• Ruger’s new M77 Hawkeye Magnum Hunter rifle was conceived as a go-anywhere, do-anything rifle that can take the most punishing weather Mother Nature can dish out.
  • Ruger’s Risk, Your Reward (Part 1)

    Part one of two on Ruger’s New M77 Hawkeye Magnum Hunting Rifle! To read Part II, click here! Ruger’s Risk, Your Reward The New M77 Hawkeye Magnum Hunter Rifle is Built to Handle the Elements Innovation rarely comes easily, and … Continue reading »

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  • Flashback Friday- October 1973

    40 Years Ago (October 1973) – Brownells remains an industry leader by continually evolving their systems and procedures. In “The Halls of Montezuma,” Dennis Ballard described the process that supported their “new” expanded facility in Montezuma, Iowa. “Whether an order … Continue reading »

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  • RamRodz-New Product

    RamRodz  Inc. Revolutionizes Gun Cleaning A slow and tedious job is now faster and easier than ever before. RamRodz Incorporated announces a revolutionary NEW line of gun barrel and breech cleaners. RamRodz™ provide a simple-to-use, all-purpose cleaning system that eliminates … Continue reading »

  • Tim Brandt sighted in this beautiful trophy with a Weaver Grand Slam scope mounted atop a Weatherby Mark V Lightweight rifle.
  • Q&A With Weaver Optics

      No Optical Illusion Weaver® Optics Brings 80+ Years of Innovation and Expertise to the Shooting Experience   The adage goes, “You can’t hit what you can’t see,” and the folks at Weaver Optics and Mounting Systems have been doing … Continue reading »

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  • Flashback Friday- September 2003

    Despite all incredulity on the part of a certain editor, a full decade has passed since Browning’s White gold Medallion rifle in .270 merited a cover story.