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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ The popularity of mounting a suppressor on a hunting rifle has grown with quantum leaps over the past two decades. The secondary benefit of a suppressor—hearing protection—seems to be the prevailing driver behind the acquisition of hunting rifle silencers these days. One of the negatives ofRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Ruger just updated their popular American line of rifles with the American Rifle Generation II. Upgrades include a three position tang safety and a more rigid and ergonomic stock. The tang safety harkens back to the old Model 77 that I grew up with, being forwardRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Ruger just announced a new chambering for it’s popular Super Redhawk revolver. This one’s chambered in .22 Hornet. Some might consider that a little esoteric, but I think it’ll find a good following from loyalists of the cartridge. The .22 Hornet round has been around forRead More →

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Shutterstock Next Post Coming Soon…▶ From the CCRKBA . . . Only hours after the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms blasted the Biden administration’s attempt to eliminate funding for school hunter education and archery programs, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed bipartisan legislation to prevent theRead More →

Gear Review: Zero Tolerance 0006 Fixed Blade Knife

Next Post Coming Soon…▶ If you aren’t familiar with Oregon-based Zero Tolerance knives, I’d wager you’ve probably heard of Kershaw. The two are sister companies, both part of the Kai group. Given that the pair are headquartered just a few miles down the road from me, I’m more than familiarRead More →

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It will be about 105 degrees here in Texas again today, but now that we’re on the backside of August, gradually sliding toward September, we can’t help but think of fall a little more often. And with dreams of falling leaves, cooler temperatures, and plowed fields come visions of pointingRead More →