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Rock-Bottom Rolling Block

Splashed across the pages and back covers of gun magazines of the 1950s and ’60s were the world’s greatest milsurp treasures from importers like Hunters...
Read Full Article Holt Bodinson
6.5-300 Weatherby Magnum

When Weatherby announced the 6.5-.300 cartridge in 2016 you just knew it was going to be the biggest, fastest, flattest-shooting 6.5 on the planet.
Read Full Article Dave Anderson
A .35 Remington Retro Trio

I got my first gun magazine staff job in 1977. It was on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles at a multi-story building now fallen victim to the wrecking ball....
Read Full Article Payton Miller
The M1896 Mauser

When planning my book, Shooting World War II Small Arms, I almost didn’t include the Swedish Model 1896 Mauser chambered for 6.5x55. The reason was...
Read Full Article Mike "Duke" Venturino
Five Fun Things To Do With...

Twenty-nine percent of my firearms are .22s. I’m not sure what caused me to count them recently, but when I did, I wondered why so many? I spent a lazy...
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Savage Rascal Target XP

With one eye on our youth and the other on the future, Savage has updated and refined the ol’ single-shot Rascal into two very fetching target models —...
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The .222 Remington

In the year 1950 firearms had not yet become a great interest to me because I was only 11 years old but I could name the roster of every baseball team....
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Remington Model 783 Mossy...

The Model 783 was designed by American’s bolt action experts and engineered with precision, durability and performance enhancing technology, now available...
Read Full Article Mark Kakkuri
6.5 Creedmoor Beware!

A red sun was kissing Namibia’s dunes when the wildebeest ghosted past one-quarter mile away. Last chance. Bush to bush, I reeled them in to iron sight...
Read Full Article Wayne van Zwoll
Krag Fever!

Some people say my luck is uncanny in finding good-shooting specimens of historic firearms to add to the collection. “Nah,” I reply, “Sometimes it’s...
Read Full Article Mike "Duke" Venturino
Elegant Efficiency

Back in the late 1970s my mantra was “the shorter, the lighter, the better.” So I went through a carbine phase, one which included a Winchester 94...
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Ruger’s M77 Hawkeye...

Although I’m long past the age of finding pleasure in having a heavy recoiling rifle bounce off my shoulder, I still want something capable of taking...
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Exclusive: Big And Little...

When Ruger announced two new rifle model configurations, it took all of a nanosecond for me to start snooping out the details, and it’s all good...
Read Full Article Dave Workman