I didn’t need to know big gators like that can climb. Stolen from The daily Time Waster (A great Blog by the way, I suggest that my great Readers to check it out)
Today back in 1863 The Army of Northern Virginia won the 1st round at Gettysburg. (Care to guess what side my family rode with?)
This poor rifle has been ridden hard and put away wet! My Dear Old Dad had bought me one of these when I was a little Snot back in the mid 60’s. It taught me a lot about shooting. Greatest Little Gun Ithaca’s Peabody-Inspired Model 49 Saddlegun Was A Unique Single-Shot .22. “Greatest Little Gun … Continue reading “ITHACA GUN CO MODEL M-49 LEVER MARTINI ACTION RIFLE .22 LR”
When in brown bear country, you need an utterly dependable rifle. I am recently home from a wonderful hunt in coastal Alaska for both black and brown bears; if you’ve never had the opportunity to hunt the Forty-Ninth state, I highly recommend it. I was hunting with my buddy Bob Jewett of Top Gun Treks … Continue reading “Alaskan Bear Rifles by PHIL MASSARO”
Ammoland Inc. Posted on June 28, 2018 by David Codrea Again and again those of us who simply want to exercise rights supposedly protected by the Constitution find the biggest perpetrators of infringements are its “guardians.” USA – -(Ammoland.com)- “The FBI has taken the position that it will not allow you to appeal your FBI background check and denial for an … Continue reading “FBI Refusing Appeals on NFA Denials”
May this never happen to this Country!
The Ghosts of the Somme 97 years ago today, nineteen Allied divisions went over the top in an all out assault on the Somme. When the sun set at the end of the day, 20,000 men lay dead. Another nearly 60,000 were wounded, many stranded in no-man’s land. Stretcher bearers dared the machine gun … Continue reading “What a waste of fine Infantry!”