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Ruger’s PC Carbine – Chassis Edition Nothing less could be expected

When the Ruger PC Carbine was reintroduced a pistol caliber carbine in December 2017 and Ruger aptly dubbed it… the PC Carbine, I was shocked, amazed and awestruck. In fact, I distinctly remember thought bubbling, “Huh? Wait.. What?”. Now there are fifteen models and they are popping up like Tribbles. The PC Carbines are all…

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Remington’s R51 9mm Perseverance with an excellent result

I owned a Remington Model 51 for a number of years, a 32 Automatic, and really enjoyed shooting it for recreational target practice. It fed ammunition without hesitation and fired reliably, the pistol’s balance was good and it was subjectively a terrific looking pistol. The only reason I sold the nearly one-hundred year old Model…

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Ruger’s SR1911 Lightweight Officer-Style 9mm

My theory on carry guns and an egg analogy… As we get older, our waistline spreads, are hips narrow and our butts disappear. In short, we begin to morph into nature’s perfect shape, the egg. Consequently, the four pound forty-four mag that once rode proudly at our waist, now progressively falls to our ankles with…

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Ruger’s SR1911 in 9mm Luger

Sometimes, the physiological changes associated with maturation take unexpected turns, some with its their own rewards. Eyesight in the evenings without eyeglasses often means  general shape recognition rather than a high resolution view of the world. Last night, I encountered a large black and green beetle parked on the kitchen peninsula and gave it a…

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