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by Mark Miller I have been to some bad places around the world and have seen bad things happen. When I lived on the Gulf Coast, I went through the aftermath of several major hurricanes. I now live in a rural area near a volcano and maintain a wide selection of weapons. When I hear […]
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When the 1873 came out it was a paradigm shift. A repeating rifle that was as reliable and capable as it was practical. However, it was still a pistol caliber carbine. For real rifle work, you had to go to something like an 1869 Sharps, a Ballard Perfection rifle, or a Remington Rolling Block. That's what buffalo hunters used. What these long range, big game guns had in common was that they were all single shot firearms. The Winchester Model 1876 changed that forever.
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In simple terms, the laser rangefinder will emit an infrared beam towards a target while another sensor looks for the reflection coming back. Once the sensor has detected that reflection it calculates the range based on the time it took to get back to the unit and displays it for the user.
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Glock has been updating the line up to Generation 5, as seen here on the 17/19 and here on the 19X. We aren’t going to rehash all the changes for the Gen 5 here, but a highlight reel is helpful if you haven’t been paying attention. The accuracy is improved by a factor of half, the new triggers are better, gone are the finger grooves, and there is a right side slide release for the
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This week, I've played with a gun that is way outside the norm. From Chiappa, we are looking at what may be the smallest of the Italian shotguns. Ever. When this gun first came up for review, I had no idea what 9mm Flobert was, so don’t feel bad if you have never heard of it either. It is a very common European cartridge but is almost unheard of here in the U.S.A.
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NSWC-Crane's real eye-opening finding was that the mid-length gas system showed a far better service life than the carbine-length system.
"Go for a vote this week before it fades. Tap peoples emotion. Make it simple assault weapons," advised Emanuel.
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"The result is a great robust, accurate, hard hitting, cost effective magazine compatible combination gun set at a FULL RETAIL of only $538 that is warranted for life to the gun (not just the original buyer)," said Hi-Point.
The post Hi-Point Touts Toughness, Affordability of Pistol & Carbine Combo appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
It’s time we publicly torture mass killers. Let’s pluck out their eyes with hot pincers, splash frothing sulfuric acid on their genitals and, just about the time they’re starting to convalesce, bury them alive in a hill of agitated African army ants.
The National Rifle Association's American Rifleman got the first crack at the Civilian Marksmanship Program's military surplus 1911s.
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It doesn’t matter if you’re out hunting, on the range practicing, or driving down the highway, when chaos strikes, it strikes fast. One missed step along that ridge, a ricocheting bullet off a steel target, a distracted driver, a slip of a blade, and you can find yourself in a life and death situation. Beyond gun safety, first aid training is more useful than any other training you could attend, though most of us put it a ways down the list of our planned training.
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“I’m running for re-election to the U.S. Senate here in Massachusetts, and I pledge not to take a single penny from the National Rifle Association,” Warren said in a NowThis video.
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Meet the Berlin Strike Folder from Attleboro Knives. A gentleman's folder aptly suited for a black tie affair, one in which you may need to free a damsel from restraints. (I'm thinking 007, not "50 Shades of Grey." Sicko.)
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It takes a special kind of scumbag to rob mothers and children outside of a school, but Elivelton Neves Moreira thought he was up to the task earlier this month in Sao Paolo, Brazil.
The post WATCH: Off-Duty Police Officer Shoots Thug Trying to Rob Mothers and Children appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
"Firearm safety is not just a concern in our country, but worldwide," said Omer Kiyani, founder and CEO of IDENTILOCK, in a press release. "I wanted to make our innovative biometric fingerprint trigger lock available to any responsible gun owner across the globe."
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“Time after time, with endless fund raising appeals and inflammatory rhetoric, we’ve seen these anti-rights lobbying groups immediately try to shift blame to the NRA, or the Second Amendment, or the firearms industry, or some mythical loophole in the law,” he observed. “But they never seem to point their fingers at the culprit, and we think it’s time for the American public to ask why?”
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“We have to be able to protect our property and our homes,” he said. “People work too hard for things for people coming in a stealing stuff.”
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We are not too far from the time when most handguns will have lasers as integrated aiming systems. Until then, we will continue to enjoy several types of add-on laser aiming systems, each with various pros and cons.
"So now I’m angry. Now I’m finished trying to reason with you. So now I, a guy who was ambivalent about guns just a few years ago, want to take your guns away. All of them," writes Holmes.
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Vortex’s new contender in the 1X arena isn’t even a true vintage style Red-Dot sight at all. It is actually a small one power prismatic scope. It isn’t dependent on shining LEDs, lasers, or fiber optic transmitted light upon a lens to create an aiming point. It has an etched reticle that is present without artificial illumination, though it does have supplemental illumination to aid in low lighting conditions.