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A man of the cloth and the steel he wields

Adventures of The Archivist, Part One.

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Weapon of Choice: Perkk, a 1949 Royal Quiet Deluxe, loaded with a vintage T6 Brown Silk Ribbon

Weapon of Choice: Perkk, a 1949 Royal Quiet Deluxe, loaded with a vintage T6 Brown Silk Ribbon

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"Spelunkers", 158 grain soft-lead target full-wadcutters, loaded ass-backwards with the skirt to front. Named for the sound they make when hitting soft South American Nazi Domain Pirate flesh.

“Spelunkers”, 158 grain soft-lead target full-wadcutters, loaded ass-backwards with the skirt to front. Named for the sound they make when hitting soft South American Nazi Domain Pirate flesh. Elmer Keith would be proud.

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Yay, my favorite Cuban cigarillos are everywhere in Brazil! :D

Yay, my favorite Cuban cigarillos are everywhere in Brazil! :D Can’t risk dry socket by smoking them, though. ):

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For the jungle, you pack light and load flexible. Shotshell cuz, you know, snakes... :P

For the jungle, you pack light and load flexible. Shotshell cuz, you know, snakes… :P

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Updated: October 12, 2014 — 3:55 pm

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  1. Typewriter fact-wrasslin’ — dangerous and romantic! Those punks will now know better than to mess with the Rev.

  2. Take lots of (legal) drugs for that pain, my friend. And don’t let the pink elephants get to you.

  3. Hope your jaw quits aching soon.
    Nice leg iron you have there.

  4. Doing the best I can, Rev – doing the best I can… By the way – YOU’RE NEXT! ;)

  5. Hey Ted, I didn’t know you were into guns. Do you shoot often? It’d be awesome to meet up sometime and squeeze off rounds.

    1. Didn’t know? I’m a native Arizonan raised in the 60’s/70’s by a cop. I teethed on the discarded stock of a S&W Model 19. :D

      Haven’t done much recreational shooting since ammo prices went insane, my wallet is used to 1990’s level spending in that regard. Ahh, back in the days after the USSR folded up shop, you could drop $100 and get an unfired war-surplus SKS and a crate of ammo, shoot it all up and bury the rifle in the desert after the barrel warped. None of this shinola where a brick of .22lr costs more than a box of 9mm. :P

      That said, I think Key Snap and I might be quite interested in such an outing. I think I have a couple spare boxes of .45acp ball ammo around here somewhere, and he’s expressed some interest before.

      1. Very nice. Yeah, it’s crazy how prices can be. I started to shoot on a semi-regular basis a couple of years ago. My weekends are usually free. Just let me know. You can e-mail me at bryan.beach@asu.edu

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