Found buried in the back of the safe an old Hi-Standard HB.( 6 3/4" barrel ) Looks about 65-70% condition.
The pistol belonged to my late Dad... don't think it's been fired in 30+ years.
Gave it a quick check to make sure no spiders lived in the barrel and took it to the range this AM. What an...
Back in December I picked up my first handgun, a Ruger Standard, while just visiting a local store to see what they had after only a week of having my permit. Kept telling myself to wait for my birthday in June haha
It is I believe a 1981 model. Has a 6 inch thin barrel, and fixed sights...
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Time magazine's cover for its Sept. 16 issue features a picture of contented-looking Russian president Vladimir Putin, complete with a black background and a damning caption that declares "America's weak...
I did order a brick from [email protected] a few weeks back when they were is stock.Never ever heard of this ammo,40 grains 1050 FPS a little on the messy when loading only due to the large amount of oil (lube) they use on there ammo
I will say the best 22 ammo I ever did shoot one hole group at about...
I've decided I want the 700 in .308 but i want to hear some opinions/reviews from here about these two in particular since there are differences. I'm going to target shoot with it up to 300 yards. Is the longer barrel the better option for what I'm going to do with it?
I work in IT and was purchasing a printer for a remote employee, so i thought i'd toss in the high capacity black toner.
Hope accounting doesn't mind my description. Maybe I should have gone with standard capacity instead.
I have been using 2400 and 296 powder for my .357 magnum loads for years. I have always used small pistol magnum primers and have never had an issue. What i want to know is does anyone use standard small pistol primers loading .357. And if you do have there been any issues ?