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For many, the Ruger 10/22 is the epitome of .22 semi-auto rifle perfection. Not only does it work flawlessly with any kind of ammo, but it’s inexpensive, phenomenally reliable, easy to shoot, fun to upgrade, and accurate right out of the box. What could make it better? A take-down, packable Read More…

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Gear, like motorcycles and cars, is something that tends towards customization at the highest levels.  Folks have been making custom knives for years.  But with the rise of “inexpensive” CNC machines and other technology, there is a new step between the uber-luxe realm of complete Read More…

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We’re all guilty of pounding arrows into a target at 20 yards as practice, and while it’s definitely a great way to start, it’s hardly preparing you for hunting. The best way to improve your accuracy and confidence in real life hunting situations is to spend time practicing in Read More…

The last few years — and the last six months, especially — have seen a flood of newcomers flock to the tried and tested AR-15 platform. If you’re one of those newcomers and you’re looking to buy your first or second AR, but for reasons of budget or sheer availability you Read More…

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So here we are, waiting out the worst ammo shortage since WWII, terrified to think about going to the range to shoot what could be the last box of ammo we may see in the next month or more. What to do, what to do? Amidst the empty ammo shelves at my local gun shop,[.....]

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Every good rifleman finds ways to support his habit, and disabled hunters should be no different. I’m talking about using a sturdy rest when shooting your firearm. Whether you’re toting a rimfire to hunt small game such as squirrels or a centerfire in pursuit of larger quarry, a rifle rest helps Read More…

Cascio likes the Ruger New Model Blackhawk for much of his handgun hunting with a .44 Mag, load it up with some outstanding Black Hills Ammunition's 240-gr JHP or their heavier 300-gr JHP and you're good to go for a day of hunting pleasure.

It took six shots to finally dispatch the badger, from a distance of only twenty five feet. On another occasion, it took four shots to take down a 250-pound black bear, from about twenty five yards away. Both times, I was using a .357 Magnum revolver. After the incident with the bear, I decided Read More…

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Bug-out bags are typically divided into two types: the larger SHTF or INCH (I’m Not Coming Home) bags, which typically carry at least three days worth of supplies, and the smaller Get Home Bag (GHB), which, as the name implies, is a smaller bag containing no more than 24 hours worth of Read More…