“Like many gun writers I got into the profession during mid-life, after establishing a freelance career writing about other stuff from fly-fishing to Western history. It wasn’t until around age 40 that gun writing started turning into more of my income, partly because before my mid-30s I couldn’t afford to satisfy my apparently infinite desire for sporting firearms. After starting to buy and use more rifles and shotguns, I also started learning how little knowledge I’d acquired when sticking to basic hunting tools.” JB
And we’re off. Rifles, primers, powders, cartridges, brass, chronys, bullets, including non-toxics, optics, scopes, iron sights, bullet expansion, dies, pressure indicators, velocity. Parts rifles, accuracy, heat-treating barrels, breaking in barrels, canting….
It’s Gun Gack. The language of shooters, whether the target is meat or paper it’s time to light the fire. Once more into the breech!