Accidental Discharge?
Accidental Discharge?
Rambling Thoughts on Rock Island Armory Firearms
Rambling Thoughts on Rock Island Armory Firearms
Rambling Thoughts on Rock Island Armory Firearmsby Greg Ritchie[Official RIA logo (tm)]I have always been a somewhat frugal person. Always tried to get the most for the least. A lot of my firearms have been milsurps [&quo ...
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The Virtues of a Single Stage Press
The Virtues of a Single Stage Press
The Virtues of a Single Stage Pressby Kirk LawsonSingle Stage hand-loading presses are often considered slow, inefficient, limited in scope of capabilities, and mostly the purview of those new to hand-loading who are unwi ...
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Rambling Thoughts on Inexpensive Reloading Equipment - Part Two
Rambling Thoughts on Inexpensive Reloading Equipment - Part Two
Rambling thoughts on inexpensive reloading equipment, part twoby Greg RitchieSo now you have been loading a while on your single stage press and decided you like the hobby. You have decided you need to increase your produ ...
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Rambling Thoughts on Inexpensive Reloading Equipment
Rambling Thoughts on Inexpensive Reloading Equipment
Rambling thoughts on inexpensive reloading equipmentby Greg RitchieYou think you want to get into reloading, but are not sure and don't want to spend a lot of cash just to see if you like the hobby. Maybe you just don't h ...
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Run & Gun for Exercise and Training, 1917 Style!
Run & Gun for Exercise and Training, 1917 Style!
Run & Gun for Exercise and Training, 1917 Style!by Kirk LawsonIn an earlier article, we looked at "Run & Gun" as a method of exercise. Well, it seems that we're a full century late to the game as illustr ...
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Random Thoughts in Defense of the .327 Federal Magnum
Random Thoughts in Defense of the .327 Federal Magnum
Random Thoughts in Defense of the .327 Federal Magnumby Greg RitchieThe 327 Federal Magnum. Like Rodney Dangerfield. It gets no respect. Something I have never understood. I don't think there is a better field cartridge f ...
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Random thoughts on Oak Level Knives
Random thoughts on Oak Level Knives
Random thoughts on Oak Level Knivesby Greg Ritchie What do you like in a knife Greg? Asked James, a new acquaintance of mine. "I don't know, not anything too big, 3 or 4 inch blade, drop point, but just a little, not ...
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Laser sights, circa 1915
Laser sights, circa 1915
Laser sights, circa 1915by Kirk LawsonLASER stands for "light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation." The first laser was built in 1960 by Theodore H. Maiman, not in 1915. The first commercial laser ...
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Product Review - Random thoughts on the Sig Sauer P938-22
Product Review - Random thoughts on the Sig Sauer P938-22
Product Review - Random thoughts on the Sig Sauer P938-22by Greg RitchieA year or so ago I decided I wanted a new 22 handgun. I researched several different models, narrowed my choices to three, and went to the local gun ...
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Your Second Carry Weapon
Your Second Carry Weapon
Your Second Carry Weaponby Kirk Lawson[The Two-Weapon Theory]The Japanese Samurai had a habit of carrying two weapons, formally; a pair of swords, both the short sword (wakizashi) and the long sword (katana). This pairing ...
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