Category Archives: Rifle Hunting

A nice old rifle

Gunsmiths retire. Some of the best ones – master craftsmen who are a blend of artist, metallurgist, woodworker, scientist, ballistician, firearms historian, and avid shooter — labor on and on into their seventies and eighties, probably because we clients plead … Continue reading

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The .44 Magnum caper

…as we aging members of the Over the Hill Gang know, circumstances change.   The .44 Magnum caper Blame it on a change in deer hunting regulations. And a fat little doe that came out of the woods on the … Continue reading

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Notta lotta difference

In this era of once unimaginable bullet design and construction, the superb quality of factory loaded ammunition, the excellence of CNC manufactured rifle barrels and actions, and the equally impressive quality and reliability of telescopic sights, there is notta lotta … Continue reading

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Nebraska blizzard gifts

Experience makes more timid men than it does wise ones.     ~Josh Billings, pen name of American humor writer and lecturer Henry Wheeler Shaw (1818-1885) Nebraska blizzard gifts  Unexpected blizzards still sweep across the Nebraska prairies in November, but … Continue reading

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Hunting velociraptors

Reality can be beaten with enough imagination.             – Mark Twain (1835-1910) Stunt, dwarf or destroy the imagination of a child and you have taken away its chances of success in life. Imagination transforms the commonplace into the great and … Continue reading

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