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Clean Crook Showers and Shaves During Robbery of 94-Year-Old

Elderly man woken, robbed, and forced to sit by while bad guy primped.

(Photo courtesy of KRQE)

94-year-old Albuquerque, New Mexico resident Glen Miller was rudely awoken to find 43-year-old Rudy Chavez pointing a gun at him, according to charges subsequently filed against Chavez as reported in the Albuquerque Journal. Chavez grabbed the old man by the arm as he toured Miller’s home Read More…

Bullpup .50 BMG: St. George Arms Leader 50A1

Compact, lightweight, well-mannered 50BMG rifle


Last year, I mentioned the Leader 50 bullpup rifle in Managing Recoil article. It’s a ten-shot semi-auto bullpup of light weight and unusually low recoil. Firing it last summer, I was surprised how close the kick was to a .223 carbine. Excellent balance also allowed unsupported firing. Annular Read More…

Review: Quake Industries Stag Seat

Need an all-terrain outdoors, hunting, fishing, camping seat? This is it.


It may seem odd to call a camp seat an All-Terrain product, but then the Quake Industries All-Terrain Seat comes as close to anything I can imagine. As a connoisseur of hunting camp seating equipment, I have found the Quake Stag a superior version of the common seat to have around the camp, in Read More…

Review: Ultimate State-of-the-Art AR-15 Build

Changing Everything About the AR-15


I love to try new products, new ideas, and new manufacturers. In this build I attempted to showcase a number of those new ideas from the front to the back of the rifle. The result is one uniquely forward looking rifle which looks awesome and shoots great. From the interesting looking muzzle brake to Read More…

Review: Rock River’s LAR-8 Elite Operator

This .308 AR platform rifle can really perform in the hunting field.


I am an unabashed fan of the AR rifle platform. I wasn’t always though. I grew up on lever actions and bolt guns as a hunter. I killed my first white-tailed deer with a Winchester Model 94 in 30-30 I bought from J. C. Penney in Columbia, Mo for a whopping $66 new in the[.....]

Review: Ruger Red Label Shotgun


A few years ago, Ruger gave me a scare. Just about the time I had scraped together enough cash to pick up a Ruger Red Label shotgun, they suddenly discontinued the line. There was little information from Ruger as to the reasons for the discontinuation other than a nonspecific answer of “due to Read More…