Safe door gun rack

I came across this post by RUDY850 on the PAFOA forum showing a very clever way to save space in your gun rack by mounting pistols on the gun safe door.

SKS Manual

I have been getting many visitors coming to this blog looking for SKS manuals. I thought this was strange as I only had one small post linking to an SKS manual. It turns out that SKS manuals are very hard to find! Many sites are selling the PDF versions of old manuals [Read More…]

The 5th generation Lee-Enfield

From Australian International Arms (AIA): Australian International Arms have manufactured the 5th generation of Lee-Enfield, for target shooting, military match and sporting markets. However, unlike the 4th generation, this is not a ‘converted’ Lee-Enfield. The AIA [Read More…]

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Spiraling air gun pellets!

A very interesting article at the Pyramyd Air Reprt. I do not shoot competitively with air guns nor do I hunt with them but I do enjoy knocking about a soda can once in a while. During my plinking I have never noticed the spiriling pellet phenomenon which is explained [Read More…]

Slug Comparison

A a very interesting article from the American Hunter Magazine comparing different slug designs including various sabot slugs. In the days of my youth, we transformed rabbit guns into deer guns by simply changing the fodder; you bought slugs from a hardware store bin at [Read More…]

Cell Phone Gun

Here is a video showing the infamous cell phone gun. It appears to be firing .22LR cartridges. AT first glance I assumed it was a derringer type weapon but it appears to have four ‘trigger’ buttons. This videois by no means new and I have seen it before but [Read More…]

Who said .22’s are not deadly?

I would never recommend hunting medium sized game with a .22 short but this just goes to show what a little 29 grain chunk of lead traveling at a measly 700-800 fps can do! From RimfireCentral.com: More pictures if you follow this link.