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[Review] Ruger 10/22 – Is it Still Americans Best .22 Rifle?

In Rifles and Shotguns by M.D. Creekmore8 Comments

As I get older I am less likely to follow trends and popularity contests than ever before. This is definitely the case with firearms. Having learned that quality in firearms can be had from many manufacturers and with many designs, owning a firearm just because Tom, Dick or Mary down the street do, lost its appeal years back. The Ruger 10/22 is a solid firearm and while my experiences may be abnormal, they should not detract from its value.

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Top 20 Firearms Priced Under $1000 With Most Under $500

In Concealed Carry Handguns, Rifles and Shotguns by M.D. CreekmoreLeave a Comment

“According as circumstances are favorable, one should modify one’s plans.” Sun Tsu – by Jesse Mathewson BSCJA (For the sake of continuity all facts pertaining to ballistics are listed as links at the end of the article, and not within the article. I have not submitted my own testing results, simply because from experience, I have found people ignore my …

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Palmetto State Armory (PSA) AR-15 [Review 2019]

In Rifles and Shotguns by M.D. Creekmore5 Comments

by Jesse Mathewson Palmetto State Armory firearms are a “MADE entirely IN America” firearms manufacturer that has created a stand out product within an industry full of products. There have been dozens even hundreds of AR15 manufacturers within the United States, among these, there are few that hold up to the full expectations of what an AR15 can be. Modern AR15s can be extremely reliable, …

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Colt LE6920 M4 Carbine Review

In Rifles and Shotguns by M.D. Creekmore

by Jesse Mathewson It is no secret that I enjoy firearms as well as knives. Having spent much of my life using tools in the projectile and bladed category this enjoyment is well founded. My first memories of shooting were having my father assisting me in holding his venerable 10/22 as we shot at a truck tire with a piece of …

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Bushmaster XM-15/AR-15 Carbine Review

In Rifles and Shotguns by M.D. Creekmore

  by Jesse Mathewson Bushmaster as a company has been around since 1973, though it has seen several changes in location and ownership since that time. In the United States today, Bushmaster AR15 pattern rifles hold a position as the industry leader. My views on Bushmaster are varied, and like many children of the 80s and 90s, I saw them in …

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Smith and Wesson M&P15 Sport ( 2.2” at 100 yards)

In Rifles and Shotguns by Jesse Mathewson1 Comment

This is one of the few rifles I really enjoyed owning. It was lightweight, easy to use and relatively reliable. The best part is it did not break the bank to buy. Smith and Wesson’s M&P ar15 sport model was designed to fit into the market as a sporter/ competition/ beginning owner rifle. With the reliability, it offers I would …

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What Are Lever Action Rifles Good For?

In Rifles and Shotguns by M.D. Creekmore3 Comments

By The Graduate Shootist We were mostly through a week-long Basic Pistol program and one trainee was clearly in the lead, no doubt thanks to a previous career with one of the largest metropolitan law enforcement agencies in the U.S. Twenty years of requalification courses left him well-equipped to address Q-type silhouettes, but now it was time for each shooter …

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The Prepper’s Firearms Checklist of Handguns, Shotguns, and Rifles

In Rifles and Shotguns by M.D. Creekmore37 Comments

Since TN Concealed Carry is as the name implies a concealed carry website/blog I won’t be publishing many prepper type articles here, however, since the subject of prepping for a disaster like an EMP, economic collapse, viral pandemic or other similar event is recommended we will be publishing several articles (approximately five total) on prepping and how-to-do-it correctly. Specific Thoughts and Considerations For …