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"Never let your gun suffer from separation anxiety, Always carry." ~ The Recoil Recitals

Saturday, April 30, 2016

Welcome to the Blog

  My name is C. W. Parker and I am the owner of The Recoil Recitals Blog.  I would like to introduce myself and tell you a little bit about what you may read in the Recoil Recitals.
  
    I am a Veteran of the US Army where I spent 15 years active duty and 3 years in the Texas NG. I was a SGT/E-5, I deployed to Iraq twice. I was the unit armorer, training NCO and lead weapons trainer for my unit. I am originally from Florida but I have lived in Texas for the last 12 years. I am an avid outdoors man, Concealed Handgun License holder, National Rifle Association (NRA) Distinguished Life Member, 2nd Amendment activist, Patriot, recreational and soon to be International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) competitive shooter. I have been awarded the Winchester/NRA Pro-Marksman Medal for Pistol and the Winchester/NRA Sharpshooter Medal for Defensive Pistol I.  Well enough about me, let's talk about what you can expect to read in the Recoil Recitals.

    The Recoil Recitals will be filled with information (hopefully useful) about firearms, ammunition, holsters, accessories, tactical gear, survival gear reviews and videos. We will discuss concealed carry techniques, shooting techniques, firearm drills and much more.  There will be guest posts, information concerning the 2nd Amendment, hunting, fishing and the great outdoors.  Time to time we may talk politics and the state of our country (but not to much).  Myself and the other contributors welcome your comments, opinions and topic suggestions if there is something you want to know about just ask.  


All we ask is that you follow a few simple rules:

- Keep it civil.
- Be respectful of others opinions.
- No profanity or nudity.
  
The Recoil Recitals do not discriminate all everyone is welcome as long as they follow the rules. 

"Never let your gun suffer from separation anxiety;  Always carry." ~ The Recoil Recitals


                        
                                                                           

4 comments:

  1. is a pellet guns considered a firearm?

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    1. Based on Gun Control Act of 1968, 18 U.S.C Section 921(a)(3), air guns, because they use compressed air and not an explosive to expel a projectile, do not constitute firearms under Federal law — unless they are manufactured with the frames or receivers of an actual firearm.

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  2. I am looking forward to reading the posts and getting information on the varied topics. As they say, knowledge is power.

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    1. Thank you for your interest in the blog, let us know if there is anything you would like to see.

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