With data for modern cartridges, old favorites and obscure wildcats, the Western Powders Handloading Guide picks up where the well-loved
One big popular rifle among cowboys and hunters is the Henry Repeating in 44 magnum. So why is it that its such an awesome rifle?
Here’s some reason why
Muzzleloaders have come along way and there has been enormous improvements in muzzleloading technology. Traditionally, able to take down target at 50-75 yards, current muzzleloaders can reach out at longer ranges.
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Some firearms live off of their reputations that outweigh their actual performance in the real world. See some of these overrated hunting guns.
This select elite group of men armed with Whitworth rifles were referred to as Whitworth Sharpshooters, thus were born the first modern sniper units.
The M1A chambered for .308 Winchester is a combination that was highly favored, but Springfield Armory now offers you the M1A 6.5 Creedmoor version.
Johnny Muller, of Kansas City, built an AR-10, by piecing together components and a little instruction from his military buddy.
Here’s an inside animation that highlights the loading, firing & reloading sequence which gives you a different perspective on how a lever action gun works.
See the inside animation of how a Mauser 98K works and appreciate the simple bolt action design that had transcended from the battlefield to the hunting world.
The double-barreled AR-15 “Snake” extreme design lies in the challenge that the Israeli tactical team had faced while encountered in their missions.
The following hunting rifles are no longer in production yet still find their way to the the hands of hunters who still value its power & reliability.
In the world of gun innovation almost anything is possible. For instances, this guy made a barrel out of a Rebar, He constructed the barrel to fit a .22.
It’s hard to tell how much quieter this Suppressor is. But the fact that Eric fired this 50 caliber twice indoor without hearing protection says a lot!
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