Category Archives: Montana Musings

Persnickety Pair


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

Bullet Basics


Defining The Myriad Uses, Shapes And Styles Of Projectiles. Last year I wrote a column titled, “They Aren’t Bullets” concerning

Keepers: Part 2


Part II: The handguns. A few months back I wrote this column about the two hunting rifles I will keep



Part I: Hunting Rifles. Just a few days ago I was listening to the song, “I’m a Keeper” by the

A Gun Powder Primer


There’s A Lot More To It Than You May Imagine. The politically caused shortages of all sorts of reloading components

World War Supply


What’s A Military Arm Without The Proper Accoutrements? Admittedly I’m a gun collector; the 70-plus World War II firearms in

Where The Bang Starts


A Primer On Primers. Primers are mysterious things which I fear we handloaders take for granted. Having virtually no intuitive