|Boris Kustodiyev. Maslenitsa. 1919. |
Oil on canvas, Isaak Brodsky Museum, St. Petersburg.
Here are some articles for today:
- Ammoland reports: "Utilizing a FLIR core, Torrey Pines Logic has developed an affordable thermal imager that is no larger than a mini red dot sight."
- Bearing Arms discusses the Marines' plan to upgrade the AR weapons system and to investigate the use of hollow-point bullets.
- Another from Bearing Arms discussing some of the legal flaws with the proposed ATF ban of M855 ammo.
- Firearms History has a multi-part series on rifle scopes: Part 1 (overview), Part 2 (continued overview), Part 3 (different reticles), and Part 4 (using range finding reticles).
- "Ten Concepts for the Modern Gun Man (The First Five)"--Suarez International.
- "Staring economic reality in the face"--Peter Grant's blog. He quotes extensively from a recent interview with David Stockman about the precarious position of the world's economies and central banks.
- "Restoring the Old Way of Warming: Heating People, not Places" from Low-Tech Magazine. I think the title is self-explanatory, and, even if you are not ready to give up on central heating, it raises valid points and ideas for if (or when) your heating goes out on a cold winter day.