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WELCOME TO COMMIE HORROR

Paul Lo, who escaped Laos after the communists took over, came to our office. I asked him how he had escaped. Lo told his story in his very broken, but good English. (See THE ESCAPE in this issue) Lo is a vivacious, outspoken advocate for Laotian refugees, specifically the Hmong. He has a wonderful sense of humor and a real zest for life in the United States. When the U.S.

A PATRIOT FOR PATRIOTS

Revolvers

Charter Arms is known for their line of self-defense revolvers.

 

THIS LITTLE PIG ATE TOO MUCH LEAD

Well, it didn’t take much of a sales job or convincing by Steve Langford, longtime hunting buddy of SOF and product development manager for Bushnell. “Brown,” he yelled over the phone, “let’s go hunt some pigs!”

 

“DANIEL BOONE” GOES TO VIETNAM

WHACKED FROM THE TOP OF A COCONUT TREE

Though relatively unknown, the most highly decorated and most accomplished American sniper of the Vietnam War was Staff Sergeant Adelbert F. Waldron of the U.S. Army’s 9th Infantry Division.

THAI–CAMBODIA TEMPLE STANDOFF

CAMBODIAN AND THAI SOLDIERS FACE OFF

SNIPER ONE: SNIPER TEAM UNDER ATTACK IN IRAQ

DESPERATE FOR RELIEF

All in all, by the end of the siege’s second week we were in need – desperate need – of any form of relief.

 

SOF PROVING GROUND: STEINER 15X80 “MILITARY” BINOS GO TO THE HUNT

My history with this pair of 15X80 Steiners begins in 1983, in West Germany, at Franconia Jagd, a very popular hunting store in Wurzburg.