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Kilted to Kick Cancer 2014!

Once again, Guns & Coffee is Kilted to Kick Cancer!

Donations can be made on the

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Also keep in mind-
Kilted to Kick Cancer is proud to announce we have received the stamp of approval from the IRS to operate under section 501(c)(3) of the revenue code.
Short version: The money you donate to help us spread the word about cancer risks for guys and gals alike…it’s tax deductible now!
Thank you for your support!



Monday, September 29, 2014

Sunday, September 28, 2014

KtKC Day 28

I don't have to work. Hooray!

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Saturday, September 27, 2014

Ktkc Day 27

It's not a caber, but it'll do.

Actually the best $17 ever spent at an Estate Sale. Ever.


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Also keep in mind-
Kilted to Kick Cancer is proud to announce we have received the stamp of approval from the IRS to operate under section 501(c)(3) of the revenue code.
Short version: The money you donate to help us spread the word about cancer risks for guys and gals alike…it’s tax deductible now!
Thank you for your support!

Friday, September 26, 2014

Good Perspective

On the recent Oklahoma happenings.

"Initial reports are ALWAYS wrong. This is true at the S.O., at your house when your daughter comes home late, at the TOC overseas. They are are ALWAYS wrong, if for no more or other reason than they're incomplete."
Ask anybody who's done any work in the S2.  Sometimes you just need to wait for the cluster to un-f$%& itself before you can really figure out what happened.

Truth

My fortune cookie speaks it.

Thursday, September 25, 2014

The Anatomy of Shooting

At least in regards to the target's anatomy. This is a good read to follow up the link I posted a couple days ago.

In short, where you put the bullets is a crap-load more important than what kind of bullets they are.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Tactical Loitering

Another good read for the fellow LEOs out there.  In regards to an Active Shooter scenario. Hit them hard and fast, with an emphasis on fast.  How often do you see reports of a shooter capping themselves as soon as they meet armed resistance?

Smarter Every Day

Super slow motion tattoos!  This is relevant to my interests.

KtKC Day 24

Even kitties love the kilt.


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Also keep in mind-
Kilted to Kick Cancer is proud to announce we have received the stamp of approval from the IRS to operate under section 501(c)(3) of the revenue code.
Short version: The money you donate to help us spread the word about cancer risks for guys and gals alike…it’s tax deductible now!
Thank you for your support!

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

FBI 9mm Justification

If you haven't seen it yet, it's worth the read.  I think it mostly sums up what I've been saying for a while when people ask my opinion on the whole caliber war issue.  I can carry more and shoot it better, and it works just as poorly as any other pistol round.

Militarized Police?

Apparently one of the kids on our college radio station claimed our department is getting "too militarized" because we have an SUV.  I wonder if I could borrow County's Caiman for a day or so to put things into perspective?

I'm quickly learning the extra challenges of working for a University PD.  We don't even keep a long gun in the Tahoe because that's too scary.  We're also a tiny department, and we only have one vehicle, and we need to keep a bunch of crap in there at all times.  Combine that with Wisconsin winters, and it's darn nice to have a vehicle with high ground clearance and four wheel drive.  That's not militarization. That's just common sense.

KtKC... Plea for Donations!

Looking at the most recent standings... I can only turn to you readers and ask, "what more can I do?"  I'm sitting at like 10% of what I raised last year, which gives me a sad. :(

Donations can be made on the

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Also keep in mind-
Kilted to Kick Cancer is proud to announce we have received the stamp of approval from the IRS to operate under section 501(c)(3) of the revenue code.
Short version: The money you donate to help us spread the word about cancer risks for guys and gals alike…it’s tax deductible now!
Thank you for your support!

Monday, September 22, 2014

KtKC Day 22

Little back dating... took this back on the 19th (International Talk Like a Pirate Day!)


Yar!

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Short version: The money you donate to help us spread the word about cancer risks for guys and gals alike…it’s tax deductible now!
Thank you for your support!

9mm LCR


Not gonna lie, I kind of want one.  I know my .38spc J-Frame is probably the better choice ballisticly, but there's some strange sort of appeal to this as a range toy.

Saturday, September 20, 2014

KtKC Day 20

5k fun run this afternoon to kick of Pointoberfest at the big local brewery.  Fairly awesome that it also happened to be co-sponsored by Pints for Prostates, another Prostate Cancer Awareness group!


That is genuine hops growing behind us too!  I decided that if this becomes a regular thing, I need a better "running" kilt.

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Also keep in mind-
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Short version: The money you donate to help us spread the word about cancer risks for guys and gals alike…it’s tax deductible now!
Thank you for your support!

Friday, September 19, 2014

5.7 vs .22mag

MAC shoots some loads into some gel to show how they do-




Somewhat surprising actually.  I would like to see something similar involving a chrono, and a comparable .22mag with a 10.5" barrel to compare to the P90, but overall very cool.

KtKC Day 19

My schedule is making it a little tricky to get good photos this year, but here's another from yesterday.


The clouds were literally blowing between the camera and me, so you can't even see the lake in the background... It was actually pretty neat.

Bonus points if you recognize the rock formation I'm next to.

Remember! Donations can be made on the

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Also keep in mind-
Kilted to Kick Cancer is proud to announce we have received the stamp of approval from the IRS to operate under section 501(c)(3) of the revenue code.
Short version: The money you donate to help us spread the word about cancer risks for guys and gals alike…it’s tax deductible now!
Thank you for your support!

Thursday, September 18, 2014

KtKC Day 18

A friend of mine wanted to go hiking at Devil's Lake State Park this morning, so we did.  That required waking up at 4am, but it was worth it.


The kilt certainly allowed for a great freedom and range of motion for scrambling up the sides of the cliffs.

As always, donations can be made on the

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Also keep in mind-
Kilted to Kick Cancer is proud to announce we have received the stamp of approval from the IRS to operate under section 501(c)(3) of the revenue code.
Short version: The money you donate to help us spread the word about cancer risks for guys and gals alike…it’s tax deductible now!
Thank you for your support!

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

KtKC Day 17

Another one from the weekend; me with everybody's favorite ballpark pup!



As always, donations can be made on the

Please check "This donation is made as part of a Fundraising Team" and select "Team Guns & Coffee" from the drop-down menu.

And remember-
Kilted to Kick Cancer is proud to announce we have received the stamp of approval from the IRS to operate under section 501(c)(3) of the revenue code.
Short version: The money you donate to help us spread the word about cancer risks for guys and gals alike…it’s tax deductible now!
Thank you for your support!

Monday, September 15, 2014

KtKC Day 15

I warned her that it could be a dangerous angle, but Manda ain't skerd. So here's some Stewart Royal at the Taphouse.
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Nitro Baby

Celebrating the new furnace with some quality brews. Really just an excuse to get O'so Nitro Octoberfest.

How much do Americans love coffee?

A fairly decent amount.  I am honestly surprised that only 31% of Americans make coffee before doing anything else in the morning.

Furnace Fun

Cats are locked away in the guest "suite,"  and I'm stuck hanging out around the house while a bunch of guys do work.  It sure beats CO poisoning, but dang it makes for a boring day.

We called in a guy because the blower fan relay crapped out and the fan was running constantly.  He fixed that, but in his checks discovered the heat exchanger had a crack in it, which would do a great job of pumping exhaust fumes into the entire house.  Thankfully we were already planning to be out of town all weekend, and it's only chilly enough to just toss on a sweatshirt and be fine (50°...)

So... only replacing the furnace 5 years ahead of planned. Yay?

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Good seats

Moments later Clark made a three run shot to center right. Shaping up to be a much better game than last night.

KtKC Day 14

Play ball! And try to win this time...



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Saturday, September 13, 2014

Baseball!

Game 2 of the series, game 1 for us. Go Crew!

KtKC Day 13

Beer!

Brenner just started doing tours and serving their new brews about a month ago. Look for an extended post next week!

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Friday, September 12, 2014

KtKC Day 12

Milwaukee, WI. You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy (until you swing over to Madison...)

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KtKC - Brrr

Just sayin'... a bit chilly for kilts,



 but it's not stopping me from going kilted the entire month.

Donations can be made on the

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Also keep in mind-
Kilted to Kick Cancer is proud to announce we have received the stamp of approval from the IRS to operate under section 501(c)(3) of the revenue code.
Short version: The money you donate to help us spread the word about cancer risks for guys and gals alike…it’s tax deductible now!
Thank you for your support!