he gunfire that erupted at the horrific Las Vegas shooting massacre sounded faster than usual. Many people, like myself, believed he had a fully automatic weapon. What it very well could be in fact, is a bump fire stock.
I've wanted an AR-15 for quite some time, and there was finally too good of a deal to pass up. I ordered a Palmetto State Armory 16" Mid-Length 5.56 NATO 1/7 Nitride MOE EPT Freedom Rifle online, and just picked it up from the dealer today.
I don't spend the time I should with my dad, especially up at the deer shack which is his favorite place. When I bought 2 new guns recently and was going to go shoot them with my lady, I invited Dad too. Where I shoot is close to the deer shack so it was pretty easy to convince him...
The Marlin model 336 rifle is a very popular gun used for big game hunting for years. It's a fantastic rifle, and I love mine. But recently I've had a problem where after I load ammo and work the action, it gets stuck. The only way to fix it is to disassemble the gun and put it back together. How does it happen? This video explains it.
I love shooting clay targets, but there's a common problem. Finding someone that can throw a clay pigeon with a hand thrower. There's a trick to it, and you need to have enough arm strength to get it into the air.
Some people love Glock handgun, and some people hate them. I'm a satisfied owner, and the reason I bought a Glock was because I believed they are the most reliable handgun out there. Well this guy Eric modified a Glock 17 to shoot fully automatic, and tried to cause a meltdown with the gun after shooting hundreds of rounds in succession. Pretty cool idea.
We were sitting around the conference table at work earlier this month, trying to figure out unique things to do for Halloween. We wanted to do something with carving pumpkins, but we needed to make it more exciting. We happen to also be gun enthusiasts, so why not give this a try?