From the rifle shop owner to the helpful folks at Cabela’s, there’s always someone around to answer your firearms questions. But what about more personal questions, like which brass to use? Many hunters think of their brass as something very personal. They might be the ones to chamfer it or to deb...
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Buying a .22 is a great decision for a lot of reasons. This is the perfect weapon to buy if you have someone you would like to teach how to shoot. The recoil is a less than many higher caliber options so it won't be as intimidating. Another reason to use this is that it is a good choice for those who...
Being awakened by a crash or bump in the night is a terrifying proposition, especially if there are children and other family members in the house. If you suspect that someone has broken into your home, and you have called the police, what self-defense weapon will you reach for should you encounter t...
Long range rifles are popular to use for applications such as large game hunting, target shooting, and sniping. As the name suggests, they are designed to shoot targets as a long distance. The ability to hit a target at a long range requires plenty of skill and practice. You will need to learn how to...
A sling is about the most basic accessory you can get for a large weapon, and while optional, is necessary when carrying weapons for long periods of time. This is also an essential piece of equipment for sufferers of back or shoulder injuries, and one that can prolong the life of a weapon if you tend...
We have come a long way with the muzzleloader just in the last 10 years. In fact, the number of people hunting muzzleloader now is astounding to me. With that ratcheting up in demand of course comes a slew of products onto the market that are looking to fill the gap. Some are quick fixes that were th...
The hunting rifle is of course the pinnacle of hunting gear and depending on what you are after there a ton of options out there. What do you hunt, how do you hunt and what are you looking to achieve in totality with that rifle. There are hunters out there who have different rifles for every hunt. I ...
Having a meal that you hunted for yourself is a point of pride for some hunters. Others compete for sport, and taxidermy their kills into trophies. In either case you need a reliable gun that will do the job properly. Knowing what the best firearm would be for what intended game is important, and onc...
If you are doing some small varmint hunting or looking for a great starter rifle the Savage 93r17 is the rifle to have. For shot after shot placement the AccuTrigger eliminates the creep in your trigger. The easy to adjust trigger can be set t your pound preference. For quick reload it has a detachab...
If you want a simple, sleek, and add-on capable rifle, the Marlin 795 will not steer you wrong. It has less variants than some other rifles – including other Marlins – but what it lacks in flashy appearance it makes up for in reliability and portability. You can easily add a rifle sling, or if you op...
For a while, Winchester closed its doors in 2006 due to union problems, antiquated machinery, and rising costs. Much to the delight of the shooting public, the Winchester Model 70 with controlled-round feed began being produced in Columbia, South Carolina. The public liked America’s rifles being m...
You would expect nothing less than a well designed long rifle that the design is decades old from the well-known Savage Arms Company. The Savage 64F is a treasure to have in your gun collection. It is easy to use, extremely reliable and accurate while remaining lightweight. The Savage 64F is a 22 cal...