There is a right way, and a wrong way, to speedload a revolver. Read this post to learn how to speedload your revolver the right way and make a bigger impact.
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Home defense enthusiasts are no stranger to buck-and-ball loads, but Winchester’s loads have taken that concept to an extreme. How will your favorite shotgun round stack up to the PDX? Read on to find out.
Beyond the Bond films, Walther has a serious following among firearms enthusiasts. While the .22 LR is not a primary self defense round for most, practice and plinking with a .22 LR pistol is another story. Bob Campbell puts the Walther P22 through it s paces at the range and has a few choice opinions.
The Allegiance Ammunition PowerStrike gets the author’s highest recommendation for frangibility and affordability. Read this post to learn why adding this ammunition to your home defense arsensal is an excellent choice.
A magazine isn’t an accessory; it is a necessity AND it is a renewable resource. When you use the tips and steps in this article, you can renew those magazines you thought were headed for the trash bin.
The Chiappa 1911-12 is a reliabile, inexpensive pistol and a great starter for anyone and a must have for a 1911 fan. It takes less cleaning than most guns in this category and is great for both marksmanship training and recreation.
Don’t scoff too quickly at adding a less-than-lethal shotgun round to your arsenal. It may give piece of mind when taking that first shot. It may also be the perfect solution to ward off scavengers when defending your preps in a shorter-term emergency. Bob Campbell makes a case for rubber ball shotgun ammunition you can’t afford to miss.
There is no reason to fear the surplus ammunition. Clean up is quicker, and easier, than black powder with these few simple steps. If you enjoy shooting surplus ammunition or own a WWI vintage rifle such as the Mosin Nagant, you need to read this article. P.S. Bob Campbell also shows why the 7.62x54R is also an ultimate prepper round…
The Mosin Nagant rifle has been produced in more quantities, over a longer period, than any other bolt-action rifle. The rifle deserves a book-length study. There are a number of tidbits of information that are helpful to the beginning shooter. Read this article to learn more.
The Bersa .380 ACP is an excellent, lightweight, easy-to-shoot handgun that’s easy on the budget of the working person. Offered in full size, and compact versions in 9mm, .40 and .45, these pistols feature a double-action first shot and decocker safety. Read this article to learn why my favorite example is an Ultra Compact .45 version with stainless slide.