Army contemplates change in 116-year ban on using hollow points
Army contemplates change in 116-year ban on using hollow points
Back in 1899, the Tsar of Russia wanted to be seen as a peacemaker and helped arrange the world's first arms limitations talks, which didn't garner many concessions except for halting the use of expanding bullets. Althou ...
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Last Primary US Lead Smelter Closes
Last Primary US Lead Smelter Closes
The end of an era has come upon us. The last large smelter, which takes raw ore from the earth and makes virgin lead ingots from it in the United States, is closing its doors in just a few weeks. Guess what most bullets a ...
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10 Foot Alligator vs .223
10 Foot Alligator vs .223
When a recent argument in Daytona Beach Florida between local police officers and a ten-foot alligator went sour, cops brought out a patrol carbine to even the odds. And the winner is...The ProblemNear the 1000 block of G ...
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X-Ring Rubber Bullets Review
X-Ring Rubber Bullets Review
X-Ring rubber bullets come in 3 calibers which are 38/9mm, 44, and 45, and can be found at many online retailers. These bullets are an affordable way to practice drills and target shoot in the comfort of your own home. I ...
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The 1909 New York Wax Bullet Duel
The 1909 New York Wax Bullet Duel
The typical cartridge bullet contains a projectile, a case, a primer and a propellant. By the 1890s cartridge manufacturers had developed wax and wooden bullets for target use and practice. Wax bullets did not use propell ...
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