I really hate when personal issues interfere with writing. Unfortunately, that has been happening for a while with me. Not just in the "I can't write because I'm depressed" sense that led to the sorta-hiatus, but because the overall stress of the past year and a half led to me writing myself into a corner. I sacrificed plot and pacing for writing events, and that's not something that I should've allowed myself to do. So during the remainder of my (kinda) hiatus, I'll be taking down a number of chapters.
Don't worry. Nothing significant is being erased, and these chapters will remain canon. It's just that there will be new writing and events in between them so that the pacing isn't as erratic. The chapters themselves may change a bit, but only in the pacing department and not content. So if you're willing to chug along afterward, there will be no real reason to reread them.
I've been considering this for a while, but only recently decided it's for the best. I'm not entirely sure how long this will take, so bear with me for the time being. And yes, the minor edits to old chapters will also continue, but they're mostly cosmetic and won't introduce much (if any) new material.
Now that said, I've recently done a massive overhaul on The Crimson Hawk. Originally it was based off the Tanfoglio T95, then later became a CZ-75/M1911 Hybrid. It is now based almost entirely off the M1911, particularly the Nighthawk Custom 10mm Longslide and the Springfield Armory V16. The compensator, while cool, has been removed in favor of a ported barrel, and it's capacity has been reduced to 10 rounds. No other firearms have been changed, and the Black Falcon will remain a CZ75/M1911 hybrid.
I mean, doesn't this look a million times better? And who can argue with the old 1911 design?