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  • BEWARE: Gun Writers Aren’t What They Used To Be!

    Exploring the evolving fiction of gun writing by Bob Campbell Some people are never lost but instead keep putting one foot ahead and don’t give up. Others don’t quite reach the destination. I think that “Internet commandos” and “fanboys” as derisive name tags don’t quite carry the weight they used to as there are so … The post BEWARE: Gun Writers Aren’t What They Used To Be! appeared first on Shoot On.

  • UPDATE: Major American Ammo Brands Purchase in Question; High-Level Political Engagement Now Involved

    The sale of Vista Outdoors’ legacy ammunition brands — Federal, Remington, Speer, and CCI — to the Czechoslovak Group (owner of ammunition manufacturer Fiocchi) seemed to be on a smooth glide to landing just a few months ago. Now, that sale could be wrecked by a couple of senators, an emergent and mysterious capital investor, … The post UPDATE: Major American Ammo Brands Purchase in Question; High-Level Political Engagement Now Involved appeared first on Shoot On.

  • FIRST TEST: Steiner H6Xi Riflescope

    Debuting on the heels of Steiner’s tactical T6Xi riflescope introduction, the new H6Xi series taps the former’s professional credentials to deliver an optic platform that is lighter, shorter, and ideally suited for hunting or extended-range field work. by Rob Reaser It is a common phrase that “steel sharpens steel.” The idea, of course, is that … The post FIRST TEST: Steiner H6Xi Riflescope appeared first on Shoot On.

  • Why Plains Indians Didn’t Wear Holsters

    Long after the U.S. cavalry carried Colts, tribes stuck to the bow. Could arrows trump bullets? by Wayne van Zwoll The Oregon Trail, from Independence, Missouri, to Oregon City, Oregon, was established by fur trappers before 1815. Later, more than 300,000 settlers braved the 2,170-mile Trail, whose forks snaked to California and Washington. Fueled by … The post Why Plains Indians Didn’t Wear Holsters appeared first on Shoot On.

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