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Pretty, Pretty Quiet!

Almost a decade ago, I posted my original review of my springfield 1911.  Over the years, little mods have taken place, like different grips, a different magwell, etc.  The newest piece is a modification to the gun to enable an

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Ben Avery Review #3: Lotsa-shotguns edition

They say, “Variety is the spice of life.”  That’s almost the perfect description for my 3rd trip to the Ben Avery shooting facility during our annual spring break trip to Arizona. This year, Jimbo, Art, and I shot trap again,

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Happy 1911 Day!

On March 29, 1911 the army adopted the John Moses Browning designed M1911 pistol.  And today, 100 years later, the 1911 is still used by some of the special forces groups of the military and is still one of the

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Ben Avery Review #2: The Shotgunning Edition

Last year, Art took us to Ben Avery Shooting Facility to shoot some of his guns, and we had a grand old time. In what has become an annual tradition, we went again this year during spring training. But this

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Random Review: Pistol League @ SSNW

I’ve been going to a pistol league at Shooting Sports Northwest for a few weeks now.  I’ve never competed in any gun related things before, so this is a first for me. There are 3 events every week, and you

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Random Review: Ben Avery Shooting Facility

While in Arizona for spring training, my step-dad Art took my brother and me to the Ben Avery Shooting Facility outside of Phoenix. Here’s the panorama view from where we were sitting. I should have gotten a couple more shots

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Spike’s Tactical AR-22: one year later.

I’ve now had my Spike’s Tactical AR-22 for more than a year. Its now on a different lower than it originally was, has some different accessories, and has lots of ammo through it! Go to the original review. In 2009,

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Random Review: A piece of history

I recently received this amazing piece of WWII era history through the Civilian Marksmanship Program: A Springfield Armory M1 .30 Caliber Rifle, commonly called an M1 Garand. The serial number is in the 278xxxx range, which, according to Fulton Armory

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Now I want an ACOG even more!

Coded references to New Testament Bible passages about Jesus Christ are inscribed on high-powered rifle sights provided to the United States military by a Michigan company, an ABC News investigation has found. — From I love how all of

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A small wood finishing project.

Before i get to the wood part of the project, can you identify the object the wood goes with? If you’ve never seen one stripped down, you might not recognize it. Here’s a better “pre” picture that will make everything

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