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A defective shotgun and an accidental discharge make a very memorable search warrant.
The Guru takes on Barrel Break-In Procedures.
Reece Talley, a California Hunter's Safety instructor, shares his experiences with Blackhorn 209 while teaching another generation of hunters.
A brush with an illegal breeder in the sagebrush country of California reveals a real threat to ranchers and native species. By Jim Waddell
When is light and handy to little for the job at hand. The Guru knows.
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Not as in a boxing tournament, but my long overdue report. I believe that I mentioned in an article past that I would be focusing on this for a while. The sojourn has had some interesting side trips into discovery as well.
One of the best minds in the terminal ballistics world weighs in on the age old question of which is better: The 45 ACP or the 9mm Parabellum.
Michael "Guru" Whitlock notes the passing of the great Lee Ermey.