Category Archives: Montana Musings

The Super .38


One Of Our Oldest Self-Loading Cartridges Still Offers Great Performance By Mike “Duke” Venturino Photos: Yvonne Venturino As a general

Good Books


A Thought Provoking Topic By Mike “Duke” Venturino Back in the winter of 2015/2016, I was laid up with a

Missing In Action


When USFA Discontinued Historic Classics, We Lost Something Special. By Mike “Duke” Venturino During my college years I managed to

Chilean Mausers


These Affordable 7×57 Bolt Actions Offer Quality Craftsmanship And Are Still Affordable For The Beginning Collector. Mike “Duke” Venturino Photos:

A Tale of Two .44’s


Duke Has Long Studied The “Classics”—S&W’s Special And Winchester’s WCF. Mike “Duke” Venturino Photos: Yvonne Venturino Like so many of

My Most Unique Gun


After Some Soul Searching It Turns Out To Be One Not Replicated And Very Difficult To Replace. By Mike “Duke”

A New Venue


Utah Hosts A BPCR Match At The City Of Perry’s Beautiful Three Mile Creek Shooting Facility By Mike “Duke” Venturino

Comfortable Carry


Thinking About The Decision Of What To Carry And How. By Mike “Duke” Venturino Photos By Yvonne Venturino As a

I Like Reloading


Why? It Can Expand Your Shooting Experiences Into Unexplored Realms. By Mike Venturino Photos By Yvonne Venturino Forty-nine years ago

Separated At Birth?


The Surprising Similarities Between The .38 WCF And .40 S&W. By Mike Venturino Photos By Yvonne Venturino Why would I