Tag Archives: gunsmithing

You, Too, Can Screw Up a 1911

It has come to my attention that a lot of you folks still don’t know how to properly screw up a 1911. Therefore, as a service to my many friends in the shooting sports, I am offering this quick study … Continue reading

Posted in Guns, Philosophy, Semi-Auto | Tagged , , , , , , | 109 Comments

Back to the Basics

Just a few days ago another 1911 arrived at my door. This one from the good folks at Colt Firearms. It is their current production Series 70 Government Model, in .45 ACP. To say that I am glad to see … Continue reading

Posted in Gear, Guns, Semi-Auto | Tagged , , , , , , , | 198 Comments

Getting Ready

As you have probably heard by now, Il Ling New, Richard Mann, and I, are going to be hunting in Mozambique this coming August. Richard and I will be hunting cape buffalo and Il Ling will be after antelope, though … Continue reading

Posted in Gear, Hunting, Philosophy, Rifles | Tagged , , , , , , , | 20 Comments

A Lawman’s Carbine

I have a little confession to make. I’ve never been a big fan of AR rifles. Now—wait a minute— I’m not knocking them and think everybody that wants one should own one. I’m just saying they never have really suited … Continue reading

Posted in Guns, Peace Officers, Rifles | Tagged , , , , , | 38 Comments