I recently noticed that LARGC was first registered 66 years ago today, on July 21, 1953.
Happy anniversary LARGC!
from page linked above:
“Olin Winchester, LLC (“Winchester”) is recalling three (3) lots of 38 Special 130 Grain Full Metal Jacket centerfire ammunition.
Lot Numbers: KF21, KL30 and KM52
Winchester has determined the above lots of 38 Special ammunition may contain incorrect powder charges. Ammunition with excessive powder charges may cause firearm damage, rendering it inoperable, and subjecting the shooter and bystanders to a risk of serious personal injury or death.
DO NOT USE WINCHESTER® 38 SPECIAL 130 GRAIN SYMBOL USA38SPVP WITH LOT NUMBERS KF21, KL30 or KM52. The ammunition Lot Number is ink stamped inside the right tuck flap of the 100-round carton as indicated here. The symbol is printed above the UPC bar code.
To determine if your ammunition is subject to this notice, review the Symbol and Lot Number. If it is Symbol USA38SPVP with Lot Number KF21, KL30 or KM52, immediately discontinue use and contact Winchester toll-free at 844-653-8358 for free UPS pick-up of the recalled ammunition.
This notice applies only to Symbol USA38SPVP with Lot Numbers KF21, KL30 and KM52. Other Symbol or Lot Numbers are not subject to this recall.
If you have any questions concerning this 38 Special centerfire ammunition recall please call toll-free 844-653-8358, write to Winchester (600 Powder Mill Road, East Alton, IL 62024 Attn: USA38SPVP Recall), or visit our website at www.winchester.com.
We apologize for this inconvenience.
February 27th, 2019”
FYI, this week, our work camper Tom found something interesting in the woods near the new member lounge: a old, sealed glass bottle of Mountain Dew.
Interestingly, these bottles show a cartoon character named “Willy the Hillbilly” shooting at a target. Unfortunately, the bottle we found is a bit too weathered to show this clearly.
Based on what I read on the Mountain Dew Wikipedia page, I estimate this bottle was made 1948 through 1969.
Please enjoy the image below, also from Wikipedia.
This washout happened to Skyline Blvd southeast of Page Mill Rd, around February 4.
Unfortunately, Davis Weatherlink is in the process of updating its service and the wrong link was used in the newsletter. Our account was updated on September 28, and our data is no longer available on their old system. FYI: About two thirds of Davis Weatherlink stations are now on the new system, and you can explore them by location at < https://www.weatherlink.com/map >.
The current conditions and a very good microclimate weather forecast can be found at < http://www.losaltosrodandgunclub.com/range/weather >, which includes a link to our station’s data on the new system at < https://www.weatherlink.com/embeddablePage/show/c26756318df147f1b02a8db6f063e8e8/wide >.
Yesterday afternoon (18 OCT 2018), Gabe Slate from KRON TV 4 news visited the range. At 8pm, the station aired a segment.
The segment “FAA to pilots: Be careful when flying over Los Gatos gun range” may be found online at < https://www.kron4.com/news/bay-area/faa-to-pilots-be-careful-when-flying-over-los-gatos-gun-range/1534579244 >
The FAA notice that prompted the story was issued by the FAA on 17 OCT 2017, and may be found by searching for the word “FIRING” at < https://pilotweb.nas.faa.gov/PilotWeb/notamRetrievalByICAOAction.do?method=displayByICAOs&reportType=RAW&formatType=ICAO&retrieveLocId=KSJC&actionType=notamRetrievalByICAOs >.
According to Gabe Slate, one of the reporters in the studio is a pilot and recently saw the notice from the FAA.