Industry friends Iron Hammer Armory (yes the same one doing my Izhmash AK-74 work) has just announced their first ever “CIRCLE THE WAGONS” weekend training event the weekend of October 19-20 2013 in Byers, Colorado. That’s right, our own back yard! This event will consist of 20+ different training options [...]Continue Reading →
Lever action guns have a major cool factor. They are fun to shoot, conjure up images and imagination of the Wild West and convey a strong mix of speed, accuracy and round capacity. Henry Repeating Arms lever rifles more specifically even market the phrase “Load it on Sunday and shoot all week!” as [...]Continue Reading →
Hogue grips have never appealed to me. I don’t have anything against them or their concept, but my primary exposure has been in the handgun realm and the thought of catching a shirt tail or having trouble drawing due to garments snagging on the über-tacky grip is a turn off. On top of that the [...]Continue Reading →
Part of the trouble with all of the shooting I do these days is the microscope. Rather than JUST going out shooting, plinking, hunting, punching paper, training with drills, making bets on the best shot and teaching another shooters the game, my truck is filled with all of the extra gear that allows Haus of [...]Continue Reading →
This includes what lies around and behind your target.
I had a young shooting friend pull me aside on Sunday morning to tell a story that will make the hair on the back of your neck stand up.Continue Reading →
A few weeks ago we received horrific news that a 5 year old boy had accidentally killed his 2 year old baby sister when he shot her in the chest with his .22 Rimfire Crickett youth rifle. Awful. I hate even thinking about it again.
Now a couple of things need to be made clear [...]Continue Reading →
A gunsmith buddy (find him on the interwebs, Instagram to be more specific) of Britt Firearms in New York State recently shared a video he put together to help beginners with an introduction to revolver shooting and/or novices improve their current skills.
Using his Smith & Wesson model 19 in .357 Magnum, [...]Continue Reading →