Category Archives: Firearms
I’m really late getting this posted (B.A.G. Day was April 15th), but it was worth the wait. I was lucky enough to score two this year. A S&W M&P 9 Shield, and a Ruger 10/22 Takedown. I’ll get a picture … Continue reading
Being a southpaw shooter, ambi safeties are a must for me when it comes to pistols. But when it comes to 1911′s, the traditional ambi safety just isn’t all that durable. It works great for right handed shooters who want … Continue reading
With the price of ammo these days, I’m always looking for a way to get more trigger time for less $$$. More and more, I find myself dragging my rimfire guns to the range instead of the guns I … Continue reading
When Ruger announced earlier this year that they were going to produce a 1911, I was genuinely excited. I was excited because 1. It based on the series 70 design, 2. It has almost everything that I want in a … Continue reading
Buy a gun day has once again come and gone. I do my best to participate every year, and this year is no exception. More info later…
New Mil-Dot Ballistics walk-thru video is up. More information, including a detailed user manual, is available at www.mildotballistics.com
On March 29th, 1911, the US Army formally adopted the Model 1911 pistol. 100 years later, it is still one of the most popular pistol designs. In honor of the 100th anniversary of John Moses Browning’s iconic design, Mil-Dot Ballistics … Continue reading
Big Brown just dropped this off. Here’s a few teaser pics for now. I plan on doing a full review as soon as I can put some rounds downrange and put it through it’s paces.
A few weeks ago, I submitted the third major version of Mil-Dot Rangefinder Pro under a new name Mil-Dot Ballistics. Why the name change? Well, unlike it’s little brother Mil-Dot Rangefinder, the name Mil-Dot Rangefinder Pro was a little vague, … Continue reading
Hand-Load 1.0 is now available for sale on iTunes! Price is $0.99 Hand-Load website Version 2.0 is in development and will include cost calculations for shot-shells as well as metallic cartridges.