CHARLTON HESTON AND THE PRICE OF DEFENDING RIGHTS

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Charlton Heston knew Martin Luther King, and marched alongside him for the civil rights of African-Americans.  Sadly, the American Left was blinded to that when he became a spokesman for, and later president of, the...

TIM MULLIN ON THE S&W .357 MAGNUM

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St. Louis gun expert Tim Mullin knows his stuff. I quoted a couple of his books in the first volume of “Massad Ayoob’s Greatest Handguns,” and more of it in the forthcoming Volume II,...

JELLY BRYCE RETURNS

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A while back, I did a review of my old friend Mike Conti’s first historical novel, focused on the early years of early 20th Century gunfighter Jelly Bryce, who started out as a city...

ANOTHER NEW STEPHEN HUNTER NOVEL

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Judging by the reader comments from the last of his books I reviewed, “I, Sniper,” Stephen Hunter has lots of fans here. They’ll be happy to know that another in his Bob the Nailer...

GETTING INTO THOSE TACTICAL YOGA PANTS…

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I see more than one pair of dainty little feet kicking my butt for that title, but I couldn’t resist… Back at the beginning of the year, at the firearms industry’s biggest trade exposition, the...