Last Activity:06-15-2010 5:28 PM
Posted in thread: Locating a gunsmith on 03-09-2010 at 11:40 PM
Kind of. The place I shoot my AR15 at is a gun store/shooting range all in one. I guess I could
ask one of the workers there if they know any gunsmiths in the area.
Posted in thread: Gun ranges in the Philadelphia area on 03-09-2010 at 04:00 PM
Does anyone know of any gun ranges in the Philadelphia area that allows .30-30-06 and larger
calibers at thier ranges. I checked out the State Game Land shooting range at French Creek but
sounds like ...
Posted in thread: Locating a gunsmith on 03-09-2010 at 03:52 PM
About a year and a half ago I bought a k98k rifle dated to WWII. I haven't been able to shoot
it yet because I haven't found a range that allows .30-30-06 caliber rifles at their ranges.
Also for safe...
Posted in thread: 70 dollar rifle... on 03-06-2010 at 01:24 AM
There are a few ways to fix the crack in your stock IF it really bothers you that much or if it
worsens. 1)Take a syringe (with the needle) and use that to force glue into the cracks as
deeply as poss...
Posted in thread: what ammo do you recommend 223 on 03-05-2010 at 09:57 PM
For 55 grains I like shooting the Remington 55g, .223 UMC ammo . It works great in the AR15 and
I've never had any problems with feeding or ejection while using this ammo.
Posted in thread: Cylinder troubles on 02-28-2010 at 03:54 AM
I've seen it happen to a few officers here in the re-enacting world. As Tn rebel said the quick
and easy fix is to tap the wedge back and it should work fine after that.
Posted in thread: Need some info on my 1861 Enfield Musket on 02-28-2010 at 03:39 AM
It is definitely a repro. First off as mentioned the originals would not have markings to
distinguish between black power and smokeless powder. At the time black powder is the only
thing they had. Als...
Posted in thread: Are black powder rifles and pistols fun to shoot? on 02-28-2010 at 03:30 AM
Black powder guns are very fun to shoot. They are pretty accurate for hunting and the .45, .50,
.58, .69 or .75 caliber bullet will easily take down a deer. As a Civil War re-enactor I buy
Posted in thread: Hearning protection on 12-10-2008 at 05:23 AM
Being new to shooting I have a few questions. Whats the difference between electronic ear muffs
and non electronic muffs? Is one better then the other?I was deciding between these brands. For
Posted in thread: civilian whitworth sporting rifle on 12-09-2008 at 01:56 AM
During the course of the War Between the States, both the Confederate States Government and the
individual Southern States sought to import necessary supplies and material from Britain. These