While it is slightly strange looking rifle in this configuration. I myself kinda like it. As opposed to the frankly boring sea of look alike plastic junk that is trying to pass as a Rifle. Your opinion about this are encouraged and welcome! PS I wish Browning would not put its sticker on the barrel. … Continue reading “An intriguing looking Browning X-Bolt Grade IV/V Hunter in the Classic caliber of 30-06 with a Octagon Bbl.”
The One I shot liked to bite the web of my hand for some reason.
I wish I had bought one when they were so cheap back in the 70’s!
I think that it is pretty obvious that this NOT your usual Bubba Sporterized 1903! Somebody had the cash & or the Talent to make a rifle that could compete with almost any other High End Shootin Iron! Grumpy This is some mighty fine looking wood! God Bless who ever was or is “GEO, SCHIELKE / … Continue reading “Here is another Example on Why a lot of Sporterized 1903 Springfields are such a good deal today- A 1903 in 22-250”
The M1903A4 was the U.S. Army’s sniper rifle of choice during the Second World War. The M1903A4 was a variation of the M1903A3. The only difference between receivers was that the model and serial number on the receiver were split on 1903a4 to make room for the redfield scope mount. The redfield scope mount … Continue reading “M82 Scope 1903A4 Sniper Rifle”
I have shot several of these fine rifles over the years. from which I have learned that they as accurate & as fun as they look!
This is an excellent example of Post WWII Mosin / Nagant carbine. (Why they put a folding bayonet on it escapes me!) Anyways I saw a lad fire one of these at the local range.To say the Recoil and report were impressive. Would be like the British term an understatement of the first degree! But … Continue reading “Russian/Polish Mosin Nagant M44 Super Polish/Russian”
This is just poetry in action at the highest level! Enjoy! … Continue reading “Someday! – Gunmaking at Holland & Holland”
The “Squadron” 1911 from Auto-Ordnance. (Photo: Auto-Ordnance) As part of its WWII commemorative series, Auto-Ordnance this week unveiled their Custom “Squadron” 1911 pistol. Made to look like American fighter planes from the Second World War, e.g. P-40 Warhawk, the Squadron 1911 features unforgettable “shark mouth” nose art on the muzzle and the Army Air Corps … Continue reading “Inspired by WWII Fighter Planes, Auto-Ordnance Unveils Custom ‘Squadron’ 1911 Pistol by S.H. BLANNELBERRY”