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It was a few months and some 250 rounds ago I was introduced to the Colt King Cobra Target First ...
It was about two months ago when I got the 444 Marlin chambered in the 444 Marlin, which I have ...
It was about three months ago I received a CZ 75 SP 01 Tactical for review, and with almost 500 ...
I took my time with the Dan Wesson Kodiak, review with myself and many friends taking just over three months ...
It was several months I began testing the Dan Wesson ECP. My test sample was in 9mm Luger but it ...
Edit, I misspoke. While you can still purchase a machine gun it had to be registered before May 19th, 1986 according to the NFA of 1934 and falls under all the NFA laws. That is the risk when doing a video unscripted I got my dates wrong. I touched on a few points in this […]
If you are anything like me, you likely have a gun in your safe that you loved at one time, but for whatever reason, you don’t shoot much anymore. It could be because it’s a little out of date, your tastes have changed, or it has a limiting factor. For me, that gun was a […]
First Impressions A new rendition of the Charter Arms Mag Pug with a three-inch barrel, adjustable rear sight, and a high polished stainless finish is available for about $400 street price. While the .357 Magnum was a little stout in this small revolver the over-molded rubber stocks with finger grooves help tame that recoil a […]
Today, I’m going to show you 3 EASY steps to clean your Rifles Scope lenses. If you want to eliminate: Fingerprint smudges. Specks of mud. Dust prints. Pollen. Then you’ll love the 3 actionable tips in this guide. Let’s get to it… Why Should I Clean My Scope’s Lens? Because it’s a problem. (Or at […]
There seems to be a misunderstanding of the similarities and the differences between these two basic designs. so I thought I might be able to clear up some of it. First, let’s look at what recoil is and where it comes from…what causes recoil. Recoil is the reaction side of an action-reaction event. Newton’s 3rd […]
It was a couple of months ago I received the OSS Suppressors RAD 22 for review. Through that time we managed to get between 500 and 600 rounds of .22 LR and .22 WMR. OSS Suppressors are known for their flow through technology, but the RAD 22 is a little different. While it uses […]
I recently submitted an article to Athlon Outdoors covering a bunch of Ruger 10/22 and Charger builds, mainly use PMACA Mfg chassis systems. In all I ended up with six complete builds, ranging from a 4.5″ Charger build all the way to a 18″ bull barrel 10/22 build. See the group shot below. The great […]
The next critical dimension is the cartridge OAL itself. Too short or too long and you’ll have problems. The issues that so many people ascribed to the 1911’s failure to feed hollowpoints came from the old Speer 200 grain JHP “Flying ashtray” in the 80s…but it wasn’t the size of the cavity that caused the […]
During the process of writing a recent Athlon Outdoors article about 10/22’s and building your own I acquired a gaggle of parts. I built 6 great setups as seen in the group shot above. I liked them but I always had a nagging feeling that I was getting the optimal ergonomics when using a high […]
It was a few months ago I began my review of the Marlin 1895 Trapper in .45-70. First Impressions High rise black front sight with a white highlight. This adds a bit of contrast for quick sight acquisition. Adjustable from windage and elevation the rear Skinner rear sight, standard cross bolt safety, and spur […]