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Following the Civil War, Army Ordnance sought a cost effective way of altering the large inventory of serviceable .58 caliber muzzle-loading rifle-muskets into breech-loading rifles chambered for a self-primed metallic ....Read More
A 4th of July Tribute Part 2 John MacIlduff My great, great, great, great, great Grandfather, John MacIlduff, fought in the American Revolution. Not in well-known battles fought along the ....Read More
More Super .38 Shenanigans: The Pachmayr-Tussey-Patton Pistol Colt Super .38 Some years ago, whilst researching “The M1911 Complete Owner’s Guide,” I came across a Pachmayr custom M1911 in ....Read More
This week’s Thursday Day at the Range features something new to the series, a Ruger SP101 revolver. However, there’s a familiar twist; it’s chambered in “9mm Parabellum.” Yep, another 9x19mm ....Read More