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Shooting the Browning 1911-380 Black Label 380 ACP

Shooting the Browning 1911-380 Black Label 380 ACP

One of the more interesting handguns at SHOT Show Industry Day at the Range was the Browning 1911-380, an 85%-scale, 8-shot 1911 pistol chambered in .380 ACP. The $670 MSRP is going to be a […]

A Gun Ownership Primer: Cartridge Choice, Part 2

A Gun Ownership Primer: Cartridge Choice, Part 2

WHICH CARTRIDGE (handgun) SHOULD I CHOOSE? A Gun Ownership Primer: The Philosophy Of Gun Ownership  A Gun Ownership Primer, Part 2: Does Evil Exist? A Gun Ownership Primer: Is Killing Morally Justified? Part 1  A […]

A Gun Ownership Primer: Cartridge Choice, Part 1

A Gun Ownership Primer: Cartridge Choice, Part 1

Having considered the first eleven installments of this series– A Gun Ownership Primer: The Philosophy Of Gun Ownership  A Gun Ownership Primer, Part 2: Does Evil Exist? A Gun Ownership Primer: Is Killing Morally Justified? […]

Top Five Easiest Handguns to Learn To Shoot

Top Five Easiest Handguns to Learn To Shoot

At the request of a subscriber I share my thoughts for the top five handguns for new shooters to learn on. After 20 years as an Instructor, I have found these five firearms to yield […]

A Gun Ownership Primer: Revolver or Semiauto? Part 1

A Gun Ownership Primer: Revolver or Semiauto? Part 1

A Gun Ownership Primer: The Philosophy Of Gun Ownership  A Gun Ownership Primer, Part 2: Does Evil Exist? A Gun Ownership Primer: Is Killing Morally Justified? Part 1  A Gun Ownership Primer: Is Killing Morally […]

Charlie Mincey with the 1939 Ford Sedan and Ruger Red Label at the Foxhall Resort & Sporting Club.

Sporting Clays in Moonshine Country With The New Ruger Red Label: Part I

[Editor's note: This article originally appeared at ShotgunLife.com] Cruising the legendary bootlegger Route 9 that connects Dawsonville, Georgia to Atlanta, 82-year-old Charlie Mincey recounted from the mohair passenger seat the glory days of running 200 […]

“Nice Melons.” FPSRussia Runs The Ohio Ordnance Heavy Counter Assault Rifle

“Nice Melons.” FPSRussia Runs The Ohio Ordnance Heavy Counter Assault Rifle

YouTube’s favorite fake Russian scored a run with our favorite “sleeper” of the 2014 SHOT Show, the Ohio Ordnance HCAR, a heavily-modified and modernized version of the Browning BAR. Yeah… I’m more than a little […]

The author fires a $27,500 TrackingPoint PGF at the 2014 SHOT Show. He then made the exact same shot with several benches over with a .308 AR-10 with a 3.5X ACOG that cost approximately $23,000 less.

And Then They Came For The Bolt-Actions

You can find them in every gun store in even the most restrictive states in the nation, and with good reason; bolt-action rifles are among the most ubiquitous rifles in the United States, and have […]

How a federal judge got it wrong on ‘assault weapons’

How a federal judge got it wrong on ‘assault weapons’

The judge’s ruling has everything to do with her background and politics.

A Browning 1919A6 recovered in Angle Lake Park, Seatac Washington. Photo by Rosalyn Raumbauer.

Seatac Savages To Melt Down Rare Machine Gun For Anti-gun Agi-Prop

A Browning 1919 machine gun was the unlikely find of divers in Seatac, Washington, who were participating in a “clean sweep” of Angle Lake Park in Saturday, July 26, 2014. Being a reasonable and sensible people, […]