Terril Hebert

Henry AR 7 vs. Marlin Papoose U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- The Henry Survival Rifle and the Marlin Model 70 PSS are arguably the greatest survival rifles made. Let me explain. The takedown rifle has been around at least since the bicycle rifles of the turn of the 20th century. Hunters valued light-weight rifles that could break down into
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The NAA Guardian accompanied with a few fired projectiles fired into ballistics gelatin. U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- North American Arms out of Provo, Utah has been producing their flagship series of rimfire mini-revolvers for years. These diminutive five-shooters have proven themselves to be lifesavers in real-world encounters despite not packing much of a wallop. Somewhat less well
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Terril gives us a honest first impressions review of the Remington R1 1911 handgun. Remington offers plenty of “souped up” 1911 pistols, but their base model offers the nostalgic look and feel of pistols from a bygone era. U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- Remington represents a true “jack of all trades” company. The company reached prominence thanks to
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Terril gets to shooting the Henry Casehardened Big Boy 357 Magnum Rifle. Henry Casehardened Big Boy 357 Magnum Rifle USA –  -(AmmoLand.com)- I grew up in a deer hunting environment in the American South. The animals are cunning, and the distances close. The lever action rifle is resonably fast to shoot, accurate, and handy to
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Terril reviews the Cimarron 1849 Colt Revolver. Cimarron Uberti 1849 Colt Revolver USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Cap and ball revolvers are an inexpensive, yet still practical firearm for many applications. Hunting and target shooting are a natural application for those willing to undertake the challenge, but in my opinion, percussion revolvers stay popular today because of
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Terril takes a brand new, out of the box, Fulton Armory M1 Carbine to the range. USA –-(Ammoland.com)- The popularity of military-style rifles with the American shooting public indeed didn’t start with the AR-15. In generations, previous, ex-service rifles like the Springfield Trapdoor, the Krag, and bring-back Mausers were a common sight. Before AR-15 prices
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