My new EDC for civilian life
My new EDC for civilian life
After 20 years on the job I retired last summer. I carried my duty weapon, usually a full-size Glock, in a belt holster on my right hip with my badge right in front of it. On the left side a spare magazine or two and set ...
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Venison sausage memories
Venison sausage memories
December always makes me think of my Dad. We lost him to lung cancer just before Christmas in 2007. My earliest and fondest memories of my Dad are with me sitting next to him in Hunter Safety class and the hunting trips w ...
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Super slo-mo roller-locks in action like you
Super slo-mo roller-locks in action like you've never seen before (VIDEOS)
Our buddy, Matt from OHUB LABS recently met up with Joe from Dakota Tactical, makers of some of the finest HK-pattern roller-locks in the United States, for a day full of shooting some select-fire burp guns. Joe brought a ...
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The 2nd Amendment on a budget
The 2nd Amendment on a budget
For those who enjoy shooting and have control of the homestead, remember the article from the NRA, which reminded us that the most important weapons in our Nations' history were a pair of air rifles carried by Louis and ...
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The Red Ryder  The Gun that helped set your expectations
The Red Ryder The Gun that helped set your expectations
"Tank of gas for car or gun?" I thought to myself as I eyed down the $35 price tag. I still wasn't in a financial position to get a real gun, nor a good place to shoot one, so I figured I could get my fix with a ...
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Concealed Carry and Older Shooters
Concealed Carry and Older Shooters
It was once said in an old Colt advertisement that the modern revolver was great equalizer. For many in our society that are considered seniors, this has never been more of a true statement than today. There's just somet ...
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Chupacabra Hunting in Mississippi
Chupacabra Hunting in Mississippi
You've heard of Bigfoot, the Loch Ness monster, and the Jersey Devil, but one of the newest mythical beasts is the chupacabra. The thing is, no less than three Mississippi hunters have claimed kills against these so-call ...
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Seal Sniper Legend Chris Kyle Murdered
Seal Sniper Legend Chris Kyle Murdered
On Groundhogs Day 2013, one of the most famous military marksmen in US history was killed. Chris Kyle, Navy Seal sniper, author, and activist, was shot to death at a shooting range in his home state of Texas in an action ...
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Laying Down the LAW
Laying Down the LAW
The tank changed warfare for good in the tail end of World War One. Since then, man has devised tank killers to help rid the battlefield of these up-armored war engines. First came anti-tank rifles like the .55 Boys, foll ...
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A Remington 1858 with a Story
A Remington 1858 with a Story
During the US Civil War, more than two million Americans volunteered for or were called to the service of their state, territory, or country. They were armed with any number of weapons including muskets, carbines, shotgun ...
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