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The Henry Krank Blank Firing Revolver Instruction Guide

By Derek Unsworth 26 days ago 661 Views No comments

Full instruction manual for wester blank firer revolvers by Pietta and Uberti. Including a full guide on cleaning.

​Price Comparison Of Bought v Reloaded Ammunition Part 2: PPU 45/70

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 29 days ago 964 Views No comments

For this comparison, I’ll compare the costs of 45/70 ammunition with a hand loaded counterpart. 45/70 is a fairly expensive calibre to shoot, simply due to the volume of material that is required to load it. It is a large calibre, shooting a heavy bullet, using a large case and comparatively hefty powder charge.

Price Comparison Of Bought v Reloaded Ammunition Part 1: PPU 308 Winchester

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 29 days ago 2550 Views 3 comments

Loading your own ammunition, versus buying it, is a debate as old as the hills. There are countless sources arguing one side or the other, but most focus around ifs and buts, so here is a direct comparison for cost and convenience based on how much money you could save.

Why Reload Instead Of Buying Factory Ammunition?

By Derek Unsworth 1 month ago 565 Views No comments

Many years ago, I bought a lever action rifle that came with a used Lee progressive press and other bits and bobs that I had no idea what they did. That started the whole reloading journey for me that continues today but why do other people get into it, for me it was an off shoot of that purchase, but I had never set out to reload.

You’ve Bought Lee Reloading Equipment, Now What?

By Derek Unsworth 1 month ago 215 Views No comments

You’ve finally taken the plunge and bought your first reloading kit (Lee in this instance) unpacked all the boxes and laid it out in your reloading space, on first look it all does look a little daunting. The following is based on reloading an already fired .308 case.

Gun Maintenance During Lockdown

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 2 months ago 154 Views No comments

Get the right tools to keep your guns in tip top condition

Henry Krank Glossary Of Reloading Related Words & Terms

By James Evans 2 months ago 217 Views No comments

To help the novice reloader and those experienced in reloading ammunition already who may need a refresher, we’ve created a comprehensive glossary of common words and terms in reloading and what they mean.

​Bigger & Better Than Ever! The NEW Henry Krank 2021 Catalogue

By Ana Nikacevic 6 months ago 784 Views No comments

Bigger & Better Than Ever! The NEW Henry Krank 2021 Catalogue

Order your FREE copy now at: www.henrykrank.com/2021

What Is An Inert Gun?

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 10 months ago 2430 Views No comments

An inert gun is a gun that has never been proofed or designed for use as a proper firearm. They cannot be loaded, and are incapable of discharging a shot or being modified to do so.

The Toys For The Black Stuff

By Bill Harriman 11 months ago 1332 Views No comments

The only type of handgun you can legally shoot in the UK is a muzzle loader. Wild Bill Harriman saddles up and explains how to get started.

How to replace the internal parts in a Remington 1858 black powder revolver

By John Crossley 11 months ago 1756 Views No comments

Occasionally, your Remington 1858 may develop a fault, and may require a new part. Some disassembly of the gun is likely to be required, but fortunately Remington 1858s are simple and easy guns to work on and feature few internal parts.

17 Simple Rules For Black Powder Revolver Accuracy

By Pedersoli 1 years ago 909 Views No comments

Ensure accuracy when shooting your Black Powder Revolver by following these 17 simple rules (kindly supplied by Pedersoli).

How To Replace Internal Parts In A Western Blank Firing Revolver

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 1 years ago 753 Views No comments

How do I replace the internal parts in my Uberti or Pietta western blank firer? No matter what model of blank firing revolver you’ve got, occasionally it may require some maintenance. Parts occasionally break, but fortunately they are readily available from us and easy to replace.

Replacement Of Internal Parts For The Colt 1849/1851/1860 Black Powder Revolvers

By John Crossley 1 years ago 1818 Views No comments

Colt model black powder revolvers were amongst the first commercially successful black powder revolvers, largely due to their simplicity. It is easy to work on Colt revolvers, as there are few internal parts, all of which are simple to replace.

Pedersoli Tang Sight Guide For Centrefire Rifles

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 1 years ago 1604 Views No comments

Depending on the kind of shooting you’re doing, you’ll need the right sight to complement the right gun. When target shooting at any distance, precision and consistency is key to getting the highest scores. To that end, proper sighting is essential for good shooting. The Pedersoli range of front and rear sights are at the top of their game when it comes to aperture and silhouette sights, with the Creedmore range made specially with long range single shot rifle shooting in mind.

Muzzle Loading Cannon Buying Guide

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 1 years ago 914 Views No comments

Our range of Ardesa miniature cannon are ever popular and a great way to have a different shooting experience at the range. Miniaturised reproductions of full-size field guns of the era, these cannon are small enough to be loaded and operated by one person, and convenient enough to be a frequent range visitor.

Uberti 1873 S.A.A - The Ned Buntline Special

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 1 years ago 857 Views No comments

Legend has it that dime novelist, Ned Buntline, presented special order Colt revolvers with long barrels and detachable stocks to Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson and other noted ‘Old West’ celebrities. Based on this story, the long-barreled ‘Peacemakers’ with their special target sights came to be called ‘Buntline Specials’. Revolving rifles and carbines were among the first effective repeating rifles. Models produced by Colt were carried in the Mexican War and the Apache Wars of the Old Southwest.

Quick Reference Guide for Uberti Centrefire Rifles

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 1 years ago 262 Views No comments

Uberti have been producing reproductions of famous Western rifles for decades and are rightly one of the leading names in top quality historic firearms. Uberti’s range of centrefire rifles is probably the most comprehensive available, and covers a wide breadth of lever gun development, from the very first 1860 ‘Henry’ rifle, to the later single shot 1885 ‘High Wall’ target rifles.

The Gun That Won The West - The Uberti 1873

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 1 years ago 486 Views No comments

The Winchester 1873 lever action rifle is the definitive ‘gun that won the west’. Ubiquitous in any Western book, film or historical source, the 1873 is a gun that is instantly recognisable the world over. Uberti’s reproduction of the Winchester 1873 is a gun that is faithful to the original in every respect. Available in a variety of calibres, our favourite is the option offered in .357 magnum.

Quick Reference Guide For Pedersoli Centrefire Rifles

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 1 years ago 225 Views No comments

Pedersoli centrefire guns are renown the world over for their quality of manufacture and shooting. From the casual target shooter, to the serious long-range shooter, there is a Pedersoli gun available for every purpose. Pedersoli’s range of centrefire rifles, built in the spirit of the original guns, are second to none for historical accuracy and quality.

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The Henry Krank Blank Firing Revolver Instruction Guide

By Derek Unsworth 26 days ago 661 Views No comments

Full instruction manual for wester blank firer revolvers by Pietta and Uberti. Including a full guide on cleaning.

​Price Comparison Of Bought v Reloaded Ammunition Part 2: PPU 45/70

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 29 days ago 964 Views No comments

For this comparison, I’ll compare the costs of 45/70 ammunition with a hand loaded counterpart. 45/70 is a fairly expensive calibre to shoot, simply due to the volume of material that is required to load it. It is a large calibre, shooting a heavy bullet, using a large case and comparatively hefty powder charge.

Price Comparison Of Bought v Reloaded Ammunition Part 1: PPU 308 Winchester

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 29 days ago 2550 Views 3 comments

Loading your own ammunition, versus buying it, is a debate as old as the hills. There are countless sources arguing one side or the other, but most focus around ifs and buts, so here is a direct comparison for cost and convenience based on how much money you could save.

Why Reload Instead Of Buying Factory Ammunition?

By Derek Unsworth 1 month ago 565 Views No comments

Many years ago, I bought a lever action rifle that came with a used Lee progressive press and other bits and bobs that I had no idea what they did. That started the whole reloading journey for me that continues today but why do other people get into it, for me it was an off shoot of that purchase, but I had never set out to reload.

You’ve Bought Lee Reloading Equipment, Now What?

By Derek Unsworth 1 month ago 215 Views No comments

You’ve finally taken the plunge and bought your first reloading kit (Lee in this instance) unpacked all the boxes and laid it out in your reloading space, on first look it all does look a little daunting. The following is based on reloading an already fired .308 case.

Gun Maintenance During Lockdown

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 2 months ago 154 Views No comments

Get the right tools to keep your guns in tip top condition

Henry Krank Glossary Of Reloading Related Words & Terms

By James Evans 2 months ago 217 Views No comments

To help the novice reloader and those experienced in reloading ammunition already who may need a refresher, we’ve created a comprehensive glossary of common words and terms in reloading and what they mean.

​Bigger & Better Than Ever! The NEW Henry Krank 2021 Catalogue

By Ana Nikacevic 6 months ago 784 Views No comments

Bigger & Better Than Ever! The NEW Henry Krank 2021 Catalogue

Order your FREE copy now at: www.henrykrank.com/2021

What Is An Inert Gun?

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 10 months ago 2430 Views No comments

An inert gun is a gun that has never been proofed or designed for use as a proper firearm. They cannot be loaded, and are incapable of discharging a shot or being modified to do so.

The Toys For The Black Stuff

By Bill Harriman 11 months ago 1332 Views No comments

The only type of handgun you can legally shoot in the UK is a muzzle loader. Wild Bill Harriman saddles up and explains how to get started.

How to replace the internal parts in a Remington 1858 black powder revolver

By John Crossley 11 months ago 1756 Views No comments

Occasionally, your Remington 1858 may develop a fault, and may require a new part. Some disassembly of the gun is likely to be required, but fortunately Remington 1858s are simple and easy guns to work on and feature few internal parts.

17 Simple Rules For Black Powder Revolver Accuracy

By Pedersoli 1 years ago 909 Views No comments

Ensure accuracy when shooting your Black Powder Revolver by following these 17 simple rules (kindly supplied by Pedersoli).

How To Replace Internal Parts In A Western Blank Firing Revolver

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 1 years ago 753 Views No comments

How do I replace the internal parts in my Uberti or Pietta western blank firer? No matter what model of blank firing revolver you’ve got, occasionally it may require some maintenance. Parts occasionally break, but fortunately they are readily available from us and easy to replace.

Replacement Of Internal Parts For The Colt 1849/1851/1860 Black Powder Revolvers

By John Crossley 1 years ago 1818 Views No comments

Colt model black powder revolvers were amongst the first commercially successful black powder revolvers, largely due to their simplicity. It is easy to work on Colt revolvers, as there are few internal parts, all of which are simple to replace.

Pedersoli Tang Sight Guide For Centrefire Rifles

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 1 years ago 1604 Views No comments

Depending on the kind of shooting you’re doing, you’ll need the right sight to complement the right gun. When target shooting at any distance, precision and consistency is key to getting the highest scores. To that end, proper sighting is essential for good shooting. The Pedersoli range of front and rear sights are at the top of their game when it comes to aperture and silhouette sights, with the Creedmore range made specially with long range single shot rifle shooting in mind.

Muzzle Loading Cannon Buying Guide

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 1 years ago 914 Views No comments

Our range of Ardesa miniature cannon are ever popular and a great way to have a different shooting experience at the range. Miniaturised reproductions of full-size field guns of the era, these cannon are small enough to be loaded and operated by one person, and convenient enough to be a frequent range visitor.

Uberti 1873 S.A.A - The Ned Buntline Special

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 1 years ago 857 Views No comments

Legend has it that dime novelist, Ned Buntline, presented special order Colt revolvers with long barrels and detachable stocks to Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson and other noted ‘Old West’ celebrities. Based on this story, the long-barreled ‘Peacemakers’ with their special target sights came to be called ‘Buntline Specials’. Revolving rifles and carbines were among the first effective repeating rifles. Models produced by Colt were carried in the Mexican War and the Apache Wars of the Old Southwest.

Quick Reference Guide for Uberti Centrefire Rifles

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 1 years ago 262 Views No comments

Uberti have been producing reproductions of famous Western rifles for decades and are rightly one of the leading names in top quality historic firearms. Uberti’s range of centrefire rifles is probably the most comprehensive available, and covers a wide breadth of lever gun development, from the very first 1860 ‘Henry’ rifle, to the later single shot 1885 ‘High Wall’ target rifles.

The Gun That Won The West - The Uberti 1873

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 1 years ago 486 Views No comments

The Winchester 1873 lever action rifle is the definitive ‘gun that won the west’. Ubiquitous in any Western book, film or historical source, the 1873 is a gun that is instantly recognisable the world over. Uberti’s reproduction of the Winchester 1873 is a gun that is faithful to the original in every respect. Available in a variety of calibres, our favourite is the option offered in .357 magnum.

Quick Reference Guide For Pedersoli Centrefire Rifles

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 1 years ago 225 Views No comments

Pedersoli centrefire guns are renown the world over for their quality of manufacture and shooting. From the casual target shooter, to the serious long-range shooter, there is a Pedersoli gun available for every purpose. Pedersoli’s range of centrefire rifles, built in the spirit of the original guns, are second to none for historical accuracy and quality.