The Fun Functional Test Affair
They say trouble comes in threes. If that's the case, good news must come in twos. This long two-year project of building my own live-ammo firing "Man From U.N.C.L.E." Special has finally come to an end.
The Poised For Completion Affair
While I'm sure my gunsmith has grown tried of my whimpering at this late stage of my project to produce a live-ammo-firing variant of the U.N.C.L.E. Special, I can't help it.
The Solution-B Affair
The victories and pitfalls I've experienced over the past two years while attempting to construct a functional U.N.C.L.E. Special has provided excellent exercise in non-linear thinking.
The Some Folks Have All The Luck Affair
Call me a glutton for punishment—or even a perfectionist. So far, my efforts to successfully apply Allumahyde II to Paul and Eric's contemporary U.N.C.L.E. Carbine barrel has proved quite a challenge. With the help of my co-worker John, I'm currently researching various paint manufacturers in the hope of finding a primer that will adhere to both aluminum and titanium.
The Locking-Block Roadblock Affair
My apologies to all for the sporadic nature of my U.N.C.L.E. Special Project. While my work as Assistant Editor for Shooting Illustrated takes precedence, sometimes fate intervenes instead.
The Oregon U.N.C.L.E. Group, a Blizzard and Caribbean Cocktails Affair
Over three feet of snow (and another 10 to 20 expected Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday) is enough to make anyone contemplate hopping a red-eye flight for the sanity-saving sands of some Caribbean paradise.
The Flattery & Affliction Affair
While 2009 ended at somewhat of a lull in relation to my U.N.C.L.E. Special Project, completion in 2010 appears not only promising, but coming soon.
The Return of Man from U.N.C.L.E. Affair
Blog fan Oddjob recently sent me some commentary inquiring about the status my U.N.C.L.E. Special project.
The Reason for Celebration Affair
Following a weekend bought with the flu (hopefully not of the H1N1 variety because much like Samuel L. Jackson's character, Jules Winnfield from "Pulp Fiction"
The Prior Planning Affair #2
While some may feel compelled to toss out the early bird and worm analogy, I prefer planning for the worst and hoping for the best.