"I deplore… the putrid state into which our newspapers have passed and the malignity, the vulgarity, and mendacious spirit of those who write for them… These ordures are rapidly depraving the public taste and lessening its relish for sound food. As vehicles of information and a curb on our funtionaries, they have rendered themselves useless by forfeiting all title to belief… This has, in a great degree, been produced by the violence and malignity of party spirit." –Thomas Jefferson to Walter Jones, 1814.
While “Big Bore” mania has been circulating for a while now, a newer cartridge is finding its way to the head of the popularity pack: The .450 Bushmaster. If you want a closer look at the history behind this powerful cartridge, its specifications, who it’s for and how to build a .450 Bushmaster rifle, then you’ll love this article. Let’s get started!
Among the most misunderstood action types is the selective double-action handgun. The SDA is among the best suited to some types of shooting and compliments individual shooting styles well. It isn’t for everyone, but has proven to be a good choice for shooters who take time to understand the type.
EOTech has long been known for its high-quality, reliable sighting systems. In fact, U.S. elite military units commonly use EOTech sights and scopes. But with dozens of optics out there, which one should you choose? There’s no wrong answer. But here are 10 we’re particularly fond of.
There are good-quality handguns, decent affordable handguns and then there are cheap guns. The SIG P-Series offers excellent reliability, accuracy and handling. They are not inexpensive, but the SIG design is simply uncompromising. The pistol was intended to meet the needs of German police and special units during the first wave of terrorism. Let’s take a look at SIG carry guns and what terms like SAS and SRT mean.