• Can you collect ammo casings at gun ranges?

    I love to collect casing and sell them to reloadeds. I was wondering if gun ranges allow you to come in and pick up all the casings dropped by previous shooters. I know that it would depend on the gun range, but in general?
    I love to collect casing and sell them to reloadeds. I was wondering if gun ranges allow you to come in and pick up all the casings dropped by previous shooters. I know that it would depend on the gun range, but in general?
    17 answers · 2 days ago
  • Hunting section.... Are we dead yet?

    Sure seems like it. I believe Yahoo screwed the pooch years ago by nursing the liberal trolls, and at the same time penalizing the straight shooters.
    Sure seems like it. I believe Yahoo screwed the pooch years ago by nursing the liberal trolls, and at the same time penalizing the straight shooters.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • .410 for home defense, buckshot or slug?

    I have a .410 shotgun, 5 shell capacity, I have a box of 4 pellet 000 Buckshot shells, and I have a box of Rifled Slugs, What's a better load choice?
    I have a .410 shotgun, 5 shell capacity, I have a box of 4 pellet 000 Buckshot shells, and I have a box of Rifled Slugs, What's a better load choice?
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • I have a question for my gun lovers.?

    Best answer: I would not get the gen 5 Glock 19 - not because Glocks are not good, but because I NEVER buy anything that is newly introduced. I always wait at least a years for a new product before seriously considering purchasing it. That applies not only to firearms, but medicine, new software releases, model of cars,... show more
    Best answer: I would not get the gen 5 Glock 19 - not because Glocks are not good, but because I NEVER buy anything that is newly introduced. I always wait at least a years for a new product before seriously considering purchasing it. That applies not only to firearms, but medicine, new software releases, model of cars, anything.

    My take of this is based on over 30 years in quality assurance and project management where I have seen repeatedly how companies (include those with reputations for very high quality products) relent to pressure to release a new product before testing is completed or knowing certain defects/problems exist and has not been fixed. This happens because research and development is very expensive and the longer a product remains in R&D, it is eating up huge amounts of capital (in some cases $millions) everyday, so more often than not the new product is released into the market just to get some cash flow going while the problem is being addressed. The way they cover themselves is to allow customers who complain to get a free replacement when the replacement is simply the item that has the post-released fix.

    You must had spend a pretty penny on the upgrades to your Beretta 92, and more importantly you KNOW how it handles and any eccentricities it may have - it is a known quantity. If you want to get the G5 Glock19, then do so after a year or so when the defects have been made apparent and fixed.
    17 answers · 4 days ago
  • Firearms safety in your camp.?

    I was teaching a hunter ed class last month and a question came up. I've been discussing it with other folks and I want to hear from others around the country what they think. Do you have a firearms safety rule or guideline in your hunting camp? For my leases everyone has to follow rules about unloaded firearms... show more
    I was teaching a hunter ed class last month and a question came up. I've been discussing it with other folks and I want to hear from others around the country what they think. Do you have a firearms safety rule or guideline in your hunting camp? For my leases everyone has to follow rules about unloaded firearms in camp, no use of firearms when drinking, and putting away firearms at night.
    4 answers · 9 hours ago
  • Are the First Blood Rambo knives legal or illegal?

    Best answer: No, the simple fact of the matter is in Ireland it is ILLGEAL to carry a knife of any size shape or form without due reason for carrying it at that time and in that location, this includes pen knives and Leatherman's with a blade on it. A multitool is pretty much completely defensible if questioned. I think a... show more
    Best answer: No, the simple fact of the matter is in Ireland it is ILLGEAL to carry a knife of any size shape or form without due reason for carrying it at that time and in that location, this includes pen knives and Leatherman's with a blade on it. A multitool is pretty much completely defensible if questioned.

    I think a Rambo knife is a no go in public, but it is likely fine for show at home.

    YOU should dig deeper in your location of residence, personally.
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • Knife experts: What kind of a knife do you think this is?

    Knife experts: What kind of a knife do you think this is?

    Best answer: It is a pretty knife with classic blade. The handle looks to fit the hand and guard looks very functional to protect fingers. Ornate adds signature. The hardwood is superb. Overall this is a functional knife that is well balanced and although interestingly attractive seems to be tough and well constructed. I like... show more
    Best answer: It is a pretty knife with classic blade. The handle looks to fit the hand and guard looks very functional to protect fingers. Ornate adds signature. The hardwood is superb. Overall this is a functional knife that is well balanced and although interestingly attractive seems to be tough and well constructed. I like knives with character such as this one.
    By far the best knife shown.
    Strange the way some look at things, a hunting rifle with an engraving of a deer or an antelope on the receiver and maybe a carving on the wood butt stock and not thought of as a distraction from its basic function but a couple of Curly-Q designs on a knife and the basic function goes out the window.
    8 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is there a penalty for owning a short shotgun barrel?

    Hi I am a 23 year old that loves target shooting. Firearms is a hobby of mine like many dudes. I have been thinking about how I would be able to build a short barrel shogun build really just for the fun and experience of it. According to federal law its illegal to own a short barrel shotgun but I have not found... show more
    Hi I am a 23 year old that loves target shooting. Firearms is a hobby of mine like many dudes. I have been thinking about how I would be able to build a short barrel shogun build really just for the fun and experience of it. According to federal law its illegal to own a short barrel shotgun but I have not found anything about owning a short barrel that is not attached to the gun itself (removable emington 870 barrel) is this something that is legal to own or is it the same as owning a short barrel shotgun that is fully essembled? Thanks!
    13 answers · 1 week ago
  • Smith and Wesson 629 or 329pd for hiking gun?

    Best answer: Both will have fine durability. The 329pd is probably going to recoil considerably with full power loads - it is a light piece. Which is great when you find yourself carrying it all day, but could be terrible if you find yourself unable to deal with the recoil. We can give you the numbers. We can tell you how... show more
    Best answer: Both will have fine durability. The 329pd is probably going to recoil considerably with full power loads - it is a light piece. Which is great when you find yourself carrying it all day, but could be terrible if you find yourself unable to deal with the recoil.

    We can give you the numbers. We can tell you how the recoil is for us - but you're not any of us. The only way you're going to know how the recoil feels for a particular gun is to shoot it.
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • Did anyone see this on national news? If not,. I wonder why not?

    Best answer: Of COURSE this was not on National "news" This story will NEVER be told by the left wing press because it goes against every point the liberal gun grabbers try to make.
    Best answer: Of COURSE this was not on National "news" This story will NEVER be told by the left wing press because it goes against every point the liberal gun grabbers try to make.
    12 answers · 1 week ago
  • A few questions about guns?

    Hi, I'm writing a story and have a few questions about guns. However, I live in the UK and have never seen one in real life. My character lives in Georgia, if that helps. (I'm not trying to spark a political debate, its just a part of the story, I want it to be plausible.) I literally know nothing about... show more
    Hi, I'm writing a story and have a few questions about guns. However, I live in the UK and have never seen one in real life. My character lives in Georgia, if that helps. (I'm not trying to spark a political debate, its just a part of the story, I want it to be plausible.) I literally know nothing about guns, so if it doesn't work at all, please let me know :) 1. How easy is it to buy a gun on the streets if you are under aged? (My character is 16, but can probably pass for 18.) I saw a CNN clip saying you could buy one at a gun show pretty easily. I want the gun to be something small, cheap, easy to buy as possible. 2. How easy is it to get ammunition for said gun? Is any ID required? 3. Later in the story, the protagonist needs the bullets to be made of iron. I couldn't really find any online, except for old civil war ones. Would they be able to use that? If not, is it easy to buy custom bullets made of iron? 4. Can you just take random metal and use it as a bullet, or it that just movie propaganda? (example, just sticking a nail in there.) Would only certain types of guns be able to do this, if at all?
    12 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is this Böker hunting knife for outdoor use or is it just an ornament you would put on display in the living room?

    Is this Böker hunting knife for outdoor use or is it just an ornament you would put on display in the living room?

    Best answer: I would use it as a hunting knife.
    Best answer: I would use it as a hunting knife.
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • What is the name of this bolt-action rifle?
  • Can you shoot a gun that hasnt been shot for 30 or more years?

    Best answer: Of course. It’s not like the steel is going to degrade over time. Clean off the rust, clean the gun, inspect the bore, you will be fine. Was it ever in a house fire? No? Then it’s not worth worrying over. just be sure to use the right ammo.
    Best answer: Of course. It’s not like the steel is going to degrade over time. Clean off the rust, clean the gun, inspect the bore, you will be fine. Was it ever in a house fire? No? Then it’s not worth worrying over. just be sure to use the right ammo.
    13 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do any of these people that are against 3D-Printer Guns know the first thing about firearms?

    Only steel and good steel at that will withstand 50,000 pounds presser that builds in the breach of an AR 15, so the 3D-Printer Guns are not really a gun.
    Only steel and good steel at that will withstand 50,000 pounds presser that builds in the breach of an AR 15, so the 3D-Printer Guns are not really a gun.
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago