Been plinking with the German blue plastic ammo in the 901. It doesn’t cycle the action, so the 901 has to be used like a bolt gun, but I have managed to get 1 inch groups at 25 yards with those plastic bullets.
Kyle Defoor posted a little article on over magnification of rifle scopes. Shawn and I often talk about this. It is amazing the silly combination that are made by people who choose way too much magnification for their firearms intended role. Too much magnification on the combat rifle slows down target acquisition, follow up shots, … Read moreOver magnification
Found by a member of the Manatee Gun & Archery Club.
Submitted by M. “A rifle behind every blade of grass…”
There are many of us that shoot corrosive ammo, sometimes because its surplus is cheaper, or because all the factory ammo we can get in some rarer calibers is corrosive. The problem is rust. Shooting corrosive ammo leads to rust. For example, I shoot 5.45×39. All the 7n6 surplus ammo is corrosive. Now some other … Read moreWindex and corrosive ammo.
TinHatRanch posted a video on Youtube where he shot sandbags with common rounds. I was very surprised at how effective the sandbags are at stopping those common rounds. However I do know that wet sand will not stop rounds as well as dry sand.
by Townsend Whelen From the 1918 book he authored The American Rifle In my work in the Army I often come across men of a rather low order of intelligence whom no amount of practice will teach to shoot, chiefly because they have never learned how to use their brains. Any man of ordinary intelligence, … Read moreTownsend Whelen On Mastering The Rifle
Article submitted by M. During a recent range day Shawn and I were discussing the popular urban legend of the shotgun as the ultimate home defense weapon. The most common reasons we’ve heard repeated for its use are that “you don’t even have to aim” and “you’ll kill all of them with one shot.” … Read moreHome defense shotgun myths.
Fitty% Tactical shares this video of how he runs his Saiga 12 one handed. I think it is an interesting example of adapting and overcoming.