One of the fellas shared this bit of history. Above is a custom Mauser varmint rifle chambered in the excellent .219 Donaldson Wasp. On it he has a 10 Unertl.
By thinking about these things, you may find you are actually lacking in defensive essential gear.
1917ish hand ejector converted to 45 ACP/AR with scads of custom touches.-Karl
Like a moth to a flame. . . I, for no good reason, seek and acquire these old custom 45s. Often with no pedigree, sometimes crudely executed, sometimes masterfully, and occasionally some of both. The reason I tell myself, I suppose, is the desire to study other and older methods, styles, and executions, many thatContinue reading “Mystery Custom Colt 1911”
Brent got these pics of some of the sweet rifles from Colt Canada at SHOT.
A real beaut from Karl today.
Years ago it was a common myth online that the military 1/7 twist would not shoot light bullets well. Thats bullshit of course. I set up a 18X Luepold on a Colt 6940 and used some of my 40grain ballistic tip handloads to demonstrate this.
Pistol_purview Jim Clark Colt long slide in .45 ACP. Clark was a highly decorated and accomplished Marine sniper. He also competed in NRA Bullseye Pistol competition for twenty-eight years, finally retiring in 1975. Clark won the National Pistol Championship in 1958 and is the only civilian ever to accomplish this feat. He won the NationalContinue reading “Jim Clark Long Slide Colt”
pistol_purview Colt 1911 by master gunsmith Dave Berryhill of Prosper Texas. Dave was an armorer for various SWAT and law enforcement teams for over twenty years. In other words, he made guns for men who aimed to go into harms way. Dave succumbed to cancer at age 54. If you handle guns daily, please checkContinue reading “Dave Berryhill Custom Colt”