Tuesday, March 15, 2005

On the Web-Jay G of North Georgia Dogma

Many good things are on the web today, so today’s posts are going to be a little different than usual. These are thoughts I had while reading other blogs. There are three posts each with this tagline.

Jay G recently experienced a lot of frustration when he didn’t buy a mousegun, specifically a North American Arms .22 Magnum mini-revolver. Personally, I’ve never regretted buying a gun, but I’ve often regretted not buying one. Well, he corrected his mistake. He found another mini-revolver in .22 LR and realized (convinced himself?) that touching off a .22 Magnum in such a small package wouldn’t be fun. True or not, he’s definitely right about cost differences between .22 Magnum and .22 LR.

Jay also bought another .22 revolver, a Ruger Single-Six, which he describes in another post. I congratulate Jay on his new acquisitions so, get over there and congratulate him too.

As I’ve mentioned before, I’m inordinately fond of mouseguns. For me, they’re fun to shoot and so easily concealed. I'm a little jealous. Oh no, darn you Jay G! Now you’ve got me thinking of how handy one of these mini-revolvers would be. Don’t make me go out and buy another gun—at least not until April 15, Buy a Gun Day.

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