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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Review of the Recover Tactical 1911 Grip & Rail System
Review of the Recover Tactical 1911 Grip & Rail System
Review of the Recover Tactical 1911 Grip & Rail Systemby ichthyoI saw an advertisement for Recover Tactical's grip and rail system on the Internet and thought it might be a good option for my "railless" GI, ...
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Product Review - UTG Shooter
Product Review - UTG Shooter's SWAT Bipod
Product Review - UTG Shooter's SWAT Bipodby tallbumpI got this UTG Bi-Pod with a gift card I got for Christmas. =TL-BP28S&status=It has dual mounting systems, either Picatinny mount or a swivel stud mount with a suppl ...
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A Review of the TriStar C-100
A Review of the TriStar C-100
A Review of the TriStar C-100by FlintstoneA while back I was looking at 9mm CZ-75 compacts, but at over $500, the price was a little prohibitive. Looking at similar guns and clones, I found the TriStar 9mm C-100; a clone ...
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Auto Ordnance M1 Carbines: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Auto Ordnance M1 Carbines: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Auto Ordnance M1 Carbines: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: A Review of the Auto-Ordnance M1 Carbineby mr_flintstoneA while back I really, really, really wanted an M1 carbine. I flip-flopped back and forth between wantin ...
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The SAR k2p -A Quality 9mm on a Budget
The SAR k2p -A Quality 9mm on a Budget
The SAR k2p -A Quality 9mm on a Budgetby "SavageGuy"(sho wn with after market grip sleeve)I'd like to take this time to share my experience thus far with the SAR k2p 9mm.I was on the hunt for a quality, full-siz ...
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New Optic Helps Old Eyes
New Optic Helps Old Eyes
New Optic Helps Old Eyesby "amannamedjed"A s a new rifle shooter, I have been struggling for some months to improve my shooting skills beyond what a brand new shooter could expect. It seemed that, no matter what ...
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The Ruger LCP II and a Comparison to the Taurus TCP
The Ruger LCP II and a Comparison to the Taurus TCP
Ruger LCP II Review: Random thoughts on the Ruger LCP II and a comparison to the Taurus TCP by Greg RitchieSeveral years back I felt the need to replace my Back Up Gun ("BUG"). It was a snubby revolver chambere ...
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Review - Remington R51
Review - Remington R51
In 1917, John Pedersen, a talented and now near legendary designer, developed the Model 51 for Remington. Chambered in .380ACP for the U.S. market and .32ACP for the European, Pedersen had to either use a simple blowback ...
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Thoughts on 6 Lee hand-loading systems
Thoughts on 6 Lee hand-loading systems
The Lee Classic Loaders: Add a non-marring hammer and components and you have all you need to load one caliber. Once upon a time they were available for shotshells, and a plethora of rifle and pistol calibers, now they ar ...
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