Category Archives: Surplus

Springfield Notes

More On One Of The Most Well-Documented Rifles In US History By Holt Bodinson Over the 42-year life of its

Greatest Little Gun

Ithaca’s Peabody-Inspired Model 49 Saddlegun Was A Unique Single-Shot .22. “Greatest Little Gun in the Land—The Ithaca Model 49 Saddlegun,”

Ruger Goes Long Range

The New Precision Rifle Is Just What Its Name Suggests. New firearm product introductions occur routinely throughout the year, and

A Top-Shelf .22 Trainer

Poland’s KBK.S wz.48 Is One Sweet-Shooting Collectible “Sleeper.” The militaries of the world struck out in different directions when it

Guns With Character

A Savage 99 .32-40 Shows The Influence Of A Knowledgeable Owner. Walking down rows of black, synthetic stocked rifles, I

A Concept Refined

Ruger’s Gunsite Scout Does A Bang-Up Job Of Realizing Cooper’s Original Vision Of A “General-Purpose Rifle.” The Scout rifle concept