ROBERT YOUNG PELTON

Recoil - - A Life Of Wander & Wonder -

BORN:

1955 in Ed­mon­ton, Al­berta, Canada

CIT­I­ZEN­SHIP:

U.S.

FAM­ILY:

Mar­ried, twin daugh­ters

ED­U­CA­TION:

High school grad­u­ate

JOB TI­TLE:

None

IF YOU HAD A TAT­TOO, WHAT’D IT BE:

Prison tat of Je­sus or Elvis. No­body likes a cool tat­too; a bad tat­too usu­ally has a much bet­ter story be­hind it.

LAST READ BOOK:

CIA: Manual for Psy­cho­log­i­cal Op­er­a­tions In Guer­rilla War­fare by Duane Rams­dell “Dewey” Clar­ridge

SUG­GESTED READS:

Scout­ing on Two Con­ti­nents, Fred­er­ick Russell

Burn­ham and Deep Wa­ters, James Raf­fan

FA­VORITE FILM:

Moun­tains of the Moon

WHAT DID YOUR FIFTH GRADE TEACHER SAY ABOUT YOU:

I got kicked out of school in se­cond grade, so I didn’t go to grade five. But my se­cond grade teacher said, in tears, ‘I don’t know what to do about Robert.’

FA­VORITE PLACE TO EAT:

On a moun­tain as the sun comes up.

FA­VORITE FIREARM:

Colt Python with an 8-inch bar­rel. I like high­pow­ered hand­guns, be­cause they make big holes.

AR OR AK?

ARs are too com­plex and the squir­rel gun cal­iber doesn’t do it for me.

FA­VORITE VE­HI­CLE:

Se­ries II Land Rover

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