Gun Nuts Comment Policy

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2. Don’t piss off the staff.

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  1. Liked your article about new gun bloggers. I have recently started a gun blog targeted to senior citizens. To my surprise, I was unable to find a forum or blog that dealt with the kind of issues I face as a senior citizen so I started my own. My site is a non profit website with no ads so my goal is good content rather than high traffic. I have been trying to spread the word to the seniors out there and also generating content so that our website is picked up by some national gun wires to get some exposure. Right now I am looking for other gun bloggers to share some of their stories that may be of interest to senior citizens with full credit and link backs.

    Please spread the word about The Old Gunhand Blog & Forum for senior citizens. I recently moved to a large retirement community and was made aware that many seniors cannot afford a lot of practice or any training and therefore rely on the internet for their information. I want my website to be place where they get good information and not the usually stuff found on gun forums where everyone repeats things they read over and over again until everyone thinks it is true.

    1. jJust read your blog site setup article for Seniors. I’m one myself and live in So, CA., but moving to Nev. by end of year. Not a certified author or anything like that. Have been in Shooting Sports from A-Z since I gave up the Baby Bottle. Great Idea–why didn’t I think of that (Because I hate to type or write when I don’t have too)–some of the advantages of being a Senior (Let someone else do it), or, send it to the young Wippersnappers’. What is your blog name & where if I may ask.

    2. Great site!

      I lived during a time when real men and women wore badges, and believed they would make the world a safer place. We left the house, after kissing our family, knowing the risk.

      Today, police officers are targets, and news!

      America needs to realize that our world has always stood on a fine edge! Those who chose the badge are your family, friends, and just a little more than the next person!

      I don’t cotten with the nazi approach to policing, but embraces the fact that I live among you! I’m your neighbor! Friend!

      Hurt you feelings??? Get over it! My wife saw me leave everyday, wondering if this was the last time? God bless the spouse of a law enforcement officer!!!!!!

      Say “Goodbye” to your family, like it’s the last time! Thing about it all day, everyday!

      I’ve worked all over the world! Seen stuff you can’t imagine, and suffered!

      Wake up! This is America! Believe more than you see, or hear!!!!

      We are the greatest Nation ever! Why? Because of “Freedom”! We die for it! We put it first!


      Wake up!!!!!

  2. Thanks for removing my comment/posting ability so quickly from your FB page without warning or off site discussion. I was about to post an apology for my misunderstanding when I discovered I no longer had that ability. That’s a pretty quick trigger finger. 🙂

  3. Glad you called bull$#it on the lame “they can’t make us sit in the back of the bus” idiocy that the OC obsessed seem to love to use as a substitute for an intelligent argument.

  4. The 1st amendment limits GOVERNMENTAL restriction of free speech. Poorly educated trollers who denigrate our shooting sports often believe the right entitles them to uncensored speech everywhere. Thankfully, it does not. Keep up the great work, Caleb.

  5. I think you’ve got it wrong Don Hardy. I just do not like Caleb on a personal level. I enjoy shooting, i would not consider myself fanatical but i certainly do not denigrate the sport.

  6. I wasn’t addressing you in particular, Nate. My comments were directed toward the immature, foul-mouthed, belligerent internet ninnies who brag about initiating turmoil. (I hope you’re not one of them.) As for Caleb, he is certainly a tallented writer. I’m curious as well, what’s you beef with him?

    1. Comments close automatically after an article has been up for 2 weeks so I don’t have to waste my time moderating articles that are literally years old.

  7. Caleb,
    In the 2015 Buyer’s Guide HANDGUNS, you have and article; “STI Match Kings”.
    There are two pictures of shooters. Who are the shooters in the pictures?

          1. Just saw it, I have no idea who those shooters are. The top one looks a little like Todd Jarrett, but I suspect Harris just pulled a couple of photos from their library for the piece.

  8. The bottom picture is of Jeff “JR” Rayl who is still a Grand Master and shooting at the Pima Pistol Club in Tucson, AZ

  9. Please stop the auto-play ads. They are crashing the browser. Otherwise we will not visit your site anymore. And they are EXTREMELY ANNOYING.

  10. Caleb,

    I just read your article on shooting USPSA recently with the Rock Island handgun.

    I am relatively new to shooting since and although I have a good idea of the basics I have not yet shot anything other than stationary paper or steel targets. I plan to get into some IDPA shooting so if my questions may seem silly please bear with me.

    When shooting different stages with variety of target sizes and shapes how do you obtain your sight picture and do it quickly. Obviously focus on the front sight is paramount and even when shooting paper targets I find myself at times going from front sight focus to focusing on the target until I catch myself and then get back on the front sight. I’ve watched videos of people shooting multiple targets in rapid succession and I am amazed at how quickly they are able to focus on the next target whether it is beside the one just hit, above or below or at different distances and sizes.

    When shooting multiple targets do you not have to find the target first and then get the front sight picture or does peripheral vision come in to play and do you just transition from target to target trying to picture the next target with the front sight in focus as quickly as possible? When moving you obviously do so with the gun in some form of ready position and begin to acquire the next target before you stop to shoot but again is peripheral vision used or just from sight focus from one target to the next?

    Thanks for your insight and keep the articles coming. They are very interesting, informative and educational.

    1. Man, that is a packed question. I could write an entire post about visual focus in the shooting sports. The simple answer is “it depends.” So for example, if I’m shooting a bunch of wide open paper at 5 yards or less, I pretty much just index the gun and use a target focus. But a partial at 10 yards, or a 15 yard target will require a tighter front sight focus. One of the things I really tried to work on during my down time was visual precision and movement; trying to change my focal plane quickly to pick up different targets.

      1. Thanks for the reply Caleb. One more question. Do you shoot with both eyes open at all times or do you find much better sight picture if you squint or close your non dominant eye to focus on the front sight at greater distances?

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