• What is the life span of a .500 Magnum revolver?

    I read on a forum that it was about 500 rounds before the barrel needs replacing. Is this true? That sounds absurdly low.
    I read on a forum that it was about 500 rounds before the barrel needs replacing. Is this true? That sounds absurdly low.
    17 answers · Hunting · 3 days ago
  • What is a spotting scope?

    10 answers · Hunting · 1 day ago
  • Smith and Wesson 686 vs 27?

    Aside from looks, are there any other differences between these two? Is one more durable than the other when firing full house .357?
    Aside from looks, are there any other differences between these two? Is one more durable than the other when firing full house .357?
    6 answers · Hunting · 13 hours ago
  • (DEBATE) How old should a child be to get there first gun? What is your thoughts on guns?

    PLEASE READ BEFORE POSTING! This is a debate on personal opinions with guns. Personally, I love guns and own a wide verity of guns. They are wonderful hunting and hobby tools. There is nothing like shooting five tins of tanerite with a AR in under thirty seconds. Now i take safety very seriously when it comes to... show more
    PLEASE READ BEFORE POSTING! This is a debate on personal opinions with guns. Personally, I love guns and own a wide verity of guns. They are wonderful hunting and hobby tools. There is nothing like shooting five tins of tanerite with a AR in under thirty seconds. Now i take safety very seriously when it comes to guns. I own acres of land with nothing but woods and fields around. That being said. What is your personal opinion on guns? If yes, Why? If not, Why? What age do you believe a child should receive there first gun? Nothing crazy... Something like a .22 "Share your opinion bellow"
    15 answers · Hunting · 4 days ago
  • Would a Glock jam in a close confrontation?

    Let's say you're walking down the street and someone pushes you against a wall or something like that. He's holding a knife or fist in your face and demanding you give up your wallet. You're carrying a Glock concealed and draw it. Keep in mind, you're under tremendous stress and full of... show more
    Let's say you're walking down the street and someone pushes you against a wall or something like that. He's holding a knife or fist in your face and demanding you give up your wallet. You're carrying a Glock concealed and draw it. Keep in mind, you're under tremendous stress and full of adrenaline, and you're really close to him, perhaps almost belly to belly. With all of these conditions, would the Glock fire or would it jam due to your lack of a steady grip and super close proximity to the attacker. Would a revolver be better in this situation?
    13 answers · Hunting · 4 days ago
  • Can I use NS back pack for my own use?

    Best answer: You can use that backpack with no problem. She is probably concerned over the outrage of stolen valor that has been going on. Stolen valor comes into play when someone attempts to falsely claim respect for service which they themselves did not perform. That has nothing to do with using military equipment like... show more
    Best answer: You can use that backpack with no problem. She is probably concerned over the outrage of stolen valor that has been going on. Stolen valor comes into play when someone attempts to falsely claim respect for service which they themselves did not perform. That has nothing to do with using military equipment like backpacks, gloves, weapons, etc.
    11 answers · Camping · 5 days ago
  • Have you ever hunted a Hippopotamus?

    Have you ever hunted a Hippopotamus?

    Best answer: nope, I like women with decent figure
    Best answer: nope, I like women with decent figure
    19 answers · Hunting · 1 week ago
  • Which is the best .357 Magnum Revolver to buy?

    I'm a firearms enthusiast and after selling my old Dan Wesson revolver, I'm looking for a nice new .357 Mag. to take camping with me. I'm looking at the Smith & Wesson brand revolvers, and I was thinking maybe old school blued with wood grips and a 6" barrel, but the new stainless steel models... show more
    I'm a firearms enthusiast and after selling my old Dan Wesson revolver, I'm looking for a nice new .357 Mag. to take camping with me. I'm looking at the Smith & Wesson brand revolvers, and I was thinking maybe old school blued with wood grips and a 6" barrel, but the new stainless steel models are pretty too. what do you guys think I should invest in?
    14 answers · Hunting · 1 week ago
  • How to protect your guns from children and intruders?

    Best answer: I moved your question to the Hunting section because you are more likely to get answers from responsible gun owners here. I agree with the other answers so far and your only choice is to secure the weapon by locking it away. If you want the weapon to be available quickly then you can use a safe, box, or cabinet... show more
    Best answer: I moved your question to the Hunting section because you are more likely to get answers from responsible gun owners here.

    I agree with the other answers so far and your only choice is to secure the weapon by locking it away.

    If you want the weapon to be available quickly then you can use a safe, box, or cabinet with a push button combination lock. The items are available from large sporting goods stores and locksmiths/stores that sell safes. You MUST ensure your child cannot know or guess the combination.

    When our son was sufficiently old (about age 14) we started teaching him to be responsible with firearms. When he turned 21 we had him take a Concealed Carry class. He has never had an accident with a firearm.
    14 answers · Hunting · 1 week ago
  • I am interested in getting into gunsmithing; mainly for myself. Primarily revolvers, bolt action rifles, and break/pump shotguns.?

    Little to nothing semi-auto. Is there any online resources, or books that I could start with ? There are no gunsmiths in my area to apprentice to, or I would attempt that. As of now, I am only interested in the fundamentals of gunsmithing.
    Little to nothing semi-auto. Is there any online resources, or books that I could start with ? There are no gunsmiths in my area to apprentice to, or I would attempt that. As of now, I am only interested in the fundamentals of gunsmithing.
    8 answers · Hunting · 7 days ago
  • I am economically challenged (hard times, finances stretched extraordinarily thin). However, I want a self defense handgun?

    I am unfamiliar with but the absolute basics of semi auto pistols, having only a passing familiarity with a 1911. However, I am much familiar with a revolver (specifically single action). I do not trust myself w/ a semi auto due to my infamiliarity, but am confident with a revolver, having handled and shot them for... show more
    I am unfamiliar with but the absolute basics of semi auto pistols, having only a passing familiarity with a 1911. However, I am much familiar with a revolver (specifically single action). I do not trust myself w/ a semi auto due to my infamiliarity, but am confident with a revolver, having handled and shot them for years (mainly a .22 and .38 special). With training and practice, could a SA revolver in .38 or .45 (or even .22) serve as a carry sidearm ?
    10 answers · Hunting · 1 week ago
  • Is an AR 15 a good first gun?

    I live in an area where gang activities has been common in the past years. I will like to invest in a gun for home defense and for plinking. The only problem I have is that I have very little gun experience. I ve shot from a 12 gauge and 9mm pistol before but was very bad it. Is an AR 15 good to learn from or would... show more
    I live in an area where gang activities has been common in the past years. I will like to invest in a gun for home defense and for plinking. The only problem I have is that I have very little gun experience. I ve shot from a 12 gauge and 9mm pistol before but was very bad it. Is an AR 15 good to learn from or would i be better off with a 10/22?
    6 answers · Hunting · 6 days ago
  • Best Shotgun?

    I’d like to get a 12 gauge shotgun that will mainly be used for deer. However I would like to use it for clay birds, as well. I’m wondering should I get a pump or semi? I am leaning towards the semi as it seems like a more solid gun overall, however I understand it may not be reliable as a pump. Is it worth it to... show more
    I’d like to get a 12 gauge shotgun that will mainly be used for deer. However I would like to use it for clay birds, as well. I’m wondering should I get a pump or semi? I am leaning towards the semi as it seems like a more solid gun overall, however I understand it may not be reliable as a pump. Is it worth it to get a semi? Or should I get a pump? And lastly what is a quality shotgun that will last and have a nice finish (wood)... max budget around $800
    7 answers · Hunting · 7 days ago