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It was a few months ago I received the CZ Redhead Premier Target to try out. Full discloser, I do ...
Last year, Chad and I spent the day at the Gunsite Academy where the Colt Media day was held ...
The Dan Wesson Specialist, a culmination of mission-specific features applied to the tried and true 1911 platform. For some reason, ...
Back in 2016, I reviewed the Gilboa M43 rifle from Silver Shadow; you can read that review by following this ...
It was not that long ago I published an article talking about breaking in a rifle barrel, specifically a ...
(Author’s note: Sometime ago Hunter Elliott asked me to contribute some hunting content to Rangehot.com. I fully admit that I failed him miserably on this. In my defense part of it may be that I didn’t know exactly what kind hunting content his readers at Rangehot would most like to see…..Hunter has told me repeatedly to […]
My names Zack and I’m a rimfire-aholic… (crowd response Hi Zack) Ever since doing an article awhile ago on rimfire suppressors I’ve purchased many rimfire guns. I just love how cheap it is (relatively) to shoot and how accurate they’ve gotten. My rimfire journey eventually brought me back to the bolt action rifle. I’ve owned […]
There are times where I get a product in for review and after using it a few times I wonder how I made it so long without. The Fix It Stick All In One Kit (Amazon) (Brownells) is one of those products. I’ve used a Wheeler FAT wrench (Amazon) (Brownells) for many years and it […]
It was a couple of months ago I received the Uni-Comp by Tyrant Designs for review. The Uni-Comp is a 5/8″x24 thread universal compensate for 9mm pistols with a 5/8″x24 threaded barrel. It is a two-piece design that attaches to the threaded barrel without modifying your pistol. In the box comes the two-piece Uni-Comp, wrench […]
First Impressions It was a couple of months ago I received the Ruger SP 101, Wiley Clapp, by TALO for review. I had an idea what to expect as I have had a Ruger SP 101 for about 20 years now, shot it some, and carried it often. As with all TALO editions, there are upgrades. […]
From Guns and Cornbread Yep, it’s true Remington has a new Model 870 shotgun, the 870 so many of us grew up with and hunted with for years. It really doesn’t seem that long I had one shotgun, one like Uno, only one. It wasn’t a big deal at the time; I didn’t seem to […]
One aspect of buying a brand new match grade rifle is correctly breaking in the barrel. When rifling is cut at the factory, there are very minor and microscopic flaws that are left behind by the cutting tools. This is a common occurrence and is easily mitigated by breaking in the barrel when brand new. […]
It was close to the end of last year when I reviewed the CZ SP 01 Tactical. You can read that review by following this link. I was thoroughly satisfied with that pistol, other than the lack of a threaded barrel, and bought the test sample from CZ. I ran the gun for a while […]
Article from Guns and Cornbread. Studying the clouds in my coffee this morning it occurred to me that time is a funny thing. Now I know most of you already know that mainly those over the half-century mark. It would seem we go about our everyday routine, and one day we lift our head off […]
Below are the videos from the 2020 SHOT show. I will be adding more videos as I finish editing them over the next several days. Dan Wesson Hi-Point Colt Remington/Marlin/AAC Guns and Cornbread at CZ Silver Shadow’s Gilboa Snake. Ruger MDT rifle chassis Guns and Cornbread talks to Remington about the .410 870 Hardy Rifle