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    Ben - it is a bit pricey but yes - it does fill a very good niche IMO - and I do think as many of us as possible should try and support it.

    I applaud Tim's efforts on his whole project (and those like Maria who work on it too).
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    go ahead and subscribe. lots of good info available.

    this month they had an article about holsters for women that will interest my wife.

    i've got a feeling that she's gonna be holster shopping again.

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    George Hill - Kudos and Brickbats

    Forum member George Hill has two superb articles in the April 06 issue of CCM. One is a review of the Wilson Combat SDS 1911 pistol and the other is a review of the 2006 SHOT Show. Both are written in his usual entertaining and informative style.

    I've always liked the way that George tells it like it is. He pulls no punches and he isn't afraid to call a spade a spade. If he doesn't like a gun, he'll say so, and why. Always a pleasure to read.

    But now for the brickbats, and this is meant strictly as humorous criticism, of course. (referring to the Wilson 1911 review). I would have thought that George would surely know the difference between Ordinance and Ordnance. Spelled with an "i", it means a municipal law or regulation; spelled without the "i", it refers to military weaponry and munitions.

    Gun Writing 101.

    Shame on you, George


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    .....the difference between Ordinance and Ordnance. Spelled with an "i", it means a municipal law or regulation; spelled without the "i", it refers to military weaponry and munitions.

    Gun Writing 101.

    Shame on you, George
    Unless you're from Texas, then they are both synonymous, however, the most commonly used (for either usage) is "ordnance", spoken with one syllable.

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    Very good article on the SHOT show! Find it hard to read about $2000 pistols - I might end up wanting it!!

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    I grew up in Texas. Plano.
    Just wait for the HK P2000 review coming up.
    Cheers!

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    Thumbs up April 2006 Issue

    OUTSTANDING!!!
    The Up Close and Personal articles are very educational and drive home the point that it is as imnportant to know when not to shoot as when it is to shoot.
    The rest of the mag is up to par with the excellent articles and I enjoyed the info from Gabe Suarez's Shotgun Gunfighting Concepts.
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    Man!! I haven't got mine yet!!!!
    George Washington: "A free people ought to be armed."

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    Up here in the great state of mass. people were calling the police and reporting that you were waving a gun at them if you had a pro gun sticker on your car.

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    One of the best issues so far. I am slowly reading every single article. I agree about the Gabe Suarez shotgun article. Good stuff.

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    I did not think I would like the Wilson Combat article. As it said in the beginning of the article I went "Oh no, not another 1911 article", then I ended up thoroughly enjoying it. Good work. Of course my problem is two fold. I not only cannot afford the gun, but I live in MA and it is not on the "list". I couldn't buy it even if I had the dough!

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    It was the first one I have received since joining up. I made the very enjoyable mistake of sitting down with it the night I got it. I read the whole thing cover to cover in one sitting! Great articles and not a bunch of advertising FLUFF.

    If anyone should ask if it would be worth a higher subscription rate for more issues, I would like to offer my vote YES.


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    Indeed Miggy - another good one.

    Got mine couple or so days ago and have now done a ''cover-to-cover'' as I usually do.

    George thx as always for your reporting style - I truly think you are the most unbiased reviewer of all time - and darned funny with it too at times.

    It always seems an awful long wait for each issue but worth the wait too. Kudos as ever to Tim, Maria and the team.
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    Where is mine????waaaa
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    Thanks... Yeah, Wilson is waiting to send me another 1911 to review... but I'm holding off a bit.
    Writing a 1911 article that someone will actually read from start to finish is a huge challenge. So I decided (as always) to have a little fun with it.

    I was going to mention AC-DC's "Shook me all night long" instead of "Thunder Struck" but that might have been too over the top and I might have been expelled from Utah for saying that.

    I think Maria might be developing kind of a phobia about my articles about now. "OMG, what's he going to say this time..." That's one thing. But it's the copy editor is the one that's going to end up in therapy after a few more articles.

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