Friday, August 12, 2022

Ed Head

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Ed Head has been a regular on Shooting Gallery, Gun Stories and Down Range TV. He has worked for almost 30 years in law enforcement, first in the United States Air Force and then with the United States Border Patrol, retiring as a Field Operations Supervisor. During his Border Patrol career, Ed worked in a variety of patrol, investigative and training capacities. Ed has an extensive background as a firearms instructor, having trained thousands, ranging from beginners to police, military and special operations personnel. Having taught at Gunsite for 20 years, Ed first trained there under the world famous shooting school’s founder, Jeff Cooper, then later ran the school as the operations manager for more than five years. Ed lives in Chino Valley, Arizona, where he continues to teach and write.

Review: Ruger SR1911 Lightweight Officer-Style Model .45ACP

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Ed Head reviews the Ruger SR1911 Lightweight Officer-Style Model .45ACP.

Review: Big Horn Armory Model 89 .500 S&W

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Ed Head reviews Big Horn Armory's Model 89 .500 S&W.

Shooting Long Range Rifles on a Budget

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Rifles, scopes and ammunition for long-range shooting have come a long way in just a few years.

Review: Ruger Precision Rimfire Rifle

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Ed Head reviews Ruger's Precision Rimfire Rifle.

Review: S&W Shield EZ .380

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Ed Head reviews the S&W Shield EZ .380.

Review: Ruger GP100 Match Champion 10mm

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Ed Head reviews Ruger's GP100 Match Champion 10mm.

Review: SIG Sauer P365

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Ed Head reviews Sig Sauer's new 9mm compact, high capacity concealed carry pistol, the P365.

Review: Auto Ordnance M1 Carbine

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Ed Head took the Kahr Arms/Auto Ordnance M1 carbine to the range together with his original World War II M1 carbine made by Winchester.

Review: Chiappa Triple Shotgun

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The Chiappa triple-barrel shotgun may be the ultimate “Get off my lawn” or burglar deterrent. After all, what could be more intimidating than looking down the barrel, make that the barrels, of a triple-barreled 12 gauge shotgun?

Review: Ruger Ranch Rifle .223

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The lightweight Ruger Ranch Rifle is accurate, inexpensive and versatile. This new rifle is an extension of an already very full lineup in the American Rifle series.