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Historical Benchrest competitions

By Miles Vining The sport of benchrest shooting, wherein there are no shooting positions but the rifles are firmly supported by some type of media has become quite popular in the past few decades. It truly is wringing out the

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A Slight Twist On The AK Reload

By Nicholas C S.T.A. Training Group walks Lil Red thru the fundamentals of a tactical reload using an AK style weapon. The twist comes in when he hits the mag release with the fresh magazine. He bases this on the

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H&K (Germany) has Export Licenses Approved

By Steve Johnson The German governments refusal to issue export permits has been putting a strain on Heckler & Koch’s finances. According to a report from Moody’s Investor Services, last week the German government approved exports to Middle Eastern and

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POTD: A REALLY BEAUTIFUL Custom Mosin Nagant M44

By Steve Johnson This is the nicest Mosin rifle I have ever seen. Duo Z writes …. I built this rifle for my fathers birthday. It started out as an OK condition Mosin Nagant M44. First the bolt lugs were

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Accessory Review: Strike Industries

By Thomas Rader A few weeks ago I got a care package in the mail from Strike Industries. They had a bunch of fun stuff in there. There were a number of dust covers, a magazine pull/extender, a weird little

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Lee-Enfield rifle being phased out, being replaced by Colt Canada

By Steve Johnson We first blogged about Canada replacing the Lee-Enfield rifle, used by the Rangers, a reserve unit that patrols the far north, back in 2011. It seems the Canadian Army is still talking about replacing the aging rifles

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Daniel Defense Celebrates Suppressors for Hunting in Georgia

By Chris Cheng Georgians have something to celebrate this year as their Governor, Nathan Deal, signed House Bill 60 (HB60) into law which legalized the use of suppressors for hunting in certain circumstances. Daniel Defense invited Gov. Deal to their

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Marlin 1895 GSBL

By Katie A Marlin has been making lever-action rifles since 1881, and in their early years the Model 1895 was a standout. Although the original M1895 was, indeed, created in the year of its name, the modern M1895 is actually

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Steyr Arms Now Shipping AUG A3 M1

By Richard Johnson Steyr Arms announced they are now shipping the M1 version of the company’s AUG A3 rifle. The M1 can be configured from the factory with a number of rail and optics options. A green stock is also

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30 lbs of Tannerite vs 70’s Bronco

By Nicholas C We have seen excessive amounts of binary explosive used for entertainment and destructive purposes. Like the barn video. There was also Funker Tactical’s youtube record breaking 300lbs of binary explosive. So I found it rather impressive how

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