This issue features Winchester Pre-’64 Model 70, Dream Dakota, Remington Hepburn No. 3 in 25-20 Winchester, 9.3x62mm, Nosler Model 21, and much more.
With so much in the way of equipment out there today in the shooting world, it’s easy to get conf... ...Read More >
Rick and Jeremiah setup and test the Oehler System 89. It is designed to measure in real time you... ...Read More >
Opening the box from Ruger instantly revealed a cousin to an old favorite of mine. Called the Haw... ...Read More >
The late Bill Ruger (1916-2002) needs no introduction. Rather, suffice to say that he possessed a remarkable blend of talents that included being a firearms designer (holding many patents) and developing innovative manufacturing techniques. Plus, he proved to be a marketing genius, a shooter, a hunter and a family man. He was especially known for his many charitable contributions. ...Read More >
After moving to Montana in the 1970s, much of my leisure time and financial treasure was spent on shooting and learning about varmint and hunting rifles. Both types of hunting were scarce or completely absent in the area of my birth. Whenever there were enough extra bucks in my pocket to afford another rifle of a different caliber, one was added to my assortment. Also, necessary items included reloading accessories. As a fledgling gunwriter, I put my shooting/reloading experiences into words and photos and several such articles appeared on these pages starting about 1980. ...Read More >
This column will wrap-up coverage of Winchester’s amazing Model 52 rifle. In the last edition of Rifle, we left off at the operation that has driven many owners of Model 52Cs to tears – removal and replacement of the breechbolt. The reason is that 95 percent of 22 rimfire bolt guns require only pulling back on the trigger to allow the bolt to slide out. Model 52Cs don’t work that way. The other five percent use a lever or button to release the bolt. A Model 52C doesn’t work that way either. ...Read More >
Huskemaw was not only on the spear tip of extreme long-range shooting but has developed riflescope systems that make shots at long-range much easier. Huskemaw uses patented technology to make dialing elevation and windage easier to understand and confidently extend the maximum effective range in the field. Huskemaw’s patented HuntSmart Reticle allows a dead-on hold instead of holdovers, plus employing horizontal hash marks for wind drift hold-offs. ...Read More >