Monthly Archives: November 2016

Short Distance Zeroing for Long Distance Shooting

Before deer hunting season hit here in Georgia, there were many hunters bringing their hunting rifles to the indoor range that I frequent for “zeroing” prior to the actual season, or to initially zero the rifle prior to taking it … Continue reading

Nikon PROSTAFF RIMFIRE II 4-12×40 BDC 150 – Product Review Peering Through A New Looking Glass!

It is not unusual for me to try out different, reasonably-priced scopes on a rifle until I find one that I like. After all, you can read the reviews and reports, and after reading many of them you will still … Continue reading

Ruger American Rimfire® Wood Stock (8329) 22LR Review

Like some, I have several .22 LR lever, bolt, pump, and semi-automatic rifles in the collection. With few exceptions, the furniture on these rifles is polymer. While polymer furniture has good qualities, one of those qualities is not “warmth” or … Continue reading

Stock Exchange “How a 20-Gauge Tactical Became a 20-Gauge Practical”

If you have had a chance to read my review of the Mossberg 20-gauge Tactical shotgun Mossberg 500 20-Gauge Tactical Shotgun (54300), one of my peeves with shotgun was the stock that was provided with the shotgun. The LOP with … Continue reading

IWB Hybrid Holster Care By Taurian and Steve (M1911A1)

The advent of IWB hybrid holsters brought a new, and now, very popular means of concealed carry. Not only have hybrid holster taken concealed carry by storm, OWB hybrid holster are also becoming popular. This article; however, focuses in on … Continue reading

I’m Getting Weak! A Story of Weak Side Carry Transition (So Far)

I am right-handed, but I am left-eye dominant. Although I shoot handguns right-handed, I shoot long guns left-handed. I figure that being cross-eye dominate is better than being dominantly cross-eyed. Being a right-handed handgun shooter, the right side is also … Continue reading