I believe that among the most misunderstood aspects of choosing a firearm is choosing the barrel length best suited for…Read More >
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I have been loading the 9mm Luger for some time. I admit, my first efforts were nothing to brag about.…Read More >
The concept of the short barrel, big-bore revolver is as old as cartridge revolvers. The .44 Special Bulldog may be the best example yet.
One of the neatest and classiest rifles of all time is ignored by many shooters. When I fire the CZ…Read More >
I own a number of nice 1911-type handguns. Several are high-end custom handguns with super fitting; good, tight tolerances; a…Read More >
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Glock introduced two exciting, well designed, pistols at the 2019 Shooting Hunting Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show. Glock, as much or more than any manufacturer, understands how concealed carry is an important part of the market. The Glock 17, Glock 19 and other models are widely respected. In concealed carry, the search was on for a viable improvement over both the Glock 19 and the Glock 43—enter the Glock 43X.
Henry has supplied us with excellent quality .22 rifles at a fair price for some time. While Henry offers a diverse number of rifles, it is best known for lever action rifles. Henry offers distinctively-styled rifles in calibers from .22 to .45 Colt. Offerings include stainless steel, blue, case-hardened and brass-frame rifles. One of my favorites is a .30-30 version
Today, as during the Vietnam War, one simple fact remain true: Our firearms are obviously worthless without ammunition that works. I’m sure you’ve heard how many gun activists want to make ammo harder to come by and there is no question that depending on where you live, it’s becoming more difficult to walk into your sporting goods store to buy ammo. This has led to a continuing growing popularity of reloading your own ammo—but should you?