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.
  • Shooting The Breeze - The Formal Gun Podcast of WaltInPA
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  • Hunting Video and Discussion
    Hunting Video and Discussion
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    IDPA Match Video and Discussion
  • USPSA Match Video and Discussion
    USPSA Match Video and Discussion
  • Archery Video and Discussion
    Archery Video and Discussion

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Sneaking Away for a Field Round

Sneaking Away for a Field Round

These last few weeks, or perhaps I should say months – everything has been running together, have been rough. If I’m not working long hours, I’m taking care of my daughter (which is a pleasure most of the time, don’t get me wrong, but sometimes she can be a little monster), or working around the […]

Stowe Archers Outdoor 3D Shoot: June 2014

Stowe Archers Outdoor 3D Shoot: June 2014

This month has been a bit of a mess. With an upcoming move fast approaching, I’ve had to shuffle my schedule around quite a bit. I missed the Lower Providence USPSA Match and would have missed the Southern Chester USPSA Match yesterday had it not been cancelled. Today would normally be the day that I […]

New Holland 3D Archery Program

New Holland 3D Archery Program

Earlier today I got word from Annette Evans, IDPA Match Director at New Holland Rifle and Pistol Club, that New Holland has released their 3D Archery Program Schedule for the 2014 Season. New Holland will be hosting shoots which consist of 28 Targets at a cost of $10 per archer. One very unique aspect of […]

Stowe Archers Field League: Week 5

Stowe Archers Field League: Week 5

Week 5 of the Stowe Archers Field League has come to a close. Over these last few weeks, I’ve learned something. I find that I enjoy Field Archery just as much, if not a little more, than I do 3D Archery. I think it has a lot to do with the number of arrows shot. […]

Prepping To Reload My Own Ammo

Prepping To Reload My Own Ammo

Earlier this year I found myself in a bit of a predicament. I wanted to continue shooting USPSA but factory ammo was scarce and, what was available was rather expensive. If I wanted to continue to shoot I would either need to sell an organ to cover the cost of ammo or start reloading. Since […]

Why are Sanctioned Match Fees on the Rise?

Why are Sanctioned Match Fees on the Rise?

This morning I was sitting at my desk when my phone buzzed. I glanced down to see that an email had come in through the WaltInPA Contact Form. My curiosity got the better of me and I reached for my phone. The message was from a shooter asking me to post an anonymous letter regarding […]

Stowe Archers Field League: Week 3  

Stowe Archers Field League: Week 3

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been spending my Friday Afternoons at Stowe Archers. Troy an I have been getting together to particulate in the weekly Field League. This past Friday, however, heavy rain put a damper on our plans. Instead, I headed out to Stowe on Sunday to shoot before the monthly meeting. Not […]

Designing a Fun and Challenging USPSA Stage

Designing a Fun and Challenging USPSA Stage

Practical Shooting is a lot of fun. You get to run around, shooting at targets, while competing to see who can be both fast and accurate. There is a place in the sport for all skill levels and it makes for an enjoyable day on the range. One of the nice things about USPSA is […]

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