Around the Campfire July 10th, 2011

A lazy Sunday here but there’s a lot going on in the world:

The Horn of Africa has become basically unlivable as the region suffers the worst drought in six decades.

This summer may be the worst flood season in U.S. history.

A “massive” Locust swarm is affecting up to 20 million people in Russia.

A Michigan woman faces three months in jail … for growing vegetables on her own property.

World food prices are climbing on sugar and dairy costs.

A wolf pack may have established itself just a short drive from Seattle.

American Rifleman has a look at the Smith and Wesson Governor revolver.

Brownells is now selling ammunition.

The Midway USA YouTube channel has a great video on fixing a slow timed S&W revolver.

Suburban Survival has a good review of a Kel-Tec SU-16c carbine. Might make a good truck gun.

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