Horror movies have never scared me much, probabaly because this is how they would end at my house as well: Origin: Uploaded on Oct 3, 2006 A commercial from a gun company that never aired. The gun company was then sold to another company so the name no longer exists.
A few weeks ago the ATF opened a comment period for proposed rule changes. The initial rumor was that they were going to eliminate the useless local CLEO (Chief Law Enforcement Officer) sign off that was necessary to own a type III weapon (suppressor, machine gun, short barreled rifle, AOW … Continue reading
5.11 Tactical brought me on board to help design and update their range bag system. We loaded this bad boy down with features that every shooter will appreciate. Follow the instructions at the bottom for a chance to win one yourself! Grand Prize Giveaway: DE Range Qualifier Case We made … Continue reading
Folks tell me the most memorable shot on Top Shot was when I shot the golf ball at 100 yards. That shot was pretty crazy I’ll admit. Sure, most any marksman can do it. But the trick was doing it on demand, under pressure, with a rifle that wasn’t mine, … Continue reading
For a while Crickett has been the household name for a pint sized .22LR starter rifle, but that’s all fixing to change with Savage Arm’s new “Rascal” series. The first thing most shooters will notice when they see the Rascal is that it contains Savage’s admired AccuTrigger. This is quite … Continue reading
Recently we were blessed enough to adopt a beautiful 13 year old daughter who has been with us through foster care for over a year. She has developed a love for shooting like her new daddy and I’m proud to brag about her first deer kill this season. Even though … Continue reading
When camping the campfire and food are often the center of attention. Sure, we could always bring a propane stove but that takes away a sense of tradition from the experience. I always attempted to cook meals for my kids on a raw campfire while balancing skillets on burning firewood. … Continue reading
Full auto firearms are fun but expensive. A friend who owns a pre-86 M16 made a wise investment in a Razorback .22LR beltfed upper that makes full auto fun and affordable. Of course this video was shot before the depressing ammo shortage of 2013… *Owning a full auto firearm requires … Continue reading