Looking at the Browning Catalog, I have some thoughts.
First. The Micro Midas X-Bolt Rifle… Why is it not available in .223? You have the .308 family of short action cartridges and the .22-250… but why not a .223 and a .204 option? I think the .223 especially is an oversight. For bringing up young shooters, .223 is ideal. I know Browning’s reasons for only using the bigger rounds… I don’t need to hear them again… but they are wrong. Continue reading
A big chunk of the shooting community seems to be in two camps. Hunting Guys and Tactical Guys and I’ve heard arguments between the two about who is better and all that nonsense. I know guys on both sides of that line in the sand.
One side buys long brown guns and fire rounds never used by the Military. They will also use pointy sticks and strings to bring down big game. These guys can load their guns backwards and then kill an Elk with it. They camo up and blend in with their surroundings like the Predator and will mimic their prey and get within spitting distance.
The other guys buy guns that are Black or Coyote Tan and they fire rounds by the bucket loads and practice shooting their Semi’s with speed and accuracy that is unprecedented in Military History. They will rip into a target like a hurricane, dominate a situation, and counter any threat they come across. Both sides have strong points. Continue reading