I love guns. I believe the past 16 months of gun reviews have demonstrated this without prejudice. I also love other toys… knives, backpacks, hatchets, and ESPECIALLY flashlights. Last fall we had the privilege of doing a full flashlight review for FenixOutfitters.com on their brand [...]Continue Reading →
A few weeks ago via our Facebook Page I announced in an elated fashion that my dad had just passed on his grandfather’s old squirrel rifle to me. It’s nothing flashy, in fact it’s anything but fancy or refined. The gun was made somewhere between 1934 and 1939 and thus qualifies it as a depression [...]Continue Reading →
With several rimfire related reviews coming up in the near weeks, I thought I’d throw out a few thoughts about the fast dying art of “PLINKING.” The word “plinking” is often (or WAS often) used in shooting circles to describe a practice most often done with rimfire guns. When I was growing up with a [...]Continue Reading →
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When I was a young buck I expressed an interest in shooting from early on. I loved watching the Lone Ranger (or the “Long Ranger” as I called him back then) every single morning with my [...]Continue Reading →
We’ve been waiting on baited breath to receive an all new Heizer DoubleTap for review so we could clean up some of the question marks and hopefully help the gun live up to its hype. Well today we got word that Heizer finally has all of their unique parts in order and extensive production runs [...]Continue Reading →
I’m not going to show you how to take the Thompson Center Dimension apart and reassemble it with a new barrel, magazine and bolt because there’s already loads of those videos out there. I won’t walk through the specs one at a time because those are things you can find on the Thompson [...]Continue Reading →
I don’t do a whole lot of sharing, but this blew my mind. Found on Guns & Ammo online today, these fellas are ROUTINELY dialing in shots with their Savage 110 BA (2 guesses what “BA” stands for) in .338 Lapua Magnum from 1 mile away. That’s 1760 yards. I’ve personally never shot beyond 600 [...]Continue Reading →