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  1. General Firearms Discussion
    I think they were trying to tell me something
  2. Handguns
    I don't always agree with what Jim Wilson says, but I always like to read what he says. He usually has some good points. In this case, I agree with him. Shooting to Stop: Caliber Considerations for Self-Defense
  3. Gunsmithing
    You never know till you try. The laser would come on for a couple seconds, then it would not work till you let it sit for a while. Well I was in my recliner around 11pm last night, I got the box that the gun came in, got the directions on the laser and took it off the gun. I first thought that...
  4. General Firearms Discussion
    Interesting info! Lucky Gunner Ammo Published on Apr 11, 2019
  5. General Firearms Discussion
    If you had to pick a small caliber handgun, anything between .22lr and 9mm, what would it be? Had to be something that would be super easy to conceal in, let’s say, a coat pocket or inside a waistband. I think I’d pick a PPK in .32acp. What about you?
  6. General Firearms Discussion
    I heard today about a genteman in the north part of the state who is building nice air rifles. Fella said he visited the gentleman's shop and took one for a test ride. Apparently he's getting 800 fps with a 300 grain .45 projectile. From what I understand he offers several calibers as well. Any...
  7. AR's, AK's, Silencers /Class III
    Never been much of an AR fan, but maybe a 6.5 Grendel will cure that. Hopefully it will be accurate enough to justify keeping it around for deer hunting.
  8. Reloading/Ammunition
    I decided to load up a few 240 grain JHP in .44 Special to carry in the Charter Arms Bulldog. I just noticed this in my Speer #10 Reloading manual. I guess I'm just noticing it, because I've never loaded JHPs in .44 Special, and always used Blue Dot for JHP's in .44 Mag. Notice for .44...
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