I always find it amusing to see firearm companies attempt to turn their basic staid service pistols into a competition-worthy configuration. Witness how Llama tried to turn the basic M82Continue reading “Drama Llama – The Llama M87 Racegun”
Ah, the 1980s! Remember that innocent age when some designers thought that a three pound semi-auto pistol could be useful? Hungarian-émigré designer Lajos John Göncz developed his “High-Tech” pistol inContinue reading “Blast(er) From the Past – The Göncz High-Tech”
Most of you here should recognize the name of veteran firearms instructor Ken Hackathorn. His history is a bit off here as the first Strayer/Tripp 2011 modular frames were unveiledContinue reading “Novak TRI 2011 for Ken Hackathorn”
I have looooooong lusted for this book, and now finally have a copy. It is everything I hoped it would be. A very techincal and careful detailing of all pre-64Continue reading “The Rifleman’s Rifle by Roger C. Rule”
From RIA Blog Townsend Whelen loved the outdoors and lived guns. An avid outdoorsman, marksman, hunter, soldier, and author, Whelen wrote for numerous sporting magazines and penned several books onContinue reading “American Original: Townsend Whelen”
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