Having just competed The Outlaw I was left with a cap-and-ball cylinder I had no use for and a metal lathe that was doing nothing particular at that moment. Hmmm… I wonder if I can bore this out to shoot the original .44 Colt?* I pulled the nipples, chucked up the cylinder and turned down […]
If you missed last night’s Training Talk episode, you’ll definitely want to watch the replay!
My Guest Expert was Joshua Gideon, who presented us with a conundrum: what happens when technology becomes both friend and foe?
We looked at a number of technologies and the implications — both good and bad — of relying on them. From pairing your phone in a rental car to modern internet-enabled appliances, we discussed these new technologies can be hacked (sometimes surprisingly easily) …
Unless you have been living under a rock, you know that this past weekend there was deadly violence on the streets of America. A terrorist drove his car into a crowd of protesters, killed Heather Heyer and injured some 19 others. We are angry and sad about that. But...
By Ashley Brugnone, CMP Writer CAMP PERRY, Ohio – Overtaking the Springfield M1A Match fired at the 2017 National Rifle Matches was William Keil, 46, of Omaha, NE, with a score of 377-6x. He initially thought his score was only average – never dreaming that he could be the champion of the event. “I felt good about my shots. I Continue Reading
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