SO, WHAT DID HAPPEN TO UNERTL OPTICS?

As you may have noticed my love o vintage target/varmint weapons and optics have been on my brain recently.  Last night I got thinking about Unertl again after a friend asked me something about those old beauties and remembered some years ago there was a forum discussion some where or other about what happened. As … Read moreSO, WHAT DID HAPPEN TO UNERTL OPTICS?

RIA Debuts Never Issued Winchester Model 12 TrenchShotgun

Rock Island has sent out an email with an article that touches on collecting US Martial shotguns.   At the end they produced this marvel worth seeing.  They also talking about the Model37and  the Model 97 among others.  Read at the link below or skip to the  juice which I have ganked from there and reposted … Read moreRIA Debuts Never Issued Winchester Model 12 TrenchShotgun

George Farr And His Famous 70 At The 1921 National Matches

    One of long range shooting’s greatest feats by a civilian shooter took place during the 1921 National Matches at Camp Perry. Ohio. Two men would ultimately be pitted against each other in a shoot-off during the 1000 yard Wimbledon Cup Match. The winner of the match oddly enough fell into virtual obscurity, The … Read moreGeorge Farr And His Famous 70 At The 1921 National Matches

A BOY AND HIS RIFLE PART III (THE REMINGTON MODEL 514)

Remington  introduced the  Model 514 in April 1948 as  cheaper alternative to the Model 510  other 500 series rimfires and a competitor of the excellent Winchester Model 67. “The model 514 is a worthy companion to the model 510, but being slightly shorter and lighter-it is especially suitable for the small boy who is just … Read moreA BOY AND HIS RIFLE PART III (THE REMINGTON MODEL 514)