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Author: LJ Bonham

Is the Polymer 80 PFC9 A Low-Rent Glock Wannabe?

Is the Polymer 80 PFC9 9mm pistol a rock-solid handgun or just an off brand, low-rent Glock wannabe? When Gaston Glock’s company introduced their polymer framed, striker fired semi-automatic pistol (coincidently named the P80) in 1980, few people could have Read More

Are Low Buck 1911s Any Good? (Springfield Armory Mil-Spec 1911)

Are budget price 1911s any good?  We got our hands on a Springfield Armory Mil-Spec 1911 .45 ACP pistol, here are our first impressions after a short range session. The M1911 pistol has been with us for over 110 years.  Read More

The Saga of Mr. Pouty Bear (Part 1)

“I don’t remember a dark tree stump there,” I thought, as I glanced right and up a sparse wooded slope in Montana.  I swung some Vortex Viper HD binoculars up and focused the image not more than fifty yards away.  Read More

How to Find a Great Gun Dog (4 Hot Tips)

Are you on the lookout for a great gun dog?  A great gun dog is every wing shooter’s dream.  Not just a companion in the field, a great gun dog makes things appear effortless.  They find birds, flush, and retrieve Read More

5 Great Ways to Stalk Whitetail and Mule Deer

What’s the best way to stalk and kill whitetail and mule deer?  The simple answer is whichever way works.  Trouble is, which ones are those?  Here are five great ways to put the sneak on your dinner. Deer, to the Read More

5 Best Turkey Guns

What are the five best turkey guns?  When you talk turkey guns, you talk shotguns for the most part.  Shotguns are, in the main, simple devices: a basic tube for a barrel—smooth inside and out—a receiver to hold the lock Read More

Ammunition Review: Winchester Super-X .300 Win. Mag. 180 Grain Power Point

I must declare my bias up front. I love the .300 Winchester Magnum. It is accurate, shoots flat, and available on any gun store shelf. I’ve hunted with it for four or five seasons now and its effectiveness is something Read More

6.5 PRC: The Just Right 6.5mm Cartridge

Thirty years ago, American shooters, for the most part, could care less about 6.5mm bullets or the cartridges which fired them. This reflected a situation which had existed since World War Two’s end in 1945. Other than the small cadre Read More

How to Hunt Pronghorn (Guns, Gear, Tactics)

Few game animals in this world will challenge a hunter more than North America’s pronghorn. A hold over from the last Ice Age, the pronghorn (Antilocapra Americana) inhabits the western U.S., central Canada, and northern Mexico. Considered an open prairie Read More