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Great piece on ‘Zero Tolerance’ policies over at: Classical Values :: Flying in the face of zero tolerance.
I am no fan of this sort of device. How long before someone is accidentally shot with the “wrong” load?
This thing is pretty cool. Watch this video:
Now I can shoot a .17 HMR without fear. I was thinking of building my own muzzle break, but the good people at Mossberg have answered my prayers.
A local college student killed one of two home invaders at a party in College Park. COLLEGE PARK, Ga. — A group of college students said they are lucky to be alive and they’re thanking the quick-thinking of one of … Continue reading
This auction on gunbroker.com is quite clever.
There are some really exceptional pieces for sale in the upcoming RIA auction. The auction has a little of everything, from items which will likely sell for a few hundred dollars to rare collectibles that will certainly command tens of … Continue reading
Ammo Engine is a web site that proviedes price comparison between various sources for ammunition.
It seems that the Defense Logistics Agency has sent out notices that spent brass “of all calibers, shapes and sizes” is to be mutilated prior to being sold for scrap. This means that it is not suitable for reloading. We … Continue reading