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Our intern's M1 Garand was in nearly perfect condition, but it had a bore fouled with copper from years of shooting without cleaning. Copper Killer and Copper Cream were up to the task.
This story comes from a California-based writer, but this problem exists throughout the country. Leaving trash after a shooting session hurts everyone who enjoys the outdoors and creates a negative impression of shooters as a group. Protect our sport and clean up after shooting. An Ethical Responsibility for Recreation Target Practice By Sterling White […]
Roger Johnson explains how to paperpatch bullets.
Have you ever argued with a liberal firearms expert? Here are some useful facts to help move the conversation along.
The fact that .38 Specials can be fired in a .357 Magnum chamber is well known. Why they are called .38s is a little more obscure.
Will Scherer puts LT-32 through its paces with his broad collection of varmint rifles.
If you purchased Ramshot Hunter powder after August, 2016, check to confirm that you do not have Lot 489. Information can be found on the back of the one pound bottle.