Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Gun Blogger Event Added

An additional event has been added for this year's Gun Blogger Rendezvous. At 6pm. on Friday night, October 12th. in the Rendezvous Hospitality Room we will be having a "Gun Stuff Show & Tell" session. (There's probably a much more clever name for it, but you get the point.)

Larry Weeks, from Brownell's (you DO have a Brownell's Catalog, don't you?) will be bringing along a number of cool items to fondle and drool upon. He will be bringing a sample of Brownell's new AR-15 magazines which they are manufacturing right here in the good old U.S. of A. Larry will also have the inside story on a number of new things, including some info on gun lubricants, neat tools, and more.

Uncle, from Say Uncle will be bringing along a KT68 6.8SPC upper from Ko-Tonics for us to see, too. On Saturday (Range Day) we will get a chance to see it in action, and possibly even shoot it, too!

For those of you planning to attend, drop me an email or leave a comment if you have something cool for "Show & Tell" and I'll get that into this post, too.

After "Show & Tell" the plan is to spend the rest of the night, or until the last one of us fades out, munching munchie stuff and drinking cool refreshments of various types, while discussing anything and everything, and listening to Og The Neanderpundit's storytelling, as only he can do it!

If you missed last year's Rendezvous, you missed a great time, and this year's Rondy is shaping up to be even better!

Clearly the blogosphere's social event of the year...............



At Wednesday, September 12, 2007 6:05:00 PM, Blogger The Conservative UAW Guy said...

Clearly the blogosphere's social event of the year.....

Clearly, it is!

At Thursday, September 13, 2007 6:06:00 AM, Blogger Kevin said...

Would the hotel freak out if I did a show & tell on the Cylinder & Slide "Safety-Fast System" hammer on my Government-sized Kimber?

At Thursday, September 13, 2007 6:40:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Or what about my Spud Gun with incline and tilt indicators?

Or a demo of how to make a reactive target?


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