Shooting the Colt Cooper M2012 Rifle in .260Rem

By Ammoland By Bob Shell Colt Cooper M2012 Rifle in .260 Rem AmmoLand Gun News Apache Junction, AZ –-(Ammoland.com)- At various times during their history Colt has produced rifles for the sporting market other then the various m-16 products. Their newest venture Colt has teamed up with Cooper Firearms of Montana on a bolt action […]

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Trust in government? Are you kidding?

By Tam It’s okay, I’m sure there were proper warrants for this: http://t.co/cXCJHofpMl— Tamara K. (@TamSlick) May 15, 2014 You know, if I were even as little as 33% sure that all those routers were destined for overseas clients, I wouldn’t lose a wink of sleep. And I don’t even necessarily mean Moscow or Tehran. […]

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Survival Food Criteria

By Ken Jorgustin Survival preparedness websites, blogs, forums, all emphasize the message of procuring a storage of survival food to be rotated and used during times of need or when TSHTF. In fact it is probably the most often written-about topic on many of these sites, rightfully so I suppose. It is the basic fundamental […]

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30 Cal Gal Anette Wachter on Accurate Fire

By Dan Zimmerman The NRA’s out with their latest Tips and Tactics series vid and this time they’ve enlisted a new shooter. The 30 Cal Gal herself, Anette Wachter covers breath control, loading your trigger, all after achieving a comfortable wobble zone. Which we sincerely wish we knew how to do, if for no other […]

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National Sporting Clays Association Selects Don Currie as Chief Instructor

By Justin Stakes Don Currie National Sporting Clays Association San Antonio, TX. (Ammoland.com)- NSCA Level III instructor Don Currie has been named Chief Instructor of the NSCA Instructor Certification Program. Currie replaces Gary Greenway who is retiring after serving 10 years as the Chief Instructor. Currie was selected by the NSCA Executive Committee following a […]

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