Category Archives: Rifleman

Until Next Fall


Deer Hunting’s Over. Now It’s Time To Prepare Your Rifle For Off-Season Storage. By Dave Anderson So another deer season

Stock Up


Adding Flair To Your Rifle Isn’t Too Costly And Can Be Both Functional and Beautiful. By Dave Anderson Back in

Heart Of The Matter


Rifle Cartridge Management Is Changing. Magazines for bolt-action rifles come in a variety of styles. But broadly speaking there are

Gunny Gear


Safely Using Firearms Afield Is Ably Aided With Today’s Technology. One of the fundamentals of accurate shooting is holding the

Gear Guns Need


Odds And Ends You Likely Should Consider For Your Rifle. Quality optics should be protected from dust, rain, scratches and

Fun Li’l Levergun


The Rossi Model 92 in .38/.357 Delivers Big Performance In A Small, Handy Package. Carbines chambered for handgun cartridges have

It’s a Long Shot


Make it count. Here’s how. There’s a saying in automobile racing, “Speed costs money, how fast do you want to

The Long Shot


Today’s Riflemen Have The Tools To Deliver Bullets To once Unheard-Of Distances. Back around 1970 a “once-a-year” average hunter could

Tikka Tales


The T3 Proves A Better Way To Launch A Long-Range .223. It was Boxing Day 2014 here in Canada. A

A Rifleman’s Rifleman


W.D.M. “Karamojo” Bell’s Observations On Dry-Firing, Follow-Through And Breaking Your Shot At The First Good Sight Picture Are Relevant To

Make Mine A Pump


The Quick-Firing Remington 7600 Holds Its Own Afield. What have been the most popular, most successful deer rifles of the