• Ruger has a winner with the SR1911, the company’s long-anticipated entry into the Model 1911 arena.
  • Ruger’s Rugged 1911

    This U.S.-made .45 is everything you’d expect from the folks who gave us the Redhawk, Blackhawk, SR9, LC9 and, of course, the No. 1 Story and Photos by Dave Workman First, there were the jagged pieces of broken clay targets, … Continue reading »

Long-Gun Concealment

‘Hiding’ your gun from game in the field tips the odds in your favor

Story and Photos by Richard Folsland

The word “concealment” is defined in Webster’s New World Dictionary as “to hide or keep secret.” When it comes to the subject of handgun concealment, you can hardly pick up a gun magazine these days without seeing at least one article pertaining to handgun concealment. With the proliferation of “shall issue” states allowing concealed carry, these articles are of great importance.

However, most gun owners don’t feel the need to have a discussion involving concealment of long guns. By concealment of a long gun, I’m not referring to ways of hiding it under a trench coat, but rather, hiding it from game in the field. The human form walking upright scares game enough as it is without having a firearm add to the problem.


Back in the 1970’s when I was just beginning my career as a hunter, it was stylish to have a fancy-looking rifle or shotgun to show off. In those days, fancy meant bright bluing and a shiny, glossy stock finish. Anything less on a rifle or shotgun was a sure sign that the gun was cheap, or at least inexpensive.

To read this article in its entirety, pick up a copy of Gun World’s September issue, available on newsstands now.


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  • The Semi-Auto DPM Light Machine Gun

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  • CZ’s Upland Ultralight is a purpose-built shotgun that combines light weight with solid build at a reasonable price.

    CZ debuts a modern, no-nonsense stackbarrel that won’t break your back or the bank By Brad Fitzpatrick Photos by Ben Gettinger Less is more. If that is true, then CZ has a real winner on its hands with its new … Continue reading »

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