Gunwriter Stephen A. Camp has died

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      Gunwriter Stephen A. Camp has died

      It has been reported on several other forums that Stephen A. Camp has died. He was a well-published gunwriter, an active member of many of the larger gun-related Internet forums, and also had his own website, Hi Powers and Handguns .

      I've never read an article of his that I didn't enjoy, and I usually learned something along the way, too. I've had a quote from one of his articles as my signature line for quite a while now, as it resonates with me, as did much of his writing.

      Best, Mr. Camp

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      RIP and a Well Done

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      I've always enjoyed his work and his postings, he will surely be missed.

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      It is a sad day. He will missed.

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      yes, he is one of the very few who bothered to test real CCW guns and carry loads on animals. His recommendations were usually very sensible.

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      Rest In Peace.

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      RIP MR. Camp


      I never got to tell you this. Back in the mid 90's when I started getting into reading about handguns, I always looked forward to your articles. I enjoyed your writing style and the way you looked at things. When I turned 21 my first handgun purchase was a .40 Browning Hi Power. I also enjoy reading your posts on the gun forums as well. You were always willing to help people out and answer their questions.

      We'll miss you as you were a great asset to the shooting comunity and a gentleman.

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