This happens in cycles.
Moral of the story, if you are an avid and frequent shooter, always keep a THREE-YEAR supply of powder, primer and...
By the time you achieve significant recoil reduction, you pressures will be low enough that you won't get good neck-seal during firing. This can...
Its fun to "build" stuff.
Buying EVERYTHING from the company store is depressing.
If Century assembled it, the iron sights are probably badly mis-regulated (not adjustable in any meaningful way either). The only way to correct...
Depends on whether you are capable of writing a good ad with good pics, and are willing to sell it online.
Local sale at the gun store, expect to...
I shoot the lint out of my G22 and M9 once a year.
If I remember, I clean them after the range trip.
It won't hurt them if you clean them ony...
I there were even ONE example of a handgun being damaged by using magnum primers instead of standard primers, we would be hearing about it on the...
A locking block is an inexpensive and lightweight part, and which is easy to install.
Worthwhile to keep a spare in your bag of Beretta mags.
MSRP over $500!???
Are they out of their mind?
I am cautiously pleased to hear this. The chatter about these offshore rifles has been around for a long time. I won't believe it until the rifles...
If you are an active competitor, you will do just fine if you keep three years worth of components (that you actually use) on hand.
That will be...
Smith and Wesson I bought at Potomac Arms in Alexandria VA in the 90's. I added the Choate mag extension.
Sold recently for a...
Two jugs TAC (16 pounds) runs at $363 shipped.
At 24.0 grains per round, that's enough powder to load 4,666 rounds.
Thats $0.077 per powder...
If you have an address suitable for receiving gunpowder deliveries, TAC is in stock at Natchez.
I've had good results with TAC and 8208.
Urban police department I worked for had a bunch of these (shiny Wingmaster forend and all) in 80's. I have no idea whether the stocks were...
That you will spend time with and master.
Beware the man who owns only one weapon.
He probably knows how to use it.
I've always heard it called "candy-striping."
Underlying premise is the "magic bullet."
I believe in marksmanship and mindset.
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