How I spent all of the years that the CBA has existed and yet not knowing that it existed is beyond me. The day I saw a membership to the CBA for sale on Ebay or Gunbroker one, I can't remember which ,Has in the past few months brought a lot of enjoyment to me. I looked at the last issue of the National Rifleman magazine the other day and there was only two little bittty articles in the whole thing that interested me. Of course it's a good way to keep up with the crazies about firearm legislation, but I do that on my own. I was so burned out from working on and building rifles for customers that I was losing my interest in firearms. Finally I located people and a publication that was tuned to the firearm interests that I hve had all of my life. It then took me a few months before I discovered the forum. Man what a relief, I can actually correspond with people who have my interests. Most of my buddies from the past aren't with us anymore.
The only thing wrong with The Fouling Shot Magazine is that it should come out about every two weeks and contain about 1,000 pages. When I receive it, I set down and read every word before I put it down. David Reiss sent me a Speaking Frankly CD and I practically have it memorized. I also have learned a lot from Frank.
I'm going to end this by saying THANK YOU TO CBA and all the people associated with it and the forum members.
David a. Cogburn