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Monday, August 25, 2014

Kilted To Kick Cancer Starts September 1st.




To Donate go to Kilted To Kick Cancer - Donate

If you are donating in the name of a certain Team the teams are below.

The teams so far this year are;

Team Ambulance Driver

Team Brosius

Team Corpus Christi

Team Coykendall

Team Happy Medic

Team Soul Crusher

Team USA Karate

Team Unwired Medic

Read and understand the rules first! Help us make September another Prostate Cancer Awareness Month to remember!

Get Kilted! Get Checked!

Saturday, August 9, 2014

Link Cleaning...

Took time tonight to clean up the sidebar.  Any blogs that hadn't posted in a year have been removed.  This should make it easier to find/navigate your favorite blogs.

The management...

Saturday, August 2, 2014

Hornady Recall...

Hornady 9mm Luger +P Ammunition Recall


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Hornady Mfg Company is recalling one (1) lot of 9mm 135gr +P Hornady Critical Duty™ Ammunition, Item#90226. This lot was shipped between the dates of 6-5-14 and 7-16-14.

Item number 90226 LOT # 3141635

Hornady Mfg Company ballisticians have determined that some cartridges from Lot # 3141635 may exhibit light or no powder charges. Use of this product may result in firearm damage and or personal injury.

DO NOT USE HORNADY CRITICAL DUTY 9MM 135GR. +P, LOT #3141635.

The lot number can be found printed on the underside of the box label.

This Notice Only Applies to Lot #3141635.

If you own this Lot # or have any questions regarding this recall, please call 800-338-1242. Hornady Mfg Company will make all arrangements associated with this return and replacement of the product.

ANY OTHER LOT NUMBERS OR ITEM NUMBERS ARE NOT SUBJECT TO THIS RECALL AND REQUIRE NO ACTION.

Thank you for your attention. We apologize for this inconvenience.

Friday, July 25, 2014

Remington R51 Recall...



The full text of Remington’s announcement is as follows:
“Earlier this year, we launched the innovative R51 subcompact pistol to critical acclaim. During testing, numerous experts found the pistol to function flawlessly. In fact, they found it to have lower felt recoil, lower muzzle rise and better accuracy and concealability than other products in its class.
However, after initial commercial sales, our loyal customers notified us that some R51 pistols had performance issues. We immediately ceased production to re-test the product.  While we determined the pistols were safe, certain units did not meet Remington’s performance criteria. The performance problems resulted from complications during our transition from prototype to mass production. These problems have been identified and solutions are being implemented, with an expected production restart in October.
Anyone who purchased an R51 may return it and receive a new R51 pistol, along with two additional magazines and a custom Pelican case, by calling Remington at (800) 243-9700.
It had to happen. Remington was catching a boatload of crap for being too slow and not necessarily because they came out with a gun that was not reliable as that will happen to any gun company.
I hope there has been a serious shake up within Remington as people are complaining not about theR51 but many of their other guns plusthey are also recalling their two models of their most popular rifles.
Time to step up.
h/t Miguel at Gun Free Zone.