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
The 2012 London Olympics are just around the corner, and U.S.
athletes have been traveling
J. Scott Rupp - September 20, 2011
The author mounted the Burris Eliminator Laserscope on his favorite rifle, a Rifles Inc....
J. Scott Rupp - September 14, 2011
Musing on what chamberings will end up in the dustbin of history is always an entertaining
J. Scott Rupp - September 09, 2011
Last night on the Military Channel they showcased their list of Top 10 battle rifles. It was...
J. Scott Rupp - August 29, 2011
A couple weeks ago I put up a post on the rifle chamberings I currently have in my safe....
J. Guthrie - August 26, 2011
In this clip from Modern Rifle Adventures, Dick Metcalf and J. Guthrie have built what they...
J. Scott Rupp - August 23, 2011
Rifle Shooter contributing editor David Tubb captured the recently concluded NRA Long Range
Temporary Price Reduction.
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