Richard Craver

Musings about this world, and the world to come.

My Alter Ego

This little blog is filled with some of the stuff that rolls around in my head, that occasionally comes out my finger tips. A hobby, an observation and sometimes a rant. One of my hobbies is reloading ammunition, it’s a mostly relaxing activity whether picking up spent brass at the range, cleaning and prepping brass […]

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Russian Collusion – Part 3

The toils of a geek and his Russian caliber American rifle.

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I’m Breaking Up With Google

I knew if it wasn’t costing me anything, then I was the product.

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Russian Collusion

A cheapskate shooter colludes with the Russians to build an intermediate caliber rifle.

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I’ve Got An AR And I Want To Paint It Black

Dis-satisfied with my budget rifle build I set about installing a new barrel and applying new paint.

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My Dad’s Rifle

It was the first gun I ever shot, and I must admit it still ran very well …

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Reloadis Newbieous In Habitat

So I shot the 100 rounds I brought, then set about foraging for reloadable range brass. I went range squirrel!

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“…Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics…” – Mark Twain

So here’s how it started, I was Twitter surfing. The same as web surfing, except I read a tweet from someone I follow, ended up on their feed and saw a tweet from someone they follow and away I go reading tweets from people I don’t know. Being a life long K.O.O.K. (Keeper Of Odd […]

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Archie Bunker, Cain and Abel, and Diane Feinstein. Really.

From 1971 thru 1979 CBS television aired “All In The Family” which later became “Archie Bunker’s Place” which aired until 1983. It portrayed the fictional Bunker family from Astoria, New York; and it’s lead character was Archie Bunker played by Carroll O’Connor. It was a controversial show for the time, and I suppose still is, […]

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