• A practical/tactical carbine needs to perform well at the range…but be adapted to your real-world needs.
  • Practical Goes Tactical – Part I

    Practical Goes Tactical A Step-by-Step Guide to Outfitting a Fighting AR that’s Fun to Shoot by Dave Norman I looked at the mountain of unpacked boxes, and then to the fully accessorized rifle ideally suited to my needs: a practical/tactical … Continue reading »

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  • Flashback Friday: September 1988

      25 Years Ago (September 1988) –Gun World columnist Chuck Karwin visited the Republic of South Africa (RSA) to test an A-Square Hannibal rifle using .416 Rigby cartridges, and had this to say: “I was surprised that practically all hunting … Continue reading »

  • Weighing just 6 ¾ pounds, the new Weatherby Back Country rifle sports a fluted 24-inch barrel that lets you maximize bullet velocity. For testing, the author mounted a Leupold VX-3 3.5-10 X 40 mm scope in a set of Tallley lightweight one-piece base and rings.
  • The Bearable Lightness of Weatherby-Part I

    First in a two-part series. To read Part II, click here! The Bearable Lightness of Weatherby The All-New Back Country Rifle is an Accurate, Lightweight Tack Driver             Lightweight rifles have been all the rage lately, at least in the … Continue reading »

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  • Flashback Friday!- November 1963

    In our next issue (January 2014), you will see our new “Gunsmithing” column, to celebrate this upcoming feature, here is our November 1963 issue with the blurb “Backyard Gunsmithing” featured on the cover.  

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  • The Ruger Twist-Part II

    Part II in a two-part series on the Ruger’s 10/22 Rifle! To read Part I, click here! The Ruger Twist The 1022-TD is a Whole New Take(down) on the Popular Autoloading .22 Rimfire Carbine. The Ultimate Portable Package What good … Continue reading »

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