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Top 10 Most-Read Shooter’s Log Articles, Summer 2014

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Just past the halfway point of 2014, we can look back and see which articles Shooter’s Log visitors read most in the first half of the year. If you’ve missed any of the top-10 items below, here’s your chance to check them out.

 1 Beretta Move to Tennessee Update and New Model Review
2 GLOCK G42: A Remarkable Handgun
3 Trunk Guns
4 Top 10 AR-15 Posts
5 Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Anti-Gunners
6 Why Does the USDA Need Submachine Guns?
7 Taurus Tracker .357 Magnum 7-Shot: A New Baseline for Revolvers
 8 Operation Choke Point
9 Clean Your AR-15 in 20 Minutes
10 SIG’s SB15 Legal Pistol Stabilizing Device

Which Shooter’s Log article is your favorite? Tell us in the comment section.

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Comments (4)

  1. Hmm it seems like your blog ate my first comment (it was super long) so I guess I’ll
    just sum it up what I wrote and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying your
    blog. I too am an aspiring blog blogger but I’m still new to everything.
    Do you have any helpful hints for rookie blog writers?
    I’d really appreciate it.

    1. 1-The Blog Monster will eat the random blog,then spit it back up and you get a DOUBLE posting!! Looks dumb. 2– Think it through and double check everything before you hit submit.There is no edit after.This has made me look dumb. 3– Let passion mellow before posting. Have had my head bit off! Looked dumb.4–Have THICK skin.5-If you can’t handle the bear don’t poke the bear with a stick. Have fun, most people responding are cool and can take a joke.Have fun and good luck.

    2. Yahoo– I am new to this blog thing also. Best advice would be read lots of posts and look for the things that make them good or rough. Copy the good,don’t do the rough. If it confuses you don’t copy that style. Don;t use twitter talk use full words.Don’t make it too long. Don’t use fifty words when ten will do. You have probably heard about drunk dialing.Same problem with posting. Gun powder and booze don’t mix. Words can be gun powder.Just have fun and don’t take it too seriously.Almost all the people on this blog are cool.–Self edit. Edit-edit-edit!

  2. Most read? Or most comments? Interest gets them read. Raising passion will get comments. It is a little sad that a fun post like “wrong gun terms” can get so many comments but one like Memorial Day or 4th of July get almost none.This is not a complaint just a observation.I did comment on “gun terms” and totally enjoy the lighter posts.

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