What Makes for a Great Range Day?

What Makes for a Great Range Day?

| December 21, 2014 | 3 Comments

If you are like me any new pistol or rifle on the range for the first time is always an exciting time. Even more exhilarating is when your new toys shoot well out of the box and you can do it quietly. I met a good friend on the range today  and we had an […]

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Canik TP9SA Review

Canik TP9SA Review

| November 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

  The Canik TP9SA is the second firearm in the “TP” series from Canik to hit US shores. The original was largely based on the Walther P99 series of firearms but Canik listened to user feedback and redesigned a lot of features on the gun for the current offering. Here’s what I’ve found with it […]

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Marlin 1894C: Discreet Urban Carbine

Marlin 1894C: Discreet Urban Carbine

| November 9, 2014 | 4 Comments

In the 1800’s 2 firearms chambered for the same round had a lot of merit. Today with the onslaught of black rifles (AR-15’s) from just about every firearm manufacturer the lever action carbine has lost most of it’s popularity. If you do a simple search for home defense rifle, SHTF rifle almost all results will […]

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Para Elite LS Hunter 10MM Review

Para Elite LS Hunter 10MM Review

| October 3, 2014 | 8 Comments

In 1978 Col. Cooper teamed with Thomas Dornaus and Michael Dixon to bring about the 10MM Auto. Thomas Dornaus and Michael Dixon developed the Bren Ten semiautomatic pistol first known in  .40 Super which would eventually evolve into Col. Cooper’s 10mm Auto. While I have always been a fan of the 10mm Auto, I didn’t […]

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Hornady LnL AP Primer Dimple Fix

Hornady LnL AP Primer Dimple Fix

| September 21, 2014 | 1 Comments

This past week I have read many forum post about reloading presses as it seems more and more shooters are getting into reloading with the ammunition shortage still looming. New users have been eager to understand the different presses on the market many comparing their valued advantages and disadvantages. Many have complained about the Hornady […]

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