I have used hunting weapons for the whole of my adult life, but I have been very interested in one particular field of weaponry, "Fighter planes", this has come about since I was a young lad in the 1940s and saw "Spitfires" on their way to battle with the enemy or for training purposes. Then in the early 1950s I watched the "Mosquito's" flying low at a fast speed over our house on their way from Glasgow to London, they were dilivering the mail. The next aircraft of note was the "Gloster Meteor", This was the UKs first jet fighter. Since then I have followed the history of the fighter plane to the present day. Spencer I. Mather.
"You progress not through improving what has been done, but reaching toward what has yet to be done." -- Kahlil Gibran