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Sunday, March 28, 2010

The Wide Wild World of Gun Blogs

Steve from the world famous firearmblog has an article published over at GunsAmerica online magazine, The State of the Gun Blogosphere. The world of gun blogs is growing daily; sites like the firearmblog have professional qualities and contain leading industry information. Many of the top gun bloggers Steve highlights in his article are tireless, talented writers; many are also extraordinarily talented photographers. The past, present, and future of gun information is online. IMHO, blogs and ezines will likely soon take over the bulk of the journalistic aspects of the gun world from the monthly print periodicals. The world moves on.

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