Day I An opportunity came up to get a couple of short hunts in while away on a business trip out west, my problem would be a shortage of space as I had to carry a lot of clothes and a lot of equipment to fulfill my work obligations. But this is exactly what I had Dennis Quackenbush build my Outlaw .25 for, so the choice of guns was clear. I decided to take the Hill pump rather than the little pony bottle that I had recently purchased from Airhog, only because I had so little time that I could not afford even an hour to search for a place to have the tank filled when my flight arrived. My flight landed at 4:15 on a sunny Sunday afternoon, and my plan was to grab my bags, pick up the rental car (I’d reserved a SUV), and be out in the desert for a late afternoon jackrabbit shoot before evening fell. I knew the area well and was pretty sure I could pick up a couple of jacks quickly. That was my plan, but things headed south quickly…. my bags took forever to roll down the baggage claim. When they finally arrived I grabbed them and jumped on the shuttle Â… to the wrong rental company! After I begged a ride back to the correct one I found out they had lost my reservation, and when I went to get my confirmation number off my palm pilot found the batteriesRead More →