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  1. CountryGent

    Reloaders: How did you get into said?

    Did you learn how to reload from a relative or friend? A workshop or class? Self-taught? Inquiring minds want to know. (Well, at least one does.) Thanks. :)
  2. CountryGent

    Hunters Lodge?

    Anyone done business with this outfit? They have a couple revolvers, and possibly rifle, in the latest Firearms News that I'm interested in. I take pause because the prices are abnormally low, particularly considering the gunpocylpse. That and their site looks like something from 1998 and...
  3. CountryGent

    Q&A: Silencers with Kevin Brittingham of AAC & Q

    Interesting Headstamp Publishing is coming out with a silencer history book soon. Anywho, just passing along the discussion that focuses on cans and not so much the aforementioned book.
  4. CountryGent

    Little optic for carry handle equipped AR?

    A while back I saw a very compact telescope scope for ARs with a carry handle upper. I was thinking it would be a good addition to the abbreviated AR we have: Recommendations? Thank you. :)
  5. CountryGent

    Anyone use eForms Recently?

    So, I have another Form 1 project (SBR) under works. I'm planning on having the threading and action work done first while it is still Title I. Then I will file for the stamp. I plan on using eForms since it is back now, albeit requiring mailing in fingerprint cards. (There are only two...
  6. CountryGent

    Prescription Shooting Glasses?

    We're looking to acquire prescription shooting glasses for my sidekick (@TeacherSmurf). Though I know he is a shooter, I don't know that our optometrist carries such a thing. I'd have to imagine there are options online, so am searching on that now. If anyone has had good experience with a...
  7. CountryGent

    Your source for steel targets?

    I just got back from the home range and am I reminded that we need to replace our targets. The ones up there are either completely toast or close to it. I'm looking to setting up 3-4 different sized steel targets, at various ranges, on said. I've bought them off the Intertubes from various...
  8. CountryGent

    Once popular shooting sports?

    What shooting sports do you think of that used to be very popular, but, for whatever reason, have slowly faded away? Why do you think it happened? Any attempts to revitalize them? Any fond memories to share? Thanks! :)
  9. CountryGent

    Failed cartridges...

    Today I stopped by a small sporting goods store that has been around since, according to the wife of the owner, 1946. I remember going there as a youth for fishing supplies, and with my father and older brother for firearm-related items back in the 1980s. My reason for visiting was largely...
  10. CountryGent

    .44 Magnum Autoloaders circa 2018?

    So, I recently acquired a revolver in .44 Magnum and like it very much thus far. Alas, trigger time has been hampered by real life, but I look forward to more times on the home range. I'm also reading an old book (circa 1995) entitled Hand Cannons: The World's Most Powerful Handguns. In...
  11. CountryGent

    FFL Checklist

    Well, I've been planning on setting up an 01FFL side business for some time now. This month, I've started to get the ducks in the row for just that. I've got the paperwork, essentially, completed and ready to be sent off the first week of next month. I started this thread for two reasons...
  12. CountryGent

    Pritchard's 19th Century Precharged Air Gun

    This is a pretty neat video on early 19th century air gun tech. I remember seeing something similar in a museum, and Ian references it, among the equipment Lewis and Clark had on their famous journey. Anyway, I just thought I'd pass it along in case others find it of interest. Cheers.
  13. CountryGent

    Your bowling pin handguns?

    My father used to, albeit on rare occasions, do bowling pin shoots back in the day (1980s). Last year I read a couple books on the topic (Pin Shooting: A Complete Guide, by Mitchell Ota and Hit the White Part by Massad Ayoob) and I find it interesting. This summer, in addition to some other...
  14. CountryGent

    Gunsmithing Bibliography?

    An idea I am working on got me to thinking about this. I have a few books on gunsmith (general and specific to a type), but I would be interested in reading more on the subject. So what books would you recommend on the topic? It can be on any aspect of the trade and any firearm type, as long...
  15. CountryGent

    Vostok Margolin .22LR target pistol?

    The Mrs (@TeacherSmurf) has an interest in these pistolas as they were used as the basis of Princess Leia's sidearm in several pictures: A New Hope Return of the Jedi The Last Jedi Anywho, I don't know much about them. Were the ever imported into the US? I read somewhere that...
  16. CountryGent

    Grab a Gun, Yea or Nay?

    So, over the years, most of my online firearms purchases, at least Title I stuff, has been with the auctions sites (Auction Arms and Gunbroker). I found the carbine I'm after for a good price, and very low shipping, on Grab a Gun tonight. I haven't used them before, so I thought I'd toss it...
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