Dale writes: “In keeping with the site’s new interest in Airguns, you might find it interesting to know that Crosman makes a ‘10 meter precision PCP’ upper to fit on an AR lower.” Crosman says the upper has a removeable 10-round rotary magazine, rifled and choked free floating Lothar Walther™ barrel, airstripper, carry handle and a Picatinny rail system that accepts all mil-spec options for the sight system you prefer. $650 from Crosman. . .
Another data point in the question of “How big is an arsenal?” comes with the arrest of a Long Beach, New York man last Friday. Police arrived to investigate a disturbance call, and when the man let them into the house (whoops!), they discovered four assault weapons, four handguns, two shotguns, 38 large-capacity ammunition clips, and more than 4,700 rounds of ammo. The Long Beach Police Commissioner described it as an “arsenal” in a statement on Monday. What say you, AI? Is 10 guns and 5000 rounds of ammo enough to constitute an “arsenal?”
This one is just as Tom in Oregon sent it, because it really can’t be improved. “A moose hunter in Norway accidentally shot a man who was using the toilet. According to News.Sky.com, the rifleman was aiming for a moose, but his bullet pierced a wooden wall of a vacation home behind the animal and struck the man. The man, in his 70s, was rushed to the hospital by helicopter and his injury was not thought to be life-threatening. The hunter was detained for questioning. The moose escaped unharmed.”
Bill E. writes: “Amazon has introduced a new system where it will donate 0.5% of your total sale to a charity of your choice – at no cost to you or the charity. You can choose your charity, which includes several NRA programs, The Second Amendment Foundation, local pro-firearm organizations, and more. You just have to go to smile.amazon.com to make your purchases instead of the normal amazon.com. Other than that, everything works the same as it did before.” I set mine to the Revolutionary War Veterans Association, which is the organization that runs the Project Appleseed shoots.
TTAG believes in safety first as a general rule. I’ve been known to say “safety third.” That said, I think we’re in agreement that learning from the mistakes of others is better than making them yourself. In line with that thinking, I offer the following safety tip: You might wanna move.