Category Archives: Montana Musings

I Like Reloading

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

Separated At Birth?

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

Chicken Or Egg?

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The .45-70 Was The Basis For Many Other Cartridges—Or Was It? By Mike Venturino Photos: Yvonne Venturino It would be

Prime Time

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America’s 50-year Ammo Upheaval. By Mike “Duke” Venturino Photos By Yvonne Venturino Recently when signing one of my books for

My Favorite Places

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Not Surprisingly, They All Have Something To Do With Shooting. By Mike “Duke” Venturino Photos By Yvonne Venturino Coming from

A Most Pressing Pastime

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p st Handloading As A HIGH-VOLUME Hobby. By Mike “Duke” Venturino Photos By Yvonne Venturino

Mountain Mausers

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The G33/40 Was Intended For Specialized Troops And Is One Of The More Rare Variants Today. I’ve become besotted with

Persnickety Pair

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Mastering World War II Japanese sniper rifles can be a frustrating undertaking. Regular readers of mine know I’ve been fixated