Today I decided to do a repost an article 2 parter older popular article from our first year. We have a lot of older great material new readers may not see because it is so buried under the constant flow of new articles. With that in mind here is an article from 2012 … Read moreWhat is “Cover” in your home and will it Stop a rifle round? Lets find out.
The Winchester Model 52. One of the greatest rifles of all time. Some even have called it “perfect” in the past. I don’t know if it is perfect but it comes about as close to it as I would want in a rimfire target rifle that comes from a factory. The M52 was made in … Read moreWinchester Model 52
This my own opinion on the item sent to me for review. In the old days it was common to read of instructors suggesting dry firing at least 10 times for each shot fired. Now we don’t see recommendations like that. Part of it is that ammo and ranges are readily available, and dry … Read moreGlock E-Trainer
This post is a re post from weaponsman.com. We share it here today to honor and preserve our friend Hognose, who died last spring What’s so special about John Moses Browning? by Kevin O’Brien Himself. If you take that question the wrong way, you’re thinking who is this bozo to diss Saint JMB? But we’re not … Read moreWhat’s so special about John Moses Browning?
It doesn’t matter if you are using a long arm or a hand gun, you need to be aware of what is near and downrange of your target.
Since the passing of our friend Kevin AKA “Hognose” owner of weaponsman.com we have be reposting his work here in tribute and to make sure it survives. This is another technical article from Kevin in part of a series. The M249 Squad Automatic Weapon is widely distributed in the US Army and Marine Corps (even … Read moreThe SAWs that never WAS: Part 1 & 2
Gather around children and I will show you something from a world long past. During it’s day it was one of the best of it’s type. Sold in a metal container that had a place for all its items. A place for everything and everything in it’s place . It was made in a time … Read moreVintage Marbles Cleaning Kit
B.L.U.F.: Negligible difference in muzzle velocity between the 9 and 12 inch M203 barrels. About 2 years ago I decided I was going to buy a M203. I had the extra cash and realized if I didn’t then, I never was going to. Not to mention I had wanted one for years. I searched out … Read moreM203 9″ vs 12″ barrel velocity
For this post we have a very special guest. Below is an interview with Lynne Black Jr. I asked Mr. Black if he would be so kind to submit to the torture of me asking him a lot of annoying questions he has been asked a million times before and he very graciously … Read moreInterview With Lynne M Black Jr. US Army Special Forces & SOG Veteran
Today’s article is a repost from our deceased friend Hognose, owner of Weaponsman.com. Kevin, AKA Hognose passed away last year and as an ongoing tribute to his memory and excellent work we repost the his works to help preserve it. Vietnam Sniper Study In 1967, the Army got the idea to study whether, how, and … Read moreVietnam Sniper Study