Shooting Editor John B. Snow puts this beefy, but elegant, precision bolt gun to the test.
There’s really no logical reason for anyone to shoot dangerous game rifles for fun. They bruise your shoulders, batter your trigger finger, induce headaches worthy of the most enthusiastic bourbon binge and drain your wallet with every boom. Other than when employed for their intended use, about the only thing they are good for is checking the quality of your dental work.
Several states understand that recruiting new hunters is critical and have taken steps to make it happen.
Learn hunting's most useful shooting support.
Any shooter who likes to seriously tinker with AR-style rifles is going to want Santa to bring one of these for Christmas.
Is the Federal government trying to pressure banks to put people in the gun industry out of business? Based on revelations around “Operation Choke Point,” it seems the answer might be yes.
TriStar's new Viper G2 SR Sport is reasonably priced and should handle fairly well, whether for sporting clays or chasing birds.
When does an AR-style rifle no longer become scary to anti-gun politicians in places like New York? The answer, it seems, hinges around that nasty, crime-promoting, ergonomic pistol grip. (And you thought that money was the root of all evil.)
|Page 1 of 34||123456789…||next ›||last »|