First blog post

As some may have noted, the BIB site has been updated, and following several years of ineptitude, initiated by a near fatal injury, I have regained enough mental organizational ability to undertake a few posts, aimed at promoting my products, while honoring those who have made them so great, and more importantly, to attempt dispelling some common myths and misconceptions regarding bullets and barrels.

We shall see if I am up to the task, as it will require getting a few pictures to show up here, along with the text . . . first, let’s see if I can even make this simple text appear! ๐Ÿ˜‰

That seems to have worked – let’s try a pic . . . will a BIB bullet kill game? How about this stone sheep, far northern BC, Canada, August, 2017: My pal, Chad, 488 yards, 6.5×284, 135Gr. BIB BT; “dead right there”. Thank you for your trust, Chad! ๐Ÿ™‚IMG_0616.JPG

Here’s what Chad did the previous fall, southern BC, Canada, bighorn sheep: same 6.5×284, BIB 135 Gr.ย  BT, again, DRT from 340 yards. Two rams – that’s a lot of trust – thank you, again, Chad! ๐Ÿ™‚IMG_0448.JPG

Since the cut & paste, and drag & drop both work perfectly, it’s time to move onto more technical stuff. ๐Ÿ˜‰