Saturday, March 23, 2013

Logistics: What I spent my morning doing.

Reloading .38s on a friend's turret press. You can see I've lost considerable weight since last year -- about 130 pounds all told -- and my clothes are rather too large for me. Still, I cranked off about 400 125 Grain JHPs for the stash. And at the moment, I don't even have a .38. Had to sell it last week. But my theory has always been Guns are easy. Logistics is hard.
"Guns? Guns are easy."


flylow said...

Excellent way to weather a storm.

bondmen said...

It's great to see positive action going forward toward future contingencies! Is this the forward action for which our President has admonished US?

You needed to lose weight Mike, as do I. It must feel better to have a lighter burden when walking, stooping, climbing and cartridge crunching. Looks good and feels better I hope!

Anonymous said...

That you are still fighting the fight in your condition is remarkable.

Save that picture. It's going into the history books.

Anonymous said...

Yep - It is the calm before the storm ... a perfect time to assemble every component into usable ammo.

It might just be needed - soon!


Hefferman said...

Mike, I hope the weight loss was intended.
I also hope you feel better and do better because of it.
I was worried about your health when we meet.
Take care, and keep up the good work.
I will continue to keep you in my prayers.