Home Housekeeping Happy New Year From TTAG Housekeeping Happy New Year From TTAG By Dan Zimmerman - January 1, 2017 19 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR That’s a Dozen, Cousin…TTAG is 12 Years Old Today No, TTAG Won’t Be Apologizing For Our Op-Eds Or Firing Our Writers We’re Bringing Back The ‘Ask TTAG’ Posts With Josh Wayner 19 COMMENTS May you have a happy, prosperous and healthy new year. Reply Keep in mind to keep your finger off the trigger and mind whats behind your target. Happy new year’s. Reply SJW version: Keep your finger on the target and mind what you’re triggering. Happy New Year, TTAGers. Reply Same to all of you at TTAG. Thanks for all the artices of 2016, and looking forward to reading all of the one’s posted in 2017. Reply Video screen cap got me thinking: why doesn’t Magpul make calendars anymore? Reply Happy New Year to all. In less than 20 days, this nightmare of the last 8 years will be over. Reply Ditto! Reply Happy New Year Almost the second now here in Australia. Short hunting trip next week. Then get ready to head to USA in February via Vancouver and New Zealand. Not bringing firearms as way too much paperwork. Reply Did a quail hunt yesterday. Didn’t bag any quail but one large gray squirrel went into the pot. Good luck on your hunt and stay safe on your trip. Reply @jwm, there are very few things I hate more than the taste of squirrel. Reply Sex with hillary? *snicker*… Reply Happy New Year all! Mighty loud nearby last night…high decibel revelry?? Reply Happy new year!!!! Reply JWM Thank you Weather is predicted to be 40 C or about 104 all next week but it is only dates friend and I could fit in. Reply You folks are having your summer. That real hot weather means a race to process the meat. Reply To all the TTAG crew a very prosperous New Year! Reply A Happy and Healthy New Year to all, and may your hangover be as gentle as possible… Reply JWM This year is a bit hotter than usual. Will have two 12 volt fridges and large esky and ice with us. Fast work required. On a seriously warm day in the same forest four years ago the case of my windscreen mount gps partly melted. Jammed the on/off switch at on Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.