Wayne County Commissioner Introduces Ammunition Control Detroit, Michigan –-(Ammoland.com)- Wayne County commissioner Reggie Davis decided that since he can’t ban guns due to the Second Amendment, he would go after ammunition sales. Davis is proposing new rules for the purchase of ammunition in Wayne County. Wayne County is the most populous county in Michigan. It is home … Continue reading “Wayne-county-commissioner-introduces-ammunition-control/#ixzz5WnJ1oWvE Under Creative Commons License: Attribution Follow us: @Ammoland on Twitter | Ammoland on Facebook Wayne County Commissioner Introduces Ammunition Control Ammoland Inc. Posted on September 18, 2018 by John Crump”
Now these are a great starter gun for Folks just getting into rifle shooting. What with the lightweight and almost no recoil of the 22 long rifle round. But one would be wise to replace the rear sight with either a scope or a peep sight. As the rear sight is really only the weakness … Continue reading “Henry Repeating Arms Classic Lever Action H001, Blue & Black 18 ¼” Lever Action Rifle in 22lr”
Interesting Magna porting on this rifle to help with the recoil.
https://youtu.be/nZxaSVwnNO0 A Jury of your “Peers”
Even with the new style of stuff used. (Stainless Steel & Laminated Wood) This is still a great looking rifle! Grumpy
CA Gov. Jerry Brown Vetoed Bipartisan Wildfire Management Bill in 2016 Posted by Katy Grimes at 1:03 am on Aug 08, 2018 Last year, as all Hell was breaking loose in California as residents were burned out of their homes, neighborhoods and businesses, Gov. Jerry Brown was jetting around the world spouting climate change propaganda, and calling this California’s ‘new … Continue reading “Some heretical thoughts about California & it’s fires”
by WAYNE LINCOURT on NOVEMBER 9, 2017 Ideally, to pick the best revolver for your daily carry or backup, you’d want to do a lot of shooting with everyone you could get your hands on. I mean thousands of rounds in all kinds of conditions. The downside to that is that it would take an L-O-N-G time! Turns out that … Continue reading “Top 3 Concealable Wheelguns — Revolvers Reign Supreme”
BY DAVID E. PETZAL AND PHIL BOURJAILY SEPTEMBER 15, 2006 From 1963 until 1996, Winslow Arms (first based in Florida, then in South Carolina) produced bolt-action sporting rifles the likes of which were never seen before, and will never be seen again. They were bolt-action centerfires, all based on commercial FN Mauser actions. All had blind magazines, and … Continue reading “Winslow Arms: Wildly Impractical, Yet Works of Art”