Well, maybe SkirmishNotes is coming back!

I’m about 80% decided to re-use this site for my latest project, and I think everyone, skirmishers, Civil War buffs, gamers, maybe even reenactors will be able to enjoy what I’m doing now…

Well, instead of me telling you, why don’t I show you!

I’ve had a good response over the last 24 hours, and in addition to the gaming I plan to include other topical videos and reports to my podcast!

Leave a comment if you like what I’ve done!



This is what it comes down to………..

I guess this has been a long time coming… I haven’t made a serious post on SkirmishNotes in nearly a year, and prior to that I was MIA on many of my planned weekly posts… The last year has been good to me! Have I been busy? Yes, quite! Having a 9 to 5 job, […]

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Merry Christmas, See You in 2013!

Our team commander accidentally shot a reindeer While firing at a clay board Christmas eve. You can say there’s no such thing as Santa, But as for me and the team, we believe. He’d been drinkin’ too much egg nog, And we’d begged him to go back to his tent. But he’d loaded his ammunition, […]

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VMI vs. Virginia Tech Musket Match Demonstration

Virginia Military Institute and Virginia Tech rifle teams competed against each other in a musket demonstration match at the North-South Skirmish Association’s 126th National Skirmish. VT emerged victorious by the closest of margins.

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Last Man Standing…. Epic Event, 125th National Skirmish

On Friday, May 18th, at the 125th National Skirmish, a new special event was unveiled in our continuing celebration of the Civil War Sesquicentennial. It was called Last Man Standing. Consisting of 13 competitors, each from one of our respective regions in the N-SSA, this event was a true marksman’s match. Targets would be clays […]

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Rants and Raves at the 125th

This past weekend I enjoyed participating in the National Skirmish at Fort Shenandoah. For much of the weekend my wife and two boys, aged 3 and 5, followed me all over the range. We had a great time at the Fort, as we usually do, here are a few things we loved, and a few […]

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Night Artillery Match at the 125th National Skirmish

On Saturday Evening, May 19th, 2012, the North-South Skirmish Association held a Night-time Cannon Match. A selection of 15 guns blasted away in the darkness, the bright orange flashes silhouetting gun crew hard at work. Targets were 2 Gallon Milk Jugs and a Bullseye Target. A special patch commemorating the event was distributed to all […]

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