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Purple Shovel, LLC

The more I read about these clowns the more I think I should become an arms dealer. Apparently the only risk is RSI from cashing checks and shipping fake stuff to our allies.

Written by Ry Jones

22 September 2015 at 12:08


Got the word today that a large portion of my former team has been let go; we had a GTG scheduled for Friday afternoon already, it just turns out it will be more of an Irish wake than planned.

Written by Ry Jones

16 September 2015 at 21:29

Posted in Tech

Bride of the Sea

This episode of Love + Radio interviews Sam Najjair, who left a relatively comfortable life to be a soldier, then a sniper, then a leader in the Libyan revolution. His discussion of why he wanted to be a sniper is interesting – because it was much more personal to him to be able to see the faces of the people he killed.

A second discussion, at the end of the episode, talks about how he handled another sniper. I want to give nothing away – it isn’t a sniper-chasing-sniper drama, by this time he is a leader; the story is still very dramatic. The episode is an hour long, the story starts at 42:37, but I suggest you listen to the whole thing.

Written by Ry Jones

27 August 2015 at 13:15

Posted in GWoT

Mixing powders and oils

I was talking to someone about mixing powders and oils; he uses a setup made for meat processing. It consists of a grinder (which is really just a 1/2 horse motor with extra bits to throw away) and a seven gallon tilt mixer. The mixer can handle 33 pounds of meat, or about the same mass of Boomerite for ~33-16 targets. It has a lid to keep powders down and scraper blades to keep the sides clean. I might sneak down to Lacey this weekend to take a look at one.

Written by Ry Jones

21 August 2015 at 20:43

Posted in Boomershoot

The Alice and Bob After Dinner Speech

Written by Ry Jones

16 August 2015 at 16:41

Posted in Mobile Lifestyle

Tab closing

Written by Ry Jones

15 August 2015 at 21:03

Posted in Life


Consumer thermal is only getting cheaper and better.  Someone told me a couple of years ago to hold off on buying thermal sights, as things were going to get cheaper soon – I guess this is part of the first wave of that.

Written by Ry Jones

12 July 2015 at 3:40

Posted in Hobbies


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