Articles from mr_flintstone

  1. My Foray Into .32 H&R

    My Foray Into .32 H&R by "Mr_Flintstone" Let me start by stating that this article is not a review, per se, of any particular firearm or particular brand of ammunition. It is simply an expression of my experiences with finding, purchasing, and using a .32 H&R magnum firearm. Every so often I have the urge to buy a new type or caliber of gun; and a while back I caught the .32 H&R Magnum bug. The more I read about it, the more interested I became in this little cartridge. Advertised as...
  2. A Review of the TriStar C-100

    A Review of the TriStar C-100 by Flintstone A 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 of the CZ 75 compact made in Turkey by Canik. It seemed fairly well rated online, and it was only $340. I thought, "Oh well, I can shoot it a while, and if I don't like it, I can always sell it and buy a CZ later." That was two years and several hundred rounds ago, and I...
  3. 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 Carbine by mr_flintstone A while back I really, really, really wanted an M1 carbine. I flip-flopped back and forth between wanting to buy a surplus GI carbine and an Auto-Ordnance carbine. I also toyed with the idea of an Inland M1 carbine, but they were fairly new on the market, and while they looked more authentic, they had receivers made by Auto-Ordnance and cost more than the Auto-Ordnance; and...
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