Requiescat In Pace: J. Guthrie, Outdoor Writer

The outdoor writing world lost one of its most talented and well-liked young professionals last night. Hunter, writer and father J. Guthrie passed away in his sleep last night, far too early and far too young. The Armed Intelligentsia may recall him from a couple of years ago, when he blasted this luckless prairie rat with a .338 Lapua at 789 yards. He was just 37, and he leaves behind a wife and two young children. Read more…

 

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  1. avatar sdog says:

    so sad, RIP man..

  2. avatar Russ Bixby says:

    37? That would stink after a bath in liquid 3He.

    You’ll be remembered, sir.

  3. avatar SkyMan77 says:

    Do not stand at my grave and weep,
    I am not there… I do not sleep.
    I am the thousand winds that blow…
    I am the diamond glints on snow…
    I am the sunlight on ripened grain…
    I am the gentle autumn rain.
    When you waken in the morning’s hush,
    I am the swift uplifting rush
    Of gentle birds in circling flight…
    I am the soft star that shines at night.
    Do not stand at my grave and cry—
    I am not there… I did not die…

  4. avatar MotoJB says:

    Sad. Too young. RIP.

  5. avatar My Name Is Bob says:

    37? And he died in his sleep?!?!?

  6. avatar Shenandoah says:

    A terrible loss for the hunting and shooting community. Will miss watching you hunt with the AR around the world. May you have a never-ending supply of .223 and plenty of range days up there in the sky. Rest in peace.

  7. avatar Powers says:

    I enjoyed his shows with Metcalf and his articles. Sad to lose anyone at such a young age. He was did a good job in the firearms media. Prayers for his friends and family.

  8. avatar Nine says:

    Damn.

    Another Brother has left us.

  9. avatar Accur81 says:

    RIP, sir. The shooting community grieves the loss.

    I hope to try a groundhog shot at 789 yards with my .338 LM, but I doubt I could make that shot. Your prowess, humor, and insight will be missed.

  10. avatar Puskin says:

    What makes him better than the prairie dog?

    Hope he lived his last few moments in complete bliss followed by sudden and extreme shock and pain.

    1. avatar Evan says:

      Did PETA send you?

    2. avatar Pat says:

      Puskin the dork. You must have the brains of a prairie dog if you compare a rat with a man.
      Effing libtards.

    3. avatar T. cothran says:

      Puskin– To answer your question, it was God ( have you heard of Him– the creator of the universe?) who made him better than the prairie dog. The bible is clear on that. Even if you don’t believe, you are a hypocrite unless you are a vegan who never wears or otherwise uses any animal by-product (leather, etc).

  11. avatar Tdubb says:

    What a shame. We’ve lost so many this year. May he rest in peace.

  12. avatar Michael West says:

    RIP You will be sorely missed.

  13. avatar 6/12/24/7 says:

    Pusskin, did I spell ur name wrong, at lest I got the first part right . Will keep u n our sights.U must be a Libreal.

  14. avatar 762x51n8o says:

    I love it when liberals talk about not killing God’s creatures, and how wrong it is. Then turn around and kill 4 million human babies per year in abortions.

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