Preparedness Notes for Monday — November 23, 2020

On November 23rd, 1980, a 7.2-magnitude quake struck southern Italy killing more than 3,000 people. The casualty toll was probably so high because the tremor struck during Sunday night mass, as many residents sat in churches that crumbled in the quake. The quake was centered in Eboli, south of Naples. In nearby Balvano, children were preparing to receive their first communion at the 1,000-year-old Conza Della Comapgna church. The church was demolished and killed dozens of people, including 26 children.

Please keep in mind that I will be traveling for the month of December, so if you want to order any antique cartridge guns from Elk Creek Company, then get your order in before that month-long hiatus. Thanks!

Today we present another product review written by our ever-faithful Field Gear Editor,  Pat Cascio.

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