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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    Archery Video and Discussion
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    Hunting Video and Discussion
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Half A King (Extract) by Joe Abercrombie

Half A King (Extract) by Joe Abercrombie

Imagine a story of a boy born with a deformed hand. The boy is a Prince yet he is cast aside by his family and treated with disdain by those around him. Few look past the deformity and see the true character beyond. This is how the new Half a Kind Trilogy by Joe Abercrombie […]

Welcome to the New WaltInPA Server

Welcome to the New WaltInPA Server

If you are seeing this blog post, I’d like to welcome you to the new WaltInPA.com server. You should notice the site is a bit more snappy and things are loading faster across the board. On Saturday I ran into a situation with my host that I wasn’t entirely comfortable with. While sitting at my […]

Dead Trees Don’t Always Make for Good Target Stands

Dead Trees Don’t Always Make for Good Target Stands

Several years ago I got a call from a friend asking if I had the weekend free to head out to Central / Western Pennsylvania for ‘Man’s Weekend’. The event boiled down to a group of friends going out to hunting cabin on 550 acres. During the day we would work around the property. After […]

Replacing my OEM Glock 17 Barrel with a Lone Wolf

Replacing my OEM Glock 17 Barrel with a Lone Wolf

Earlier this year I was in a bit of a bind. Communication with my USPSA Sponsor broke down and I knew that if I didn’t scramble to find another, I wouldn’t be able to shoot much throughout the season. I reached out to Jerry Cruz, my Stogie Review Partner, and pitched the idea wearing the […]

Ontelaunee USPSA: March 2014

Ontelaunee USPSA: March 2014

Earlier this year, news spread like wildfire that Sean and Joe Roberts were starting a USPSA Program at Ontelaunee Rod and Gun Club. Not only would the new program add variety to our general area, it would easily be the largest. Opening the season with a 10 Stage / 230+ Round Count Match seemed very […]

“Don’t worry, our health insurance will be fine”

“Don’t worry, our health insurance will be fine”

As a New Years Resolution in 2009, I started WaltInPA. At that point Stogie Review had been around for a little while and was growing steadily. I was beginning to feel burned out and needed a place where I could write about something other than cigars. Over the years this blog has changed direction a […]

That is one rough looking turkey

That is one rough looking turkey

Every day I try to make a point to stop in over at Archery Talk and see what is going on. Generally I’m browsing the classifieds, checking out Bows I can’t afford, or I’m skimming recently active posts for something that catches my eye. Yesterday, while killing time during my lunch break, something caught my […]

Stowe Archers: 2014 Curt Peterson Southeast PA Indoor 3D Shootout

Stowe Archers: 2014 Curt Peterson Southeast PA Indoor 3D Shootout

Thanks to the Brutal Pennsylvania Winter, today was the first time in over a month that I’ve been able to make it out to an Indoor 3D Archery Shoot. I was a little concerned that I’d be rusty but I managed to shoot a pretty decent match. As usual, Stowe Archers put on a shoot […]

Doing The Unthinkable: Scaling Back My USPSA Scedule

Doing The Unthinkable: Scaling Back My USPSA Scedule

A couple of years ago, USPSA Shooters in Southeast Pennsylvania got some bad news. Both Topton and York IWLA made the decision to discontinue their USPSA Programs in favor of Multi-Gun. We suddenly went from having four clubs to shoot down to two. The two remaining clubs, Lower Providence and Southern Chester, are both active […]

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