© by Sniper’s Hide Mils or MOA This debate is never going to end, but we should agree on the facts. Every day we see the uninformed arguments how one angular unit of measurement is better than the other. The truth of the matter is, one is not better, they are just different ways of … Continue reading “Mils or MOA which is right for you …or why bigger is better by Frank Galli”
The Mannlicher-Schoenauer rifle dates to 1903 when the 6.5x54mm cartridge and both military and civilian rifles to shoot it were introduced. Austria and Greece adopted the 1903 military rifle and the 6.5×54 cartridge that same year. The 1903 Mannlicher rifles and carbines were the last designs of Ferdinand Ritter Von Mannlicher, who died the next … Continue reading “Something you will not see everyday – A Steyr Fischer 1903 Mannlicher Schoenauer British Marked, Blue 22 Bolt Action Rifle & Pecar Champion 4x Scope, MFD 1903-24 C&R 7mm Mauser (7x57mm)”
590A1 Retrograde looks striking with walnut furniture. Mossberg turns 100 this year; ten consecutive decades of leading the charge in high-quality American firearms. And on that centenarian anniversary, they have decided to make something special, the 590A1 and 500 Retrograde editions. Fitting, I think, that they chose these shotguns. While Mossberg has created every type … Continue reading “Mossberg 590A1 Retrograde – A Birthday Present from Mossberg to Us by CLAY MARTIN”
Now you can guess why they cost so much!