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When it comes to American firearm heritage, there are a several rifles that stand out but only a handful of handguns. One of those handguns is the 1911. In 2017 the 1911 is 106 years old. In the age of striker fired polymer frame handguns, the 1911 is still used by various military units and[.....]

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When my father passed away, it was about the hardest thing I’d ever been through. Among the many things that changed as a result of that loss was that I began using his old 1930s Browning Superposed over/under shotgun for everything, just as he had done. Whether it’s skeet shooting, dove Read More…

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Perhaps the most prolific battle rifle of all time, the Russian AK-47 has almost a cult following. It is the sort of weapon that shooters and preppers either love or hate. Like anything mechanical and man-made, it has its own unique quirks and complications, but alas a production of 75 million Read More…

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Just when you think you’ve seen the last of Remington’s recalls, they surprise ya. After decades of denial and quietly settling lawsuits resulting from faulty “Walker” triggers on their Model 700 rifles, Remington finally caved to immense pressure placed upon them by the Read More…

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It is always intriguing to see the firearms used in various movies, especially the very few that depict stories of hunting adventures. The 1996 movie The Ghost and the Darkness is based on the book The Man-eaters of Tsavo, by John Patterson. The book and the movie give a true account of lion attacks Read More…

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To encourage the taking of coyotes from March to August, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division is introducing the Georgia Coyote Challenge. Each coyote killed, up to five (5) a month per hunter/trapper, will earn an entry into a monthly drawing for a lifetime Read More…