May 31, 2013

Wisconsin Legislature Passes Crossbow Bill for Hunters

Great news for Wisconsin hunters!
AB-384, the Crossbow Bill, just passed WI senate in a unanimous voice vote. The bill will go to Governor Walker for signing. 
No longer will crossbow hunting be restricted to people age 65 or older and/or handicapped hunters. Hunting permits will be established for resident and non-resident hunters as soon as the bill is signed and reaches the database so hunters can get their crossbow license.
Details can be seen in text form HERE and announcement by Wisconsin Crossbow Association with a list of organizations we should all thank profusely.
No doubt this will increase the sales of crossbows, previously only able to use in target practice and prepper inventories.

Patriot Nurse: What To Do If Your Firearm is Stolen at Airport

Patriot Nurse is a registered nurse who approaches prepping for emergency situations with a common-sense approach. She travels about the United States providing medical prep classes and seminars and is popular on YouTube. In addition to her work in the United States, she has traveled extensively to other nations for medical mission work. As she describes it, many preppers concern themselves with food and weapons, but skip the essentials of health concerns, medical issues, and preventive medicine procedures. That is where the Patriot Nurse comes in to the rescue. 

May 30, 2013

Weapons of Choice: Armalite AR-10

In this Weapons of Choice series, I choose the ArmaLite Model 10 using the military standard 7.62x54 (.308 caliber) ammunition to comply with NATO ammunition standard policy. It is a more powerful model of the AR-15 model that was developed for the US military as the M16 rifle that fires the 5.56mm round, also a NATO standard.
The ArmaLite Model 10 [military auto] fires 700 rounds per minute with a muzzle velocity of 2,690 feet per second and with a telescopic sight has a kill range of 730 meters. It uses the standard 20-round detachable box magazine and has an adjustable aperture rear sight with a fixed post front sight.It has a flash suppressor that military models require in the AR-16.

Weapons of Choice: Remington Model 700/770 Bolt-Action Rifle

This Weapon Choice series selection is the Remington Model 700 and Remington Model 770 bolt-action rifles. It is also the first posting of this new site. Hope firearm buffs like it and also find some good products to purchase from this site.
Coming Up: Product reviews, survival subjects, anything about firearms, including spotlight upon history of various pistols, shotguns, and rifles. Gunsmithing techniques and firearm owner tips/warnings will be in the future as well.
Remington Arms is the oldest firearm manufacturer that still makes its original product and still manufacturing in America was founded in 1816 by Eliphalet Remington in Ilion, New York. It is also the largest of the American firearm companies that still operate in the United States.