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Taylor & Company...

When I first saw the Taylor’s & Company’s snub-nosed, cap & ball 1858 Remington with a conversion cylinder to shoot .45 Colt, it instantly struck me as...
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Black Powder Sixguns

Looking for the best load for percussion sixguns is not all that different from cartridge-firing sixguns in the endless possibility of choices
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Ruger BirdShead...

The .22 LR Ruger Wrangler has been around a couple of years now and is a favorite among all kinds of shooters.
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Tank’s Five...

Of all the cartridges I load, the .45 Colt is my favorite. Sure, there are better cartridges for certain applications, but no other cartridge stands-in and...
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Was President...

Harry S Truman was president of the United States when I was born — and, yes, I am old. Reading history left me with a lot of respect for the man.
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Compromise Part...

On the Fourth of July in 1925 a young cowboy decided to celebrate by firing his Colt .45 Single Action.
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Rifles

Back To The Future

The last time-travel event was in June 2022. I had just picked up another Ruger 10/22, this one a carbine with plastic stock and stainless steel barrel.
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The .35 Remington

In the early 20th century, the powers at Remington were looking forward. They viewed the levergun — the king of rifles at the time — as somewhat...
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Don't Fall...

The recent gun and accessory shortages have created the perfect environment for those seeking to part us from our hard-earned money. We are desperate to...
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Man holding the Ruger LC Carbine
The Ruger LC...

Just announced today, Nic Lenze gives a quick rundown of the brand new Ruger LC Carbine, a 16.25" barreled 5.7x28mm rifle that uses the same grip and fire...
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‘What’s your...

Friends and relatives sometimes ask for advice on cartridge choice for big game hunting and they seem surprised I don’t have any particular favorites.
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mossberg mvp patrol
Mossberg MVP...

The .300 Blackout cartridge is still a controversial one. If you put it in a bolt-action, some heads might explode. That's exactly what Mossberg did with...
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Shotguns

Henry Lever Action Axe
The Henry Lever...

This week, our First Look focuses on the Henry Lever Action Axe in .410. Regardless of its short overall length, the Axe is only considered a firearm, which...
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Don't Fall...

The recent gun and accessory shortages have created the perfect environment for those seeking to part us from our hard-earned money. We are desperate to...
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Side-by-Side...

Ask a shotgunner if they like side-by-sides and the answer is usually “of course, who doesn’t?” Side-by-sides are sleek and sexy, they’re...
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Win The battle...

Wild birds live in rugged areas and we go there for lots of flushes or knots of geese double-clucking their way into a field.
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Staggered Shells

I sort of miss the old Poly-Chokes E.F. White developed in Hartford, Conn. in the 1920s. Poly-Chokes were a practical, dial-and-go way for shotgunners to...
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The Evolving...

Remington has been turning heads in the semi-auto shotgun world ever since 1963 when it introduced the shotgun designed “to make any shooter a better...
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