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Yeah, iPhones work underwater. :) I continue to work on my scuba certification; trying out a BCD (adjustable floatation vest, basically) today before purchasing.
I'm going to post the RIA Preview Day event publicly, as it is a public event. In order to keep something exclusive for you guys, I'll also do a dinner get-together at Bierstube in Moline at 6:30pm on Wednesday (the 12th). So if you can only make it in the evening you have an option, and we can have a smaller thing for just Patrons after the Preview Day.
Bierstube is at:
415 15th St, Moline, IL 61265
I will be attending Rock Island's auction next week, and I'll be at the Preview Day all day to hang out with folks! Come on by and join me, and take a look at the 11,000+ guns they are selling in this auction - the event is open from 9am to 6pm. I look forward to seeing you there!
7819 42nd Street West
Rock Island, Illinois 61201, USA
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What would you like me to answer?
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Took my new Remington 11 / Auto-8 (thanks, Vang Comp!) to a basic shotgun class by Matt Haught.
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Scheduled for Sunday, December 29, but available early for Patrons.
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What would you like to ask for the next Q&A video?
Scheduled for January 31.
Merry Christmas - I'm tasting Scotch! These are the three best known Islay (ie, heavily peated) whiskys, the youngest version sold by each distillery.
Let me know if you do or don't like this sort of thing; your feedback will help determine what sort of things show up here on Apocrypha. Thanks!
One of the stages at this month's local 2-Gun match was a modified Kasarda Drill - two targets (150yd and 200yd), but all shot offhand instead of prone. Less physical, but more difficult shooting (the kettlebell was 62lb).
Scheduled for December 15, but you can all check it out early. And since this isn't YouTube, I can link directly to Legacy, where you can order a copy if you are so inclined:
It's St George and the dragon, BTW, not lion. Derp.
I will do doing some collaborative video with Nick Moran, aka the Chieftain (https://www.youtube.com/user/TheChieftainWoT) next week. If I were to sit him down for a Q&A session, what would you want me to ask him?
That time again - what questions would you like me to tackle?
Scheduled for October 27. Posting this for all Patrons so you have a chance to get a cheaper copy on Amazon (if you decide you want one) before the public sees the video.
Sorry, I cut it off early! "but, I...have given up on Punch magazine as a good cocktail database."
What would you like to ask?
Edit: Thanks to all of you! While not perfect, especially in production quality, it sounds to me like this is plenty good enough to post. If it proves to be popular, I will see what I can do about working with the creator to improve the technical side.
I have been contacted by a viewer who wants to dub over some Forgotten Weapons video in Russian to reach that audience. I think it's a cool idea, but I would like to get a couple independent confirmations that his translation and dubbing is good. If you speak Russian, would you be willing to take a watch through this sample video and let me know how it is? Thanks!
Yes, there will be a full video coming to the main channel later.
This turned out rather longer than I anticipated...
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