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Ruger’s 77/44 – The Next Generation 44 Magnum Carbine Part I With just a little bit of flare

02/01/2020 Live in a state with predominately rolling hills and mountainous terrain, both covered in dense tree growth, populate it with deer and black bear and the occasional moose, and you will quickly see the appeal of the little Ruger 77/44 carbine. Chambered for the 44 Remington Magnum, with shooting distances inside 100 yards, the…

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Ruger’s 77/44 – The Next Generation 44 Magnum Carbine Part II The 44 Magnum and a little 44 Special - Preliminary

02/05/2020 CarbineCarl949.6@instagoogle writes, “Joe, I know you are old, live in the woods and should be given a little leeway in deference to diminished mental acuity, but you’ve posted a picture of brass. That is definitely not a Ruger 77/44, so what’s up?”. Good eye there Sparky, you are absolutely right. The truth of the…

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Marlin’s 1894 Lever Action in 45 Colt Lever guns in modern times

02/08/2020 It is 11:30 AM and snow has not fallen for at least one hour. The forecast was for a snow storm that began at 3:30 AM to continue on until 5:00PM. History offers two outcomes. The first is that clearing snow now will result in the snow resuming at the conclusion of the effort…

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Browning X-Bolt Pro Tungsten in 7mm Rem Magnum Part I A case of mechanical mutualism

01/10/2020 For me, Browning products have always been, metaphorically speaking, the Mercedes-Benz AMG of production firearms. While Browning has its custom shop and share of very  fancy grade limited production firearms, it is the typical Browning sold through gun shops around the world that impress me the most. They have a subtle, refined look and…

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Remington’s 300 Ultra Mag and the Remington American Wilderness Rifle Part II Heavy bullet handloads

01/01/2020 The higher velocity generated by a magnum version of any given caliber yields a number of benefits. Higher velocity, means reduced time in flight, which means a farther distance can be reached before significant effects of gravity are felt. With relative increases in velocity come kinetic energy increases at the square of the increase…

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