Walt in PA
Welcome to the blog of Walt White. As the name of the blog implies, I am a Pennsylvania resident. I have a fondness for Firearms, Cigars, and Photography, all of which you will find here on WaltInPA.com. Please feel free to poke around and share my space on the web with your like-minded friends.

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Buying a Bow for a 6 Year Old Girl

Buying a Bow for a 6 Year Old Girl

One day, a couple of weeks ago, rain was falling here in Southeast Pennsylvania and I was beginning to feel a bit too cooped up. With nothing else to do, I loaded up my bow and took a ride over to Stowe Archers with my oldest daughter. We shot together for about a half hour […]

Building An Archery Series: Putting It All Together

Building An Archery Series: Putting It All Together

Over the past several weeks I have invested a lot of time and effort into building an archery series at my local club. I started with a concept, molded it, revised it, and I just recently crossed the point of no return. I have ordered targets and began marketing the Stowe Archers Paper Animal Point […]

The Smith & Wesson M&P Shield Made a Liar Out of Me

The Smith & Wesson M&P Shield Made a Liar Out of Me

Back in 2013, Smith & Wesson rolled out an advertising campaign for a new gun. Gun People across the web began to take notice and there was a lot of speculation as to what would be released. When word finally broke that Smith & Wesson would be bringing out a single stack 9mm, modeled after […]

Building an Archery Series: Estimating Costs

Building an Archery Series: Estimating Costs

Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been pouring a lot of time and effort into the idea of starting up a Paper Animal Series at my local archery club. I tried to model it after the old Keystone Federation shoots and the more time I spent working on the project, the more excited I […]

Building an Archery Series: Modified Animal Round (Revision 1)

Building an Archery Series: Modified Animal Round (Revision 1)

Ever since posting about the Modified Animal Round that I’ve been working on, I’ve been giving a lot of thought to some of the issues I’m facing. Most notably, how many shooting positions am I willing to pound into the ground before a given shoot? I approached my father with my dilemma. Like my Grandfather, […]

Building an Archery Series: Modified Animal Round

Building an Archery Series: Modified Animal Round

At this very moment I am sitting out on my deck wearing a flannel shirt. I have hot cup of coffee next to me, a cigar burning in the ashtray, and I can see my breath in the cool morning air. Fall is quickly approaching and when it arrives, change will sweep across the archery […]

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