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If you haven't entered the Yours and Mine Giveaway yet, now is the time to do it! What do you stand to win? Over $10,000 in guns and gear!
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Things have changed at Winchester since the mid-19th century, the New Haven, Connecticut plant is no more, and ownership of the company has changed as well. One thing has remained though: Winchester rifles are synonymous with reliability. There have been many different models, and many variations on a particular model. Herein, I'm tackling the Winchester XPR rifle, a modern bolt-action designed to handle it all, at a price that won’t see you sleeping on the couch.
The post A Sub-MOA Winchester for $550? The XPR Bolt-Action – Full Review. appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Watch as Raniero Testa beats his own record! He shoots 13 clay targets in 1.6 seconds before they touch the ground with the new Winchester SX4 autoloading shotgun.
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“The talent and reach of this Council will get even more Americans thinking, talking, and taking action, all toward our shared goal – saving lives from gun violence," said Feinblatt.
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A University of Kansas professor resigned earlier this month ostensibly due to fear of the state’s new campus carry law, which is set to take effect at public universities on July 1.
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It is sometimes said that “timing is everything” and, in this instance, that proved to be true for the United States military. As events transpired, there was a source for manufacturing modern military service rifles that could go into production in a relatively short period of time. This fortuitous happenstance was due to the fact that when the United States declared war, three American plants were completing production of the “Pattern 1914” rifle under contract for the government of Great Britain. That would lead to what we now know as the Model 1917 rifle.
The post MilSurp: An American Enfield – The History of the .30-06 Model 1917 appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Crimping gets a bad rap. Just as we sometimes tend to fix construction mistakes with a hammer rather than taking the time to properly fit parts, we tend to view crimping as a way to “fix” a less than perfect bullet seating. The problem with crimping is that it sounds so logical. The word "crimping" kind of implies the process of locking a bullet in place. But, there is more to it than just that.
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Love it or hate it, the 10mm round deserves respect. Both the chambering and the 6.3-inch barrel that Dan Wesson equips the Bruin with make it a great choice for hunting—especially with 10mm cartridges loaded to their full potential. Pigs, deer, and bear within close range will fall prey to the Bruin.
The post Loaded for Bear: Dan Wesson Bruin 10mm Long Slide – Full Review appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Does a suppressor effect the velocity of your projectile? The answer is yes they do, but not in the manner you might think.
“It’s that time of the year where kids will be getting out of school, bored with nothing to do, so you will see a lot more activities, especially burglaries,” Mapes said.
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“These "toys" are also sending mixed messages and diluting the most important ones: guns are no joke. Guns aren't innocent, even if they are "harmless" and in plastic form,” wrote Levy.
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Trigger Tech: Apex Tactical Flat-Faced Trigger & Duty/Carry Kit for S&W Shield – Full Install & Review.
I recently bought a Shield for concealed carry. The stock trigger is better than I expected, but I wanted something a little lighter. I want every component to be as effective as possible. Towards that end, I purchased the Apex Tactical Flat-Faced Trigger and Duty/Carry Kit. The kit comes with everything you need to make your trigger lighter and, more importantly, smoother.
In light of new technologies there is a push to improve firearms safety with 21st century electronics. But is this really different or new?
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While the cumbersome SPAS 12 died a natural death around the turn of the millennium, its cousin the LAW 12 was a prescient piece of iron indeed. I traded out of my old LAW 12 a couple decades ago but recently found another one and righted that past wrong.
The post Ahead Of Its Time: The Retro Classic Franchi LAW 12 Scattergun appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
If your goal is to exterminate as many pigs as possible, your best bet is to shoot as many as you can very quickly. That’s a task best suited to an autoloading rifle. I also prefer something more powerful than a .223 Remington, and that’s why I chose Savage’s new MSR 10 Long Range rifle for a recent Texas hog hunt.
The post Big Boar Buster: Going Hog Wild with the New Savage MSR 10 Long Range .308 appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
“No Texan should be deprived of their right to self-protection because of onerous licensing fees imposed by the state,” said Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick.
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Lemonis has been posting updates on his Twitter account, and he says he plans to rebrand Gander Mountain under the name “Gander Outdoors” and price firearms more competitively.
Shooting IDPA can really help new shooters improve basic skills and their preparedness for self-defense situations without overwhelming them with too much information or giving them a task that is out of their wheelhouse.
Do you need an $8,500, 16-pound semi-auto 5.56? Of course you do! Read on to learn more about the new FN M249S Para that is part of the company's Military Collector Series line of products.
The post A Street-Legal Spec Ops SAW? The FN M249S Para – Full Review. appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Send to Kindle This week, in keeping with our competition theme for May, I am showing you an old school clothing modification to help your draw stroke. This is going to be very helpful if you want to shoot IDPA style matches or if you just choose to carry concealed under a cover garment. The […]
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