Category Archives: Montana Musings

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

Chicken Or Egg?

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

Prime Time

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

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

A Most Pressing Pastime

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

Mountain Mausers

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