Monthly Archives: April 2012

He Couldn’t Make Up His Mind

Henry Newton Brown was one of those guys on the western frontier who just couldn’t make up his mind which side he was on. Brown was born about 1857, a product of Missouri. In the mid-1870’s, he followed every young … Continue reading

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One Year On, “West of Somewhere” Is Still Going Strong

I am pleased to report that my CD, WEST OF SOMEWHERE, continues to have good sales and get good reviews. In fact, it was recently reviewed by Canadian Cowboy Country magazine. In addition, we are getting good air play on … Continue reading

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The Greatest Game Animal of Them All

I’m currently getting ready to hunt cape buffalo in Africa, with Il Ling New and Richard Mann. Not to be bragging, but I’ve hunted Asian buffalo in Australia, caribou in Alaska, elk in Utah, and bear in New Mexico, among … Continue reading

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A Single-Action Classic

One of my favorite handguns of all time is the original Ruger Blackhawk, in .44 Magnum. This is the Ruger single action that has come to be called the .44 Flat Top. This is a tough, accurate revolver with a … Continue reading

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