've been keeping my eye open for one myself. Autoloaders are allright, but a repeater isn't as temper-mental about loads.

heh. wv: "menwater" what the???

Sheepdog said...

Looking forward to the defensive driving posts

Ronan said...

Just found your blog.
Looking forward to more!

Kimp said...

Good grief hurry up, would you?

Anonymous said...

Sheepdog business must be good

Sheepdog said...

I swear the cob web is growing larger

lorraine said...

What are you waiting for? To see how man hurry ups you can acquire? Hope you are O.K. - but hurry up already.