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Federal Action Shotgun Review

Federal Action Shotgun Review

Guest Writer: Kenzie Fitzpatrick Federal Premium has officially stepped up the shotgun game by introducing the Federal Action Shotgun 12 Gauge ammunition. They developed this ammunition for serious competition shooters needing shotgun shells that reliably feed and eject without malfunctions. The development of this shotshell didn’t happen overnight and required input from several high-level 3-gun […]

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Terminator Guns

Who can forget that oft-repeated phrase, “I’ll be back”? It’s become a part of our collective moviegoing experience and usually comes with a thick Austrian accent. The Terminator guns and movie series have captivated audiences worldwide, leaving an indelible mark on pop culture. Each film offers an exciting science fiction journey with unforgettable characters and […]

Lethal Weapon Guns

Lethal Weapon Guns

Mel Gibson has quite the acting range. He played a vengeful highway patrolman in Mad Max, a plantation owner’s son joining the Continental Army in The Patriot, and a jaded pastor in Signs. Indeed, Mel made these and other parts seem like the perfect fit for him. Some could argue the guns in his films […]

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The Punisher Guns (2017 TV Show)

Frank Castle, a.k.a. Punisher, began as a Marvel Comics character whose popularity grew in three live-action and two animated films. But it was in the two-season Netflix series, which began in 2017, that the Punisher hit his stride. The guns of the Punisher are plentiful as he wages a one-man war using a variety of […]

cost of guns and ammo 1950 vs 2020

1950 VS 2020: The Price of Guns and Ammo 

Many Americans old enough to remember the postwar 1950s think of those years with great fondness. After all, these were peaceful times when conformity and uniformity were common, and every family portrayed on television–families in which men worked and women tended the house and children–had smaller problems and plenty of support to get through them. […]