Ruger Announces the Return of the Marlin 1895 Trapper

Lever action rifles are often thought of as old and irrelevant. Unfortunately for those who agree, you’re wrong. Several companies have been piling additional, modern features onto these guns, and I like what I’m seeing. Threaded muzzles and improved sights are just the start. The latest lever gun to get this treatment is the revivalContinue reading “Ruger Announces the Return of the Marlin 1895 Trapper”

The Brand NEW SIG Cross PRS Precision Rifle System

Sig Sauer has just introduced a competition-ready version of their Cross rifle, the Cross PRS. In this case, the initialism stands for Precision Rifle System, which is an accurate description of this rifle. Whether you’re using it for hunting or competition, all of the pieces have been selected to increase your accuracy at long distances.Continue reading “The Brand NEW SIG Cross PRS Precision Rifle System”

Take Down Small Game: The Volquartsen VT2 Takedown Rifle

Rimfire rifles are incredibly handy. They’re used in lightning-fast competition, for hunting, and for dispatching unwanted guests, regardless of how many legs they have. Some of the most popular rimfire rifles have been semi-automatic models. Volquartsen, known to many as masters of rimfire, has now entered a new rimfire option into the rifle market. ThisContinue reading “Take Down Small Game: The Volquartsen VT2 Takedown Rifle”

Savage Arms Adds .17 Winchester Super Magnum To A Series

Rimfire rifles are a clear favorite for those who hunt varmints. The ammunition is light, fast, and capable. What if you need a little extra thump behind your round? That’s why we have magnum cartridges. The .17 Winchester Super Magnum, or .17 WSM, is one such cartridge. Knowing their customers would appreciate the zippy littleContinue reading “Savage Arms Adds .17 Winchester Super Magnum To A Series”

Atlantic Firearms Importing NEW WBP AK47 762SC Jack Classic Rifle

There are so many variations when you talk about AK platform rifles. American-made AKs have become more popular over the past few years, but some folks still prefer those made somewhere to the east. Delivering classics to the U.S., Atlantic Firearms is now importing Polish-made AKs from WBP, designating them the Jack Classic Rifle. ReadContinue reading “Atlantic Firearms Importing NEW WBP AK47 762SC Jack Classic Rifle”

NEW 6mm ARC Covenant Rifles From Stag Arms

For those jobs where .308 is too big and .223 is too small, we have the 6mm ARC. Now, thanks to Stag Arms, left- and right-handed hunters have a familiar platform chambered in the versatile cartridge. This is the new Covenant rifle from Stag Arms. Read the details on AllOutdoor when you click below. NEWContinue reading “NEW 6mm ARC Covenant Rifles From Stag Arms”

The NEW ProBuild Verdict 300 Norma From Gunwerks

Extreme long-range (ELR) shooting requires more than a powerful cartridge. The rifle, ammunition, optic, and shooter need to be part of a precise system. I’m pretty new to long-range shooting, but I’m thankful that there are experts in the field who will take much of the guesswork out of the equation. The folks over atContinue reading “The NEW ProBuild Verdict 300 Norma From Gunwerks”

Guns & Ammo Rifle of the Year: The Savage Arms IMPULSE

Guns & Ammo recently awarded their yearly accolades to the new guns and gear of 2021. With some excellent products having been released, the competition was stiff. Coming out on top to land the Rifle of the Year award was Savage Arms with their straight-pull IMPULSE bolt-action rifle. Click the link below to read moreContinue reading “Guns & Ammo Rifle of the Year: The Savage Arms IMPULSE”

The Right Rifle For the Wrong Hand: Ruger’s Left-handed 10/22

We’re you born with the wrong hand as your dominant hand? You’re not alone. It’s said that 10% of the world developed incorrectly. Joking aside, options for left-handed shooters continue to be limited. It only seems right that one of America’s most popular rimfire rifles be available to all of the masses. Look out, lefties.Continue reading “The Right Rifle For the Wrong Hand: Ruger’s Left-handed 10/22”

The TC86 Takedown Rifle From Taylor’s & Company

I came into the firearms world in the mid-2000s. That was an era of many advances in firearms technology, which made it tough to appreciate older guns. Now that I’ve been around for a while (and have started getting some greys) I’m beginning to look back. There’s no gun with more charm than a classicContinue reading “The TC86 Takedown Rifle From Taylor’s & Company”