Howdy everyone, just a couple quick questions that I'd like to get everyone's opinion on. I've made a few of my own arrows this past winter with a hand plane and it would take me about 1 day to make…Continue
Howdy everyone, this is my first post on here and I was looking for some insight. Are any of you firearms instructors or know of anyone who is one as a career? I did some serious thinking about where…Continue
1. Creator - you take responsibility to follow the greatest commandments: Love the Lord your God with all your heart and to love your neighbor as your self
2. Self - you take responsibility (and…"
"colts arent worth the price imo i dont trust remington after the model 700 and r 51 debacle if you want a gi thats made in usa i can suggest inland or springfield ... but i own a rock island and for the money you honestly cant beat it "
"I don't own one, but I've shot a friend's a number of times. The first time, I went into it thinking that I was shooting it as more of a historical experience than a good shooting one, and boy was I wrong. It was a delight…"
"I've owned 2 Taurus 1911s and both have been excellent. Good triggers, reliable, and lots of nice options for the money. One of them had a problem with the 2 halves of the ambidextrous safety coming apart, but a different safety or…"
"I have one of the Remington 1911s and it is an extremely well made gun. Tightly fitted, accurate with an excellent trigger and very good sights. I can highly recommend this gun. Also, in American made guns, look for Ruger's 1911, they have a…"
Hello Gents, I'm planning on buying my first handgun and I am really leaning towards a 1911. I love the American image of a 1911, the history behind it and the design itself. I also am a big fan of the .45 ACP round, and the fact that it is an all steel handgun. Anyone have any suggestions as to what entry level 1911 would be a good choice? I'm looking at $800 as my limit. I know a lot of people like the RIA 1911 but I would prefer something made in America. Been hearing good things about the…See More
Hello everyone! I just joined this group because I figured this would be the place to come for all wood related questions. I have been making wooden arrows for the past couple of months and experimenting with a couple different woods. I was wondering if anyone could give me information on the following species of wood such as density, strength, straightness, and ability to take a stain, also availability from local lumber yards. The woods I am considering right now are Birch, Sugar Maple (have…See More
"--Vendetta, I suggest you dig through a few years worth of the early autumn/autumn months editions of Field & Stream and Outdoor Life magazines. Lots of stuff for the neophyte or just anyone who wants basic information on deer hunting."
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"I love hunting, the only problem is that I don't really know anyone else that does! I don't really have access to anyone to teach me the finer points and show me the ropes.I have mostly done pheasant hunting, but that is expensive to get a…"
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