Claiming a definitive list to AR enthusiasts is tantamount to using a .25 caliber to clear your sinus. Read on and add your two cents.
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With that nostalgia feel, Rossi has made an affordable, modern-day version in a .22 LR /.22 Mag. convertible.
If you plan on adding a piece of work from a revered engraver such as Gustave Young, Conrad F. Ulrich or Louis Nimschke, you might want to start by making sure you have up to $100K in spare change lying around. If that is a bit rich for your blood, you can always search for a detailed engraving from one of the other wonderful craftsman at an auction. These will likely set you back a mere $15K to $20K.
The Firearms Division of James D. Julia Inc., consistently conducts some of the highest-grossing firearms auctions in the world. On…Read More >
The Diamondback Firearms DB9 was designed to be as small and concealable as possible. The trigger pull was smooth, and recoil snappy.
It turned out all he had was 25 derringers that were worth about $200 to $300 each — and on an adjacent table, three 1866 Winchesters.
I’m not exactly sure when video games such as MW3 (Call of Duty: Modern Warfare® 3) replaced a Red Ryder under the tree on Christmas morning, but if you want to trigger the shooting spirit of a new shooter, the ISSC MK22 is the ticket.
The Taylor Fur Getter—a unique contraption with brutal consequences. The ring is not for a string, it is for the bait. When pulled …well, essentially committing suicide by shooting itself in the face.
Some hunters believe that deer such as the smaller Texas whitetails, can be humanely harvested using smaller caliber ammunition while larger and heavier game such as mule deer should only be harvested with more powerful ammo capable of penetrating more deeply. From personal experience, I can tell you a .223 neck shot will drop a deer in its tracks. However…