Old age, according to the picture of the announcement. No one younger to step up and take over? That’s the sad part.
It’s like judging strangers by their clothes; we do it, right or wrong.
Oh but they do.
Download a decibel measuring app to your phone and take the two guns to the range.
Place the phone in your shirt pocket and record five shots...
Plus, computers last slightly longer than ammo. I guess people replace a computer every 5 years? Ammo gets replaced every month? More or less.
They stay in business the same way a casino does - the house wins more often than the gamblers. :D
There’s more to it than that. If that’s all there was, no business would ever expand. Yet they do.
Demand for computers increased from about...
Filing the fiber optic site is a sub-optimal solution. :)
I've found the .32 Magnum Federal cases split more often than desirable; I'd agree they...
If you subtract the increases in material costs, the retail costs might be a tiny bit less, but I doubt it'd be much.
It's a little like building...
That’s what I was thinking, start easier and work up. My .22s only have open sights, so it’ll be tough.
Looks pretty challenging!
Increased production - if 1% of ammo is bad then a million extra rounds = 10,000 more bad rounds getting past QC.
I recently tried some Perfecta .38 FMJ that I’d bought a while ago, and had 3 or 4 failures to fire. I’ve read of others having the same problem...
That’s why suckerburg allows it.
That's what happened after the last ammo drought. Prices fell, but not as low as they were before.
I've always timed my range visits for when the least number of people are there (weekdays), and there seem to be fewer than ever. So I can't say...
I don’t mean the projectile, I mean the casing. If the casing hits the backstop, you got bigger problems.
Anyone know why some indoor ranges ban steel cased ammo? Is it just because they want to sell used brass?
True ‘70s would be avocado green and mustard yellow. :)
LOL, even cops admit they aren't "highly trained" shooters.
However, I do agree that this is probably true:
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