Just got back from Montana, where I was visiting my friends who attend MSU Bozeman. We took a road trip to Yellowstone and then to Flathead Lake in northern 'Tana as well, stopping by in Glacier National Park. Needless to say it was 3 weeks of beer, fun and guns in what a flatlander like me would call serious wilderness. Glacier National Park Pics Jumping out to a rockbar. Avalanche Lake in GNP. Casey before he turned into Mr Freeze. Casey during his transformation in the reciently frozen glacial runoff. He will put a freeze over Gotham for sure. Sitting on floats at Hyalite lake in Bozeman Now to the Guns I had brought my Bushy Ar15 up, and my friend had an AKM, M9, .308 PPK, .45 Defender, Ruger wheelgun (.45 long colt?), .454 Casuul, and a 12 gauge Winchester shotgun. Good old table O' guns (the .454 is in the box). Im checking out the Ruger. The Treo. The .380 PPK was a blast to shoot, even though its a shorter 9mm round, it still is pretty snappy in a small package. Trying to do a BUG drill assbackwards. You should always mix beer and guns! My friend wasnt shooting because he is permanently attached to a beer can. My friend has something like 800 acres of land that we could shoot and drive on. Heres a set of my friend trying to catch brass coming out of my AR. No luck on this shot. Again, no brass, but still a good shot. Shot with the bolt heading back to battery. Cigarette break...as if breathing in the nasty WWB cordite wasnt enough. Heres a vid of me trying to kill a 3in wide tree at 30 yards: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vks18Hd-U5U Up in Jackson Creek Mt on the ridgeline shooting across at gofers. And of course, no trip is complete without seeing a Budweiser hoppes storage facility. It was a great life experience to be able to go to such an awsome and beautiful place like Montana, and be old enough to truely appreciate it. I will definately be going back soon.