All About the PTR 91 (G3 Pattern Rifle)

PTR 91 G.I. General Specifications Caliber: .308 or 7.62 NATO Action: Delayed Blowback Roller-Lock System (Semi-Auto) Overall length: 40 ½” Weight: 9.5 lb Barrel: 18” match grade, H&K profile, tapered barrel Magazine: 20rd   Where to begin... I will start off with the fact that this rifle is pure nostalgia, and definitely belongs in any …

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My Sad Realization: There Is No Single “Perfect Pistol”

Yeah maybe I'm late on this train, but I still think this is important to talk about. Every day, I have customers that walk in and want to feel. Every. Single. Pistol. And then, they don't even end up picking one at all because they are so dead set on this so called "perfect pistol" …

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How to Read the Proof Markings on your Mosin Nagant (Simplified)

You can't go wrong with an old Military Surplus rifle, especially when they still fire just right! Each Mosin is unique in it's own way - they all have their own little quirks and personalities. I've had 4 Nagants in the past few years and each one was fairly different in the way it handled, …

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$400 “Poor Man’s Carbine” (The New Age for the AR-15)

I can remember the days when a bone stock AR-15 with plastic furniture was easily $1000 and it was considered a high-end gun that you had to be serious about. Now fast forward to where the first (Budget AR-15) made its debut, you had your M&P Sport then the Ruger AR556 going for $600 - …

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Why the M1A Socom Scout Squad is Worth the Money

I absolutely love this rifle. It will always be my first choice, always. However, I am going to try my hardest to point out both the pros and cons of this rifle because I know this rifle is not good at everything in every situation (i.e, long distance precision shooting), even though I like to …

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