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Protecting  yourself from potential mass murder.

I’m not a security expert so these are just my thoughts on the matter. Mass murder is nothing new.  You can be harmed by explosives, chemical or biological weapons, firearms, aircraft, trucks, and more.   The most obvious thing is to avoid all concentrations of people.  This is not practical as we have to try to […]

Comancheria Days /Texas State Championship

Karen and I shot the Wild Bunch match today at the Texas State Cowboy Championships. Great fun. Pretty boring place to be if you don’t enjoy shooting 1911, single action revolvers, lever action rifles, Derringers, pocket pstols, bolt action military rifles, long range 45/70s and shotguns. Of course the scenery around Fredericksburg, TX. Isn’t too […]

Barrel Length for Revolvers by Evil Roy

By far the most popular barrel length for revolvers is the 4 3/4 (or 4 5/8 on Rugers).  They have a long enough sight radius to be accurate and are short enough to be fast into or out of the holster.  There is not much difference in either speed or accuracy with the 5 1/2 […]

Cimarron Evil Roy No. ER4104 357 Magnum, $770

By GunTests.com Contributing Editor Austin Miller – original article at http://www.gun-tests.com/gow/handguns/Gun-Tests-357-Magnum-Cimarron-Evil-Roy-ER4104_14887-1.html#.VxPpnjArJhF We tested three single-action revolvers suitable for Cowboy Action shooting in an August 2012 showdown. All chambered in the most common CAS competition caliber, 357 Magnum, the choices were the Ruger New Vaquero NV-34 No. 5107, $719; the Heritage Manufacturing Big Bore Rough Rider RR357CH4, $500; […]

Henry Frontier Carbine Evil Roy Edition

You ever pull the trigger on a gun that just can’t miss? It has a way of making any day better. It is an even better experience when you aren’t expecting it. I’m a rimfire fanatic, but I lean toward the modern autos–Henry’s lever action evokes a nostalgia that I don’t typically cotton to. But […]