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Well, deer season is upon us and like many other hunters we buy some new hunting gear, set up our blinds, put out a feed plot, and most importantly we head out to the range to ensure our rifles are … Continue reading
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So, I’m a little pumped about being able to reload my own .410 shot-shells without a shot-shell reloading press so I head out to the not-so-local skeet range to do some hull scavenging. I get there a day after a … Continue reading
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As Christmas sneaks up just a couple months away I’ve considered buying my 8 year old son a youth shotgun as his first firearm. I like the 20 gauge due to its capabilities and versatility; however I also like the … Continue reading
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If you are a bullet caster then you likely are aware that one of the more precious bullet lube ingredients is beeswax. Beeswax has been an ingredient for bullet lubes for centuries. Its purpose is to help prevent leading of … Continue reading
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Nothing helps an old chick’s beauty more than a day at the parlor. Fixing the hair, manicure, and of course painting up the face to cover the wrinkles, cracks and blemishes. Likewise, the same can be said for an old … Continue reading
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Reloading for this unique and complicated seven-shot revolver is simple using commercial once-fired brass, it’s more accurate and much cheaper than buying commercial ammo. The Nagant Revolver, designed in 1886 by Emile & Léon Nagant (production began 1895) is unique … Continue reading
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If you own a Swiss Vetterli than you’ve most certainly discovered the unique rimfire cartridge it was designed to fire – and it’s been obsolete since around 1942. That is unless you either purchase from a vendor converted .348 Winchester … Continue reading