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First Shots with a Custom S&W Model 65: By Thronearms

First Shots with a Custom S&W Model 65: By Thronearms

| June 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

What a transformation completed by Throne Arms. This model 65 started life as a 4inch heavy barrel from the factory. Lewis over at Throne Arms converted to a 3inch for me, slab sided the barrel, bobbed the hammer and completed a trigger job and installed a novak style front night sight. Everything I asked for […]

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Ruger SR1911 now in 10MM

Ruger SR1911 now in 10MM

| June 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

I was out on Ruger’s sight tonight looking at the Ruger American in 450 Bushmaster, a caliber which has caught my eye within the last 6 months. To my surprise right on the home page I came across this. That’s right Ruger is now offering it’s SR1911 in 10MM with ramped barrel and target sights. […]

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What’s On Your Night Stand?

What’s On Your Night Stand?

| May 27, 2017 | 2 Comments

Let’s see if we can make this the largest post on this sight. Send me a photo along with a description and I will add it to the gallery of this post. I will kick it off.   Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Bookmark […]

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300 Blackout as a Hunting Companion for Hogs — Graphic

300 Blackout as a Hunting Companion for Hogs — Graphic

| May 27, 2017 | 3 Comments

The 300 Blackout is one of the most controversial cartridges in the past decade. There are many topics which has lead to the controversy surrounding this caliber, one often discussed is it’s use in hunting. At the tail end of winter I went out with a friend on a hog hunt who brought along his […]

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CFEBLK Powder Testing First Thoughts: Guest Post

CFEBLK Powder Testing First Thoughts: Guest Post

| May 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

Dellet from 300blacktalk.com forum,  the leading premiere media outlet where you can learn any and everything about the 300 Blackout caliber shares his thoughts on the new CFEBLK powder released by Hodgdon after many hours of loading and testing. Starting from the beginning. The first thing I noticed when I opened a one pound jug was […]

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