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Review: CCI .22LR Velocitor CPHP

Typical Shooter was fortunate enough to have Lucky Gunner send us a few boxes of CCI Velocitor CPHP .22LR ammunition to try out. While .22 isn’t a round we spend a lot of time shooting, it was a joy to have a reason to bring the Marlin 781 .22 bolt action rifle and Ruger .22 auto pistol out of the safe. ...

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Review: 20 Gauge Benelli Legacy

Ok, so I kinda did something lame…..I got my wife a shotgun for Valentine’s day last year. Coincidentally, it was a shotgun I’ve wanted for a little while; a 20 gauge Benelli Legacy. It wasn’t actually completely lame, as I do want her to get out shooting skeet with me more often. Her other options in my current stash are ...

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Setting Up a Pistol for Big Game Hunting – Part I

This is my first installment in what I’m planning to be a 3 or 4 part series on what is, and has been, my choice for big game pistol hunting. My primary target is the whitetail deer. I’m going to start off with why I like to use a hand gun, what you may want to consider if you’re interested ...

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Long-Term Report: Desert Eagle 44 Magnum

<img class="alignleft size-medium wp-image-1062" title="Desert Eagle" src="http://typicalshooter.com/wp-content/uploads get your ex back> /2012/01/1302438805327-300×225.jpg” alt=”” width=”300″ height=”225″ />The Desert Eagle pistol, is to many, the holy grail of semi-auto pistols. These behemoth magnum handguns have been made famous in many movies and can be seen in many YouTube videos blazing away mercilessly at some unsuspecting target. It’s a beautiful thing to be ...

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Review: Browning Maxus Semi-Auto Shotgun

It was time. I finally needed to replace the old Auto-5 as my trusty field semi-auto shotgun and Browning’s most-recent addition, the Browning Maxus, fit the bill. This review was written after the Maxus had gone through 175 shots at a clays range, 50 on the skeet field and another 25 or so bird hunting so this isn’t about long-term ...

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H&R HANDI-RIFLE

    Harrington and Richardson may not be the best known firearm manufacturer around but they are by no means new to the industry.  Since H&R’s beginnings in 1871 they have been well known for high quality firearms. H&R is probably best known for their single shot rifles. If you are using it to hunt, you better make the first ...

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TAPCO Intrafuse SKS Stock Review

Do you have an older model gun that could use more up to date furniture? Do you like the performance of your gun but the fit just isn’t what you desire. At one time or another most of us have owned a gun that we would answer yes to one of those questions. For myself, my old SKS is the ...

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Ruger 10/22 Review

The Ruger 10/22 is nowhere near being new to the market but has been a long time favorite of plinkers and small game hunters. Introduced in 1964 the 10/22 features a rotary feed magazine, push button safety and an aluminum receiver. Over the years Ruger has produced quite a few variations of the 10/22. The current variations include carbine, compact, tactical, sporter ...

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Review: Browning Citori XS Special Over and Under Shotgun

I bought my Browning Citori XS Special after having decided to go all-in and become a competitive skeet shooter. A new gun was in my future because while my Stoeger Condor is a great field gun, it just wasn’t set-up to be a competition clay buster. This review is done the same way I do most of mine – after ...

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