Sunday, May 22, 2016

Why the Democratic West Will Have to Crush Islam

Czech politician Klára Samková recently issued a searing speech in which she detailed out in exquisite detail why Islam is, and will always be in conflict with Western Democracies ... and any democracy for that matter.

 Below are just a few snippets, it's best to read the whole thing found at The Reference Frame:
The second reason why Islam likes to hide behind the religious mask is its permanent, deliberate, and purposeful abuse of the Euro-American legal system and values that the civilizations built upon the Judeo-Christian foundations have converged to. There's nothing better or more efficient than to abuse the value system of one's enemy, especially when I don't share that system. And that's exactly how Islam behaves. It wants to be protected according to our tradition which it exploits in this way, while it is not willing to behave reciprocally. It relies on our traditions, it claims that the traditions are important, while behind the scenes, it is laughing at us and our system of values.

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For Muslims, the road to doom is the only one because they are denied even the essence of the human naturalness, namely the evolution. Islam doesn't respect development, progress, and humanity. In its despair, it is attempting to take the rest of the mankind with it because from the Islamic viewpoint, the rest of the world is futile, useless, and unclean.

After reading the entire piece, it becomes even more clear why the peaceful majority of Muslims are Irrelevant.

Thursday, May 12, 2016

The New Rifle Scope

I recently decided to replace the scope on my favorite hunting rifle. There are so many options available today that the task could have been tricky, but since I knew exactly what I needed from my new scope, the task of eliminating contenders was actually quite easy.

Here's how it turned out:

Friday, April 8, 2016

Game Changer Tech

It is not often on SLB that I use the phrase “game-changer.” Most things progress, if they progress at all, in small increments. This time, though, is one of those that deserves the phrase game-changer.

The innovation is the low-cost, light-weight but powerful battery developed by Nobel prize-winner Alan Heeger, PhD of the University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB). The company is Biosolar

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Wednesday, April 6, 2016

4 Outstanding Whelens

Over the years a surprising number of firearms have been chambered in 35 Whelen ... usually on a limited run basis. Some have been budget rifles, but more often than not high quality rifles have bore the Whelen stamp.

I decided to do a search of what is available today and found four very interesting and high quality rifles being manufactured at this time.

Here they are:

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Friday, April 1, 2016

Barnes TSX .358

I found that under 57 grains the groups opened up and over 57 grains they opened up. The bullets are seated about 0.04" off the lands. If I got any closer the cartridges were a bit too tight in the magazine box and didn't load smoothly.

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Sunday, March 27, 2016

My First Ever Bedding Project

I prefer wooden rifle stocks over synthetic ones, even though high quality synthetic rifle stocks make for more accurate shooting. Recently I made the decision to upgrade the wooden stock on my favorite rifle, a 1988 Remington Model 700 Classic. The rifle is chambered in 35 Whelen, my favorite caliber.

35 Whelen
My Favorite: Remington M700 Classic in 35 Whelen




The Remington M700 Classic is an accurate rifle; but it is a one shot deal.   The stock is light and thin and has a pressure point at the forend, so the zero moves after the first two shots.  Two shots are generally enough to heat the barrel and begin to change the harmonics.

What this means is that if you let the barrel cool completely after placing a shot, the accuracy is outstanding for the next shot.  But, the barrel must be cooled all over again.

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Thursday, March 24, 2016

Hunting 2015 and New Blog

They say it's better to be late than never, so I've decided to post about my 2015 hunting season.

Suddenly, and actually to my surprise, the breaking of branches was right beside me ... the moose must've picked up the pace. There was a screen of small spruce about 15 yards to my right, and just like that the branches began to move .. and there he was walking right past me.

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