Also, there's the FBI's assertion that the mean average distance for self defense shootings is 7 yards.
No, you're thinking of the 21-Foot Rule which says that an attacker armed with a knife or blunt object is a threat if he's within 21 feet of...
That's only certain calibers like .45 ACP or 9x19 that are generally used in auto loaders. The rest are neck size only.
Hopefully someone will figure out how to drag Hollywood and the video game industry into the suit. They've done more to make firearms appeal to...
Looks somewhat like it may have gone in sideways, rather than upside down.
I've heard it's great for constipation, too. Guess that's why it comes with that little straw. :D
Which is ironic since it was originally developed as a CLP type product for the Imperial German Army!
Considering that it's made of mineral oil, isobutyl alcohol, and oleic acid, it might have cured it. But all you were really doing was spraying...
Or a panhead Harley....or a shovelhead Harley....or a Harley Evolution......etc., etc., etc.
That's one thing that always bothered me about WWII movies, the whole Wehrmacht always seemed to be carrying MP-40's.
I've had mine since 2000. Great shooting gun, eats brass and steel case like candy. It's a bit finicky when it comes to aluminum case, though.
Ballistol, like most older style gun oils (Remoil, Outer's, Hoppe's, etc.) is mostly mineral oil. OP may have better luck with synthetic based...
Same here. Also reproduction Colt and Remmington SAA cartridge pistols. They require an FFL transfer.
I was a Civil War reenactor and black powder enthusiast for many years. I've known plenty of people who owned (and shot) muzzle loading Enfield...
Same thing in the Coen brother's True Grit, when Ned Pepper signals Rooster Cogburn by drawing his Remington SAA, holding it up even with his head...
Oh, he knows what he's doing. He's just not really over the top most of the time.
Some times he does let go like this one starting @ 1:03:...
Explained (very sarcastically) here @ 6:06 in:
I don't know. I'd say shooting people has been pretty popular since guns were invented.
I've got a couple and they're actually pretty good stands. I'd price around though, usually you can find them for $100 or less if you look.
Yes, should have made that clear.
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