J. Scott Rupp - October 25, 2011
Mossberg's new MVP is a varmint/predator .223/5.56 rifle that proved to be accurate with a...
J. Scott Rupp - October 24, 2011
The United States finished in the middle of the pack at the 2011 Palma competition, part of...
J. Scott Rupp - October 11, 2011
Copper fouling is the bane of centerfire shooters who shoot jacketed bullets, which is pretty...
J. Scott Rupp - October 07, 2011
Roberts Precision Rifles recently completed a gun for the Lone Survivor Foundation, a gun...
J. Scott Rupp - October 06, 2011
If you're a Barnes VOR-TX ammunition user and have a story to tell, Barnes wants to hear from...
J. Scott Rupp - October 01, 2011
When talk turns to the great gun writers of all time, the discussion usually turns around two
Layne Simpson - September 30, 2011
Back in the 1950s, Cooper Landing, Alaska, gunsmith Harold Johnson decided to neck up the .348
J. Scott Rupp - September 30, 2011
While models and calibers have been cut down over the years, the Ruger No. 1 is still...
J. Scott Rupp - September 21, 2011
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