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Most Interesting Gun at SHOT: Bondhus CL380 By Scott Mayer

Most Interesting Gun At SHOT Show   As expected, SHOT Show this year was awash with AR-15-type rifles and accessories and it was quite by accident that in the sea of modern sporting rifles I stumbled upon what I think was the most interesting new gun at the show. The Bondhus CL380 is being billed as the “smallest most accurate …

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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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Rattlesnake On the Grill: By Scott Mayer

Rattlesnake!   My English pointer, Emma, was going insane at the sliding glass door. Her excited shrieking, yapping and jumping at the glass was typical of what I’ve come to expect when she sees a mule deer or javelina in the lot behind our house, but it was after dark and there was no way she could see anything through …

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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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338 Lapua Rifle KaBoom.

Here are some photos of a Savage 338 Lapua that suffered a catastrophic failure when the user, finding his brass cases were sticking in the chamber, was using cleaning rod to push them out. It is my understanding that this user was quite experienced and just had a “brain fart” and forgot what he was doing.   The shooter was …

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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 …

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Taking the Kids Scorpion Hunting. By: Scott Mayer

This is the first contributor article to be published. With the unexpected growth of our business, our technology backbone was never able to keep up. Until now. We are big advocates of shooting guns and having fun. If you have a story you wish to share with our readers, please contact me for details. –Marky    Scorpion Hunting   My …

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Home Camo Job on Your Rifle. Sig Sauer / Blaser Tactical 2

The Blaser project has been proceeding nicely. It’s a very nice rifle with lots of features but still doesn’t weigh a metric S-Ton. The only minor complaint I have against it is the color. In our part of the world (East of the Mississippi) black shapes stick out almost as bad as white. So we have known from day one …

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10-8 Performance Sites on Glock 19 Gen 4 FDE.

I’ve always been a big fan of 10-8 Performance. I use some of Hilton Yam’s parts on my 1911s. I am very comfortable with the ledge type site that he sells. So I am taking some time this winter to get those sites installed on my new Glock 19 Gen 4 in FDE. We will be posting more pics and …