Nope, it's not about loading, shooting, casting, mysteriously detonating primers, the evils of Titegroup powder or even about the lovely ladies that frequent Friday night dancing... it's about something we should all spend at least a few moments reflecting on today, be it safe, alone an comfortable in our homes, or explaining to a child what others have sacrificed to afford them the opportunities they may take for granted... or bent solemnly on one knee at a national cemetery as tears mark the gravesite of a parent who earned the recognition this day commemorates. Today is Veterans Day, a time when, without embarrassment, hesitation or partisan leanings we should realize that what we were, what we are and what we will become we owe to those who sacrifice to preserve our freedoms. To those who have worn the uniform and to those who still do... we owe you a debt that we can never repay. Perhaps a good start would be to offer a sincere THANK YOU. Although I lack the literary talent of expressing heartfelt thoughts in a meaningful and cognizant manner I do, on occasion, make an attempt. The below link is something I wrote last year and would like to think that as my mortality looms even larger on the horizon my admiration and respect for these men grows with that certainty. Read it if you wish... or not. http://glocktalk.com/forums/blog.php?b=97 Okay, Eric, or Vote Republican... I'll accept my infraction without argument or complaint. A solemn and respectful Veterans Day to everyone. Jack Wanna kill these ads? We can help!