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Getting Started in Reloading with Colonel Smoothbore

Earlier this year, I finished instructing a NRA M

Birth of the Modern Semi-Automatic Rifle

Like many rifle designs, the modern semi-auto or a

Sharptail Times of Yore

The beginning of fall 1964 was a really spectacula

Smith & Wesson M&P Bodyguard 380 – a Review With Colonel Smoothbore

I recently had the opportunity to try the new Smit

Get Ready For the Big Game!

The wonderful time of autumn is nearly upon us and

Some Real Expert Firearm and Shooting Advice

In past posts I have discussed some of the “advi

The Guns of USPA

There are six handgun divisions in the United Stat

Run, Gun, Pistol Fun

There are many disciplines in the firearm target s

Broadwater Rod and Gun Club – a Jewel in Central Montana

Nestled between the Elkhorn Mountains to the West

“Grand Garand” – Patriot with a Patent

With the 70th anniversary of D-Day on the horizon

Winchester Model 70 – The Rifleman’s Rifle

Oliver Fisher Winchester became the majority stock

Owning a Firearm for Self Defense is a Right, But is it Right for You?

A couple of weeks ago I offered some advice on how

TACPAC Fun – With Colonel Smoothbore

I recently purchased a new pistol at a very reason

Inspirations From the Past – A look at a Classic American Revolver

Every once in a while I struggle a bit finding ins

Silence is Golden-a Word on Suppressors with Colonel Smoothbore

I have incurred a fair amount of hearing loss, and

Springtime Tune-ups

Spring has arrived and with it the usual tasks tha

A New Speed Demon- A look at Nosler Bullets with Colonel Smoothbore

After a not so successful Canadian hunt in 1946, J

A Beginning Look at Double Action Revolvers with Colonel Smoothbore

For me, the double action revolver is one of the m

We Are Celebrating One Year of Gun Advice From Colonel Smoothbore!

Thinking of the old saw, “…time flies when you

Twice the fun with the Colonel

I’ve heard it said that in trapshooting, singles