It would never leave my gun safe if it was mine!
Now I have seen a few of these over the years at the range. All of them had been recalibrated into a 45-70 mode. I even got to shoot one once. It being totally done over as a type 45 sporter. It looked a lot like this one by the way. All things considered. It was … Continue reading “The Siamese / Thai Mauser”
I have always been amazed at how accurate these charcoal burner rifles are! Plus they are a lot of fun to shot. All I can say is that it must of taken a lot of guts to go into a fire fight with one of these during the war between the States!
It was more than likely your first rifle; in some configuration or another, a good .22 rimfire was probably what started you on the rifle path. The pursuit of rabbits and squirrels, the hours spent plinking tin cans, the sessions spent concentrating on the target’s center; all were important steps in becoming a hunter and … Continue reading “Training with your 22 Long Rifle – Time Well Spent by PHIL MASSARO”
Must be quite a story there to be told !
For when you want to really make a noise at the range or make some bad folk really unhappy!
I would definitely not be upset if I got one of these for my Birthday (Hint its 30 Dec.) or come Christmas! As it looks as much fun as a bunch of short folks* at a happy hour bar! (*From my limit Experience on this 3rd rock from the Sun. They have proven to me … Continue reading “A Really nice looking Browning Bpr Grade #1 22 Magnum with a Leupold Scope”
After the War to end all wars. The US Government had a surplus of rifles in their arsenals. So what to do with all these rifles. I mean there was only so much space to store them. Well the Doughboys as the GI’s were called back them. By various means took quite a few of … Continue reading “Some thoughts on the The M1917 Enfield, the “American Enfield””