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Hawk’s Eye Guns

We love to: shoot for sport, collect, rescue, and repair, firearms. Sadly, there are very few places that focus on these simple yet enjoyable things. This site and accompanying podcast were created in answer to combat the scarcity of the joy of shooting.


Latest Podcasts

Podcast 93: Taurus G3c

Sean gets a G3c on the cheap and is surprised at how good it really is. Jake lusts after things he can’t have and the boys discuss whats going on…

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Podcast 92: New Rules

Sean and Jake take a look at the current state of the rules and what we think is happening and what needs to happen with 2A-related issues in the days…

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Podcast 88: Beretta Cheetah

Sean finally lands a Beretta Cheetah and is over the moon about it! Then Jake comes up with a brainchild and swaps the 92fs Sean has for the p30sk and…

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Featured Blog Posts

Ithaca’s of Yesterday

I have a particular weakness for old shotguns. Not just because I find them beautiful, I do, but I also feel the need to rescue every one of them I come across. It is even more so in the case of old Ithaca’s. Admittedly it’s not that they are particularly…

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Seward Leather

I have a favorite knife. It’s a simple enough statement but one that proved to be a little annoying for me of late. My knife is one that 3 people had their hands in making. Here’s the deal, in my hometown my father lived next to a blacksmith, Paul. He…

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Fixing My Ithaca Model 51 Featherlight Shotgun

Almost a year ago to the day I traded some work for an Ithaca Model 51 Featherlight autoloading shotgun. It rapidly became one of, if not my outright favorite, shotgun to bust clays with. It’s soft on the shoulder, with a high comb, a nice ventilated barrel, double beaded sight,…

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M-CARBO Pro Trigger Kit for the Savage Axis

The trigger pull on the Savage Axis I recently acquired was a bit on the stiff side. Not horrible mind you but just shy of 6lbs was a bit a little more than I wanted to deal with for target shooting. Since that was the primary reason I bought the…

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