Hi, my name’s Kevin Creighton, and I’m a shooting sports enthusiast gun nut.
It started at a young age, shooting a .22 rifle with my cousins on their farm outside of Calgary, Alberta. I kept it under control during high school, but I quickly developed a reputation as “The guy who knew a lot about guns.”
I didn’t grow up hunting and shooting: I fit in better with “Gun Culture 2.0” than I do with guns as an outdoor recreation (but I’m trying to change that). I like shooting USPSA, IDPA and 3 Gun, and I’m working on getting into hunting and clays.
I’ve written articles about the new realities of gun ownership for American Hunter, NRA Shooting Sports, Ricochet.com, Bearing Arms, Shooting Illustrated, NRA Family, Downrange.tv, Ammoland.com and many other publications. I’ve been a keynote blogger on KFYI radio, been featured on a Shooting Gallery TV episode and done a bunch of radio/podcast appearances.
The best way to keep track of what’s going on here is to “Like” the Facebook page and/or Follow me on Twitter or on Instagram. I post stuff there that you won’t see here, some of it’s funny, most is merely hilarious.
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