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Cracked 1944 Finnish Mosin Nagant Getting Ready For Coyote Hunting.

As some of you are aware, Freeze at one time was a very large Mil-Surp collector. Specializing in WW I and WW II firearms and weapons. He has a particularly strong Comm-Bloc collection. Which is where this story begins…..   Now that all the gut piles have gone and the long hard winter is wrapping up, its time to get …

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Hard Primer Testing. 308 ASYM Ammo.

  We were out getting some training and I had a hard-primer strike.  Well…at first I didn’t know it was that. I was fearful the issue was something wrong with the FP / striker in my Blaser. After pulling the bullet (ASYM 175g 308), checking there was powder, and putting the unloaded case in an AR to see if I …

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Schmidt-Rubin 7.5 Swiss At the Range

  We ran across a guy shooting a Schmidt-Rubin the other day. Very nice rifle. Since we were also running a straight-pull rifle (Blaser R8), it was kind of a neat coincidence. The caliber was 7.5 Swiss in a military loading. The brand was called GP 11.  The really interesting information about the GP 11 loading is it’s popularity with …

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Cold Weather Zero Testing: Blaser Tactical 2 & 308 ASYM 175g Ammo.

The day before Thanksgiving. I took some time on Wednesday to sneak out of the office and do some cold weather / zero testing. It was just below 30 degrees around here and I figured while the world was getting ready for turkey, I would get some trigger time. You will see a 5-shot group at 100 yards. The POA …