As we all know, Smith & Wesson has been a staple in the American...
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I'm curious what powders and bullets are used to get really exceptional accuracy out of a 9mm at 50 yards (with a carbine)? I completely understand, "it may not be safe in your particular gun", "your gun may not like it, etc."
I just want to get a feel which powders are common among the accuracy junkies, esp. w. using 115gr bullet as a rough guideline.
After falling and knocking a chip off the toe of my Model 42 Winchester, I drove to Hillsboro Missouri to Art Isaacson's Gunsmithing. He modified my grandfather's 16-gauge Auto-5 many years ago to use the longer modern ammo, so I figured he was the one I wanted to work on my little .410. Not cheap but I trust them.
Here's what I learned - Browning no longer services A-5's. Parts are to the...
My wife picked up a late Christmas present (read for her) for me, on her way home from work. An H&R 922, 6 inch, 9 shot .22. SN has an AH prefix, (AH724XX), located on bottom of the grip, model number on the left side of the barrel, company name and address on the left side of the frame. Gardner Mass for the address.
Anyone know about how old it is?
And she got it for.$150 OTD....
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