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All else being equal, Beretta wins here:
“ magazines and and parts are relatively easy to find”.
Both are excellent. More market support for the S&W.
All else being equal, buy American.
I’m a fan of the .30-30, .38-55, and the .35 Remington, as well. Most of my “bucket list” rifles have been offered in one or more of these three...
Ruger. Easy choice. The SP101 is an excellent revolver. Wish they made the bobbed hammer and 3” models in 9mm as well.
Ruger PC Carbine with a wood stock, mlok fore end.
Expand the LCR concept to medium and large frames.
But most of all, I want Mossberg to scale...
I’d prefer a wood stock with the M-lok fore end.
I run into bears, cougars and wolves quite a bit where I live. I’ve been here 12 years, and in spring especially, it isn’t uncommon to encounter...
Well, nearly year’s end, and I bought none of the items on my list. Passed on a beat up Police Positive, a beautiful I-frame .32, and a 36...
Hornady 90 grain XTP
Thanks! It’s no work of art, but I like it so far.
I think the takeaway for me has been to inspect thoroughly prior to purchase. I may not have...
My bride took me “pew pew shopping” (her words) for my birthday. I ended up taking a chance on a Taurus 856 Ultralight. I’ve never owned a...
Very nice! My favorite working rifle is a 336 in .35 Remington. Mine has a 1.5-4.5 scope on it, and is banged up from being dragged around in...