Archives for November, 2019
I just want my customers to be happy, and come back again and again years later for more work, THAT is the core of my working principals. – TJ Custom Gun Works
Posted in Media Releases Tagged with: Sig Sauer, TJ Custom Gun Works
Precision Rifle Series Competition is a competitive long range shooting that derives from Practical Shooting, usually consists of several courses of fire.
Posted in Long Range Tagged with: 3 Gun Nation, Benchmark Barrels, Bushnell, Chris Reid, CORE Training Center, Defensive Edge, Euro Optics LTD, GA Precision, JC Targets, Jim See, JP Rifles, Michael Cage Photography, NRA, Precision Rifle Series, Robin Taylor, Ryan Kerr, Surgeon Rifles, Vortex Optics
With mentors lacking, duck- and goose-hunting newbies are turning to video-posting educator-entertainers, but are there limitations to what you can learn?
Posted in Hunting Tagged with: Waterfowling, Youtube
It is ironic that a country built on a tradition of rifle marksmanship took nearly 200 years to formally embrace the Sniper.
Posted in History Tagged with: Sniper History, Snipers
The shotgun has the initials A.H. engraved on its side. After the Nazis surrendered, the gun was taken from Hitler’s Bavarian retreat, known as the Berghof.
Posted in History Tagged with: 101st Airborne, 15450, 1931, 1st Lieutenant Robert J. Lucas, A.H., Adolf Hitler, Berchtesgaden, Drilling, H.G., Heinrich Krieghoff, Hermann Göring, Kreighoff, Netpune, Paul von Hindenberg, Randall Gibson, Rudolf Hess, Shotgun, The Kreighoff Parabellum, US Army’s 506th Parachute Regiment
The Mauser 98K fulﬁlled its purpose during WWII, respected by gun enthusiasts around the world has served as a stable platform for the modern riﬂes.
Posted in History Tagged with: Alex Kincaid, K98k, karabiner, mauser, Mauser Karabiner 98 kurz, MG 34, Rifle, WWII
Desperate times calls for desperate measures, when its the final option. High risk commandos and warriors were conceived with best laid plans to execute.
Posted in History Tagged with: Commandos