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Range Report: SIG P232 (.380)

sigp232-thumb.jpgI'm not a big fan of .380s, or double actions, but the little SIG was one of the few guns at the range that I hadn't shot, so I tried it reluctantly. I was pleasantly surprised at what a great shooter it is.

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Range Report: Agulia .22 Colibrí


For National Ammo Day I bought 50 rounds of Agulia .22 Colibrí to try in my basement along with an assortment of other .22 LR to see what my H & R Sportsman break-top nine-shot target revolver and my Ruger 10/22 rifle like to shoot.

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Range Report: Para-Ordnance LDA (.45)

At a glance, the Para-Ordnance LDA looks like most 1911-style autos, but there's a difference. The 1911 design was single-action only. The LDA ("Light Double Action") is double-action only (DAO). After each shot, the hammer returns to the de-cocked position, like a revolver.

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Range Report: Smith & Wesson 686 (.357)

If I could only have one handgun to last a lifetime, it would be a .357 revolver with a four inch barrel, adjustable sights, in stainless steel. Lo and behold, that's the gun I shot tonight in the form of Smith & Wesson's 686.

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WHY WE SHOOT

It's different for everyone.

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A QUESTION FROM A READER

A female reader has problems with finding the correct concealed carry method. Can we help her?

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TO BE ALIVE UNDER A PERFECT SKY

Two versions of the .30-40 Krag are available. Which one is right for you?

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Melissa Learns to Shoot, and Reviews of the Buckmark Camper and Ruger 22/45

Melissa has never shot a gun before, so I offered to take her to the local pistol range, Guncraft Sports, which I've blogged about before. This is a wrapup of her first time shooting, and a review of the Browning Buckmark Camper and Ruger 22/45 pistols.

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WRAP SOME LEATHER AROUND THAT GUN

You can't keep carrying it around in your pocket. What concealed carry holster is right for you?

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