In just a few short years, the Mossberg Firearm Company will be celebrating 100 years as one of this country’s top firearm manufactures. Wilhelmina and I plan to return to the fields of South Dakota to celebrate and to prove she has indeed taught me a few things over the years.
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2012 is mostly in the rearview window now, and some guns I’ve handled and shot in the past year have come and gone without making a ripple in my consciousness. But others made a big impact, and now I want them. So for 2013, I may slake this gun-buying thirst with a handful of interesting rifles, pistols, and shotguns that I knew only too briefly this year, and whose absence I now regret.
Everybody likes lists — such as this compilation of the top-10 list-type articles in The Shooter’s Log. These stories put specs, buyer’s guides, and other handy bite-sized bits of advice into easy-to-navigate items.
Through wars on foreign soil and wars at home with self-righteous politicians the Smith & Wesson has remained, survived and now thrives.
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I just opened the box on this Suomi KP-31 parts kit. I breathed in the essence of Cosmoline, instantly taken back to my days of cleaning friend’s SKSs and Mosins. Someone should make a cosmoline-scented candle, you know for the guys. What I found inside was not any great surprise. This is a parts kit.