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I put one in my 10/22...noticeable improvement...not overly expensive...zero complaints....super easy to swap in and out.Just yesterday, I learned about the existence of the Ruger BX trigger. It's a light pull drop in replacement for the 10/22. There were some good reviews on Cabelas. Any opinions here?
Yeah, We discussed this elsewhere. Here is an excellent video for police type training in potential Life / Death situation.
That's a pair of rarely seen factory finish anaconda made one year 1996 with scopes n all, vintage, very few made, even came with matching monogrammed soft cases... called " realtree anaconda" ....over the years I have ran into 2 of them and added them to the collection....personally my gun style is great wood and blue or case hardened metal but these are very uniquePlease tell me that the 'flauge is on new age snake guns and that you didn't have the old school one desecrated.
What if gun owners had to pass a test? Czech Republic offers an answer.Story by Chico Harlan, Ladka Bauerova • 1h ago
PRAGUE — When eight people had taken their seats in the classroom, the proctor put on his glasses and said it was time to begin. He took attendance. He glowered as one person walked in late. He described how the test would work — 30 multiple-choice questions, 40 minutes — and how to properly mark an X on the answer sheet. Then he ordered phones away; only a pen and paper, he said, were permitted on the table.
“If anybody needs to go to the toilet, now is the time,” he said.
The test had all the tedious markings of a high school exam, down to the motivational poster on the wall saying “I will.”
But in the Czech Republic, this is part of how you obtain a gun.
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We had a version of that when I was growing up in Pennsylvania. It was called a gun safety course and you had to pass it before you could get your first hunting license. Only requirements were that you were at least 12 years of age. I think that every 12 year old boy and girl in Pennsylvania took and passed that course. At least, in my neck of the woods, they did.
I have no problem with Hunter Safety Courses. Especially for would be hunters coming out of Urban and suburban areas.The official Pennsylvania hunter safety course for your hunting license. Learn online on any device and print out your certificate. Study the course for free!www.hunter-ed.com
I went to one of these classes when the state of Ohio first began to offer them. If you were under 50yrs old you had to prove you took the course unless you have an previous old hunting license.Some years ago, I went with my daughter to a hunter safety class. Some of it was really basic, but some was informative, like how to cross a fence or stream. When covering what directions are safe to shoot, the instructor asked for examples. I whispered to my daughter, "dirt", and surprisingly, nobody else volunteered that. Was that "too obvious", or did they just not think of it? Maybe it is good to cover everything anyway.
There was also the classes of game, how the tag system works, and shot placement.
And as the joke goes, if you accidentally shot your buddy, DON'T gut him!