Impact Guns is running a series of giveaways in the months to come. In order to enter the current one, a person must post a comment on a gun related site or a gun related comment on a personal site. The winner will receive a .45cal Smith & Wesson M&P pistol. Jeff Quinn at Gunblast has a thorough review of the S&W M&P.
Thank you impact guns. I look forward to winning.
I've recently been introduced to Australian folk rock singer, Steve Lee. He's come into widespread fame in America due to his recent youTube hit, I Like Guns.
According to his website, Mr. Lee decided that there haven't been enough songs of late celebrating the manliness of guns. "When had grown men stopped singing about shooting and started singing about love?" So he produced an entire album celebrating guns and gun ownership. Some songs are original; some are covers of old gun songs.
The second video from the album, I'll Give Up My Guns, is also up on youTube now. This song is more political, a musical commentary on loss of freedom.
I've checked out his family's albums and their web site, too. I'm intrigued by this guy; he exhibits what appear to be conservative values. He is obviously very patriotic and family oriented. He loves freedom and at least acknowledges his Christian roots. I don't want to presume too much on that point. They homeschooled their kids.
But here is the thing I think is cool. He and his wife raised their kids on the road. Singing in small venues throughout Australia. I suppose it appeals to my somewhat rebellious nature and wanderlust. Here's a family who marches to the beat of their own drum.
The Lee's are talented singers with an engaging, friendly style.
In line with the contest theme of this blog post, the youth hunting organization, The Future of Hunting, is sponsoring a guided whitetail hunt for a lucky youth hunter and attending adult. But wait, there's more. Fellow participant in the giveaway hunt ... the aforementioned Steve Lee. Walker Hollow Whitetails in central Ohio is donating the hunt. So register your youth hunter to win now. No, wait, don't. I know I have more youth hunters than some, which increases my odds of winning, but still, don't enter. Ohio is so far away, isnt' it?