The Problem with Gun World

  In 1973 the movie Westworld depicted an android populated world where want-to-be cowboys or gunslingers could live out their wild west fantasies. The price of admission was high but the potential satisfaction of being John Wayne for a week was alluring. Like all apparent perfec
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Lawyers, Guns, and Money – Triggers and Nonsense

Not too long ago Mossberg acquired the rights to a patent for a drop in trigger; a trigger designed by someone else. Mossberg then proceeded to file suit against a host of trigger manufacturers – including Timney – for infringement on the patent they now owned. There is no
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Christmas Gifts from $ 10 to $ 1000

It’s that time. Time to buy the gun loving, outdoor living, knife wielding, whiskey drinking person in your life something special. I know, you have no idea what to get them. Well, I’m here to help, with eight gift suggestions from $ 10.00 to $1000.00. Less than $ 10 ($ 9.99) Hornady
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Finding Bigfoot and the Sasquatch Rifle – Part 1

Last night as I tossed and turned in an effort to drift off, it hit me that my arsenal of firearms is missing something very important. My collection of guns does not include a Sasquatch rifle. I was somewhat stunned that this revelation had never came upon me until after the half cen
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Johnny Walker – Hillbilly

Appalachia is a cultural region of the eastern United States. Geographical reference books claim it runs from Mississippi to New York. But those who most often write those books don’t live there or understand those who do. The heart Appalachia is the mountains of West Virginia; the on
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Mossberg Fun

The thing I really like about Mossberg is that they offer guns – made in America guns – that work and that don’t give your credit card diarrhea. This newest release is an AR style pistol in .22 LR. that weighs about three pounds, has a six inch barrel and the magazin
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The Duck Commanders get better arms.

“The Duck Commander franchise was built on hard work, family values and our great American heritage. As an iconic, hard-working American product, made by a family-owned company, Mossberg is a perfect partnership for our team,” said Willie Robertson, CEO, Duck Commander. A match made i
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Things I saw while hunting varmints in Wyoming

You never know what you might see on a hunt. Here are some images from the Denver airport all the way out to Nowhere, Wyoming.
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