Review: Bushmaster Minimalist Gets Back to Basics By Brian McCombie

The Bushmaster Minimalist returns to the origins of the AR design, offering a lightweight and nimble multipurpose rifle. Bushmaster Minimalist Review Snapshot: The new Bushmaster Minimalist offers everything you need and nothing you don’t Available in 5.56 NATO or .300 BLK, the Minimalist is a capable, lightweight carbine With its ALG Defense Advanced Combat Trigger, … Continue reading “Review: Bushmaster Minimalist Gets Back to Basics By Brian McCombie”

Project Appleseed (I just keep learning stuff from WIKI!)

Project Appleseed is a rifle marksmanship clinic that focuses on teaching traditional rifle marksmanship from standing, sitting/kneeling, and prone positions over a two-day weekend shooting clinic for what is termed an “Appleseed”. It is one of the major activities of The Revolutionary War Veterans Association (RWVA), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that teaches and promotes traditional rifle marksmanship, while also teaching American … Continue reading “Project Appleseed (I just keep learning stuff from WIKI!)”

Here in deed was a man!

Tom Threepersons by Skeeter Skelton Shooting Times Magazine October 1980 Mention the name Tom Threepersons in New York or Chicago, and you’ll probably evoke a small response. But to utter this full-blooded Cherokee Indian’s name along the Mexican border is to inspire a string of yarns stretching from the Gulf of California to the Gulf of … Continue reading “Here in deed was a man!”