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My Old Winchester Model 70 Part I And the 243 Winchester

It seems it has been raining here in Maine for weeks. Not really, it just seems that way. But I have had the misfortune of not being able to mow the long, or seal the deck, or weed the garden.  As an upside, the anti squirrel bird feed and custom chipmunk baffle have keep the…

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Bye, Bye Miss American Pie Part II I handloaded only four bullets, so I made the picture bigger

My prior experience with the Remington Model 700 CP was with a 300 Blackout 10.5″ barrel version. The firearm was very good, but the combination was lacking. Supersonic velocity loads were short range deer worthy, but it is a lot of gun mass for thet level of power delivered. Subsonic, it was terrific with heavy…

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Bye, Bye Miss American Pie Part I The Remington Model 700 Chassis Pistol in 308 Winchester

Excellent day, today. I’ve been working on the thrasher, our 2005 Ford Escape with 150,000 miles on the odometer. A replacement Optima battery had been ordered from Amazon, after receiving guidance from that site’s replacement parts compatibility feature. The price was $34 less than the same product at Wally’s. The old battery was pulled, the…

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Smith & Wesson’s M&P 15 Sport II OR M-LOK Basic model, not a beginner's model

07/04/2021 We recently published a review of the Smith and Wesson M&P 15T and, now, thought it would be good to briefly cover the lower cost AR 15 in the Smith and Wesson line up. The M&P 15 and M&P 15 II are higher end products, factory supplied with a number of features and accessories…

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Savage’s Impulse in 300 Winchester Magnum Part 1 I have some work ahead of me

It looks as though Savage Arms, out from under the Vista Outdoor corporate umbrella, has a bright future with innovation and market expansion as the new company’s objectives. Savage CEO Al Kasper, who has been with Savage since 1996, would seem to have the best perspective on the company’s potential. I would guess that Savage…

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