Cooper’s Load

In his book, To Ride, Shoot Straight, and Speak the Truth, Cooper stated, “All scouts up to now have been in caliber .308, and the chronograph insists that the proper loading can start a 150-grain bullet from a 19 inch barrel at a couple clicks over 2700 f/s. These ballistics served Theodore Roosevelt and Steward Edward White very well in Africa, and they still can.”

Take-Down Survival Rifles

I like take-down rifles. I probably like them more than their actual worth, but that’s probably true with a lot of things I like. Most often, take-down rifles are considered to be survival rifles, but they don’t have to be. Traveling hunters can benefit from take-down rifles too. Having traveled all of the world hunting, I can truly appreciate carrying a compact …

The Beginner’s Guide to Concealed Carry

Carrying a handgun for personal protection is becoming more and more popular. Just recently, with the current China Virus situation, it seems we have a lot of new gun owners who have finally realized they alone are responsible for their safety. Guns, ammo, holsters, and accessories are all part of the plan, but too many do not know or forget that mindset …