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March 27, 2017

New on Real Guns®, "Ruger's American Pistol Compact Pro 45 Auto Part 1
Carries small, shoots big"

"…The Ruger's American Pistol was introduced in December 2015. A Compact version chambered in 9mm Luger was introduced in September 2016, the subject 45 caliber version was introduced in December 2016. While models within the product line differ in form, full size or compact, the presence of a manual safety and color, black or brown, they all share a common set of features that define the product line…"

March 23, 2017

New on Real Guns®, "Caldwell's Lead Sled® DFT™ 2
A letter of appreciation…written by my shoulder"

"My first encounter with the original Caldwell Lead Sled came just about twelve years ago. I was in the middle of a .500 Jeffery handload development project that involved pushing handloads; 600 grains, just under 2,500 feet per second of muzzle velocity and generating just a tad over 8,000 foot pounds of muzzle energy, fired from an 8.5 pound bolt action rifle without a muzzle brake. With a conventional front rest and rear shooting bag, every squeeze of the trigger resulted in face slapping, shoulder pounding, retina and rotator cuff stretching recoil. The effects of roughly 170 foot pounds of recoil.

March 20, 2017

New on Real Guns®, "Browning BAR MK 3 Stalker Part 2
Bullet Points"

"…Typically, autoloaders are not a favorite for handloading. They often have operating systems that function reliably within a narrow pressure / bullet weight band, accuracy is not terrific and short action versions are often bolt stroke and magazine length cartridge overall length limited. Fortunately, none of these restriction apply to the Browning BAR MK3.."

March 16, 2017

New on Real Guns®, "Browning BAR MK 3 Stalker Part 1
Something in basic black"

"…The Stalker, within the current BAR line up, is a purpose built hunting rifle. The finish is non-reflective, the synthetic stocks can take a good deal of field abuse and they are dimensionally stable regardless temperature or humidity. Like most modern hunting rifles, there are no metallic sights, however, the receiver top is drilled and tapped to accept optical or electro optical systems…"

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