Category Archives: Guns

Picking a good after market stock for your old Russian 91 30

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So I know some people hate messing up a good thing. Like adding an expensive after market stock to a perfectly good (well, functional) WWII era, cheap rifle. Whatever, OK? It’s my gun, and I can do whatever I want with it. If I want to pick up a modern, sleek stock for my rifle, or even add something cool like a custom illuminated scope, that ought to be my business.

So here’s the deal – the Pro Mag AA9130 Archangel Mosin Nagant Rifle Stock is constructed with an exclusive and hard carbon-fiber packed polymer, for the Mosin-Nagant M1891. It matches various M1891 rifles, round receivers and the hex set up on the 91/30, carbines, Finnish M-39 rifles the Soviet M-38 and carbines. Just about 6.61 inches in length, its mount is made from aircraft aluminium and anodized. This gives you an 8-inch picatinny or 7-inch weaver-mounting stand for your incorporated SCOPE or other weaver based scopes-sights-lasers-lights.

Some notable features of the Archangel Stock:

Length of pull adjustable from 13.625 to 14.75″
Super Tough Polymer
Tolerates free floating of the barrel
Stock is inletted to accept Timney Triggers with no alteration
Integrates 3 integral steel pull-outs for ball lock QD sling swivels
5 Round removable box magazine
Cheek riser is thumbwheel click adjustable
Carbon Fiber Filled

Huge scope - what are you hunting, man?

Huge scope – what are you hunting, man?

Top Gun Shows in the South East

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Hunters and gun enthusiasts in the Atlanta area can go to gun and blade show as the year progressed. There are three noteworthy promoters that timetable shows in the metro region. Some of Atlanta’s latest gun shows have recorded their biggest participation ever, with thousands of individuals holding up in long lines to get in the entryways. There are no laws in Georgia that oblige personal investigations for gun buyers at gun shows.

GunRunners Shows has been advancing brilliant gun shows subsequent to 1985. More than 275,000 individuals went to their Georgia demonstrates in 2012. Sellers will purchase, offer, and exchange weapons and extras, and some will give examinations. Gatherers can discover new and utilized weapons, obsolescent guns, military things, and blades. Frill and related gear incorporate gun cases, holsters, ammo, and gun parts. Show hours are Saturday from 9am-5pm and Sunday from 10am-5pm. A GunRunners Show is booked for February 9-10 at the State Farmers Market Exhibit Hall, situated at 16 Forest Parkway (I-75 at Exit 237) in Forest Park. More than 300 seller tables will be accessible. Another show is booked for February 23-24 at the Georgia International Horse Park in Conyers. This will be one of the biggest shows with 500 merchant tables accessible. On March 16-17 there will be a GunRunners Show at Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Georgia. This show can suit 200 merchant tables. On April 13-14 another show is booked at the State Farmers Market in Forest Park.


Eastman Gun Shows has been advancing shows in Georgia for over 30 years. They had their most elevated participation year ever in 2012. Three Eastman shows are booked in the Atlanta territory this spring. Gwinnett Gun Shows are planned on February 16-17 and April 6-7 at the North Atlanta Trade Center, situated at 1700 Jeurgens Court in Norcross, Georgia. Several sellers will be accessible to purchase, offer, and exchange new and utilized weapons and adornments. They will be avid to address the issues of all gun proprietors, from seekers to gatherers. Ammo, reloading gear, gun cases, holsters, blades, and chasing hardware will likewise be accessible. Eastman will hold the Marietta Gun Show on March 9-10 at the Cobb Civic Center, situated at 548 South Marietta Parkway. This show will have more than 200 merchant tables. Admission to Eastman Gun Shows is $8 for grown-ups. Youngsters under age 12 are conceded free. Hours are Saturday from 9am-5pm and Sunday from 10am-5pm. No stacked or holstered weapons are permitted.

The Marion County Chamber of Commerce is exceptionally eager to present the Jefferson Gun and Knife Show, August 22nd and 23rd, 2015, at the Jefferson Visitor Center! Come look for new and obsolescent guns, blades, blade honing hardware, ammunition, gun parts, bows and arrows, reloading gear and supplies, degrees, holsters and numerous other shooting related things, all in a protected, fun and family-situated environment! Bring your gun (emptied, obviously) and exchange up for the gun you’ve generally needed! This is a boutique-style demonstrate to it is littler than different shows in the encompassing territories, so we are checking table deals to safeguard that the tables contain for the most part guns, blades, ammunition, reloading hardware, toxophilism and related things. A set number of outside corners will be sold to gems, candle, jerky and other open air donning gear merchants.