Welcome to the forum, Chicken-Farmer.Just found this forum today. I've been a long time member of thehighroad.org forum. I've lived in Kodiak for 3 years now
I hiked in to the Russian River (12 miles as I was told) back in 1967. I had a Ruger .44 Mag on my belt. Got to the river and ran into a fella with a big Rifle on his shoulder that said he was hunting Bear. His barrel had a hole in it as big as the one in my .44 and a bunch more brass behind the bullet. For some reason I went from real confident to feelings of way under gunned. I think you better at least double that .22 tn. :anim_lol: :anim_lol:Kodiak is one place I never made it to and regret it.
I always wanted to shoot one of dem dare brownies with me .22.:smt082
My niece and her family recently moved to North Pole by way of the US Army. He went from Iraq heat to Fairbanks cold. Talk about shocking his system.Figured I'd try to expand the Alaska page here. I've lived in Fairbanks now for about 12 years.
Mostly handgun shooting for me. Springfield TRP Operator .45, H&K .45 USP, Springfield XD 9mm, GLock 19 9mm, TZ75 9mm...etc. etc. etc... I love USPSA/IPSC shooting.
Hope to hear from someone soon!