I have been a hunter, shooter and outdoorsman all of my life. I gave 36 years to working as a Conservation Officer and Natural Resources Police Officer, retiring with the rank of Captain with WV DNR Law Enforcement.

I own too many dogs, not enough shotguns and I am always looking for another place to hunt. I live with my long suffering wife Helen in Fayette County, West Virginia and we have two children, Sarah and Jesse, all of whom wish Dad would not wear camo clothing year round and refrain from discussing skinning or field dressing something in mixed company.

If you hunt with me I will make you late, get you lost, and mooch part of your lunch, but will always take you on an adventure. While I do not claim to be a definite expert on anything, I have some pretty strong opinions on everything and am I more than happy to tell you about them.

I hope you will find Guns and Cornbread to be informative and entertaining on guns, hunting, and the outdoor world. Come along for the ride and find out.

Recent Posts

Grizzly Bears, Politics, and Use Enough Gun

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(Authors note: The tragic deaths of a mother and her infant daughter this past week in the Yukon Territory of Canada due to a...

Too many Predators?

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Too many Predators? Things are not always what they seem. I’d like to take credit for that bit of wisdom but I can’t. Several philosopher...

NRA American Hunter- “It all starts with a gray squirrel”

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CLICK ON THE LINK! Mentoring New Hunters: It All Starts with a Gray Squirrel | An Official Journal Of The NRA (americanhunter.org)

Clouds in my coffee and the .220 Swift

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Studying the clouds in my coffee this morning it occurred to me that time is a funny thing. Now I know most of you...

Squirrel Dogs and Marlin firearms on the LBL

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Squirrel Dogs and Marlin Firearms on the LBL “Sailors to sea, travelers to walls and fences, hunters to field and hollow and the long voice...