Stoeger’s Condor Outback is designed for practical applications, namely brush hunting, and it has plenty of pleasing, if minor, features.
I learned to load using an old Lee Loader. My reloading bench has a distinct red motif. But this is the first time I’ve ever been disappointed with a Lee.
Old school lever-action rifles are often specialist territory, but Browning has made a serious effort to fix inherent problems with the Browning Lever Rifle
At a shooting competition I’m the only one using a revolver and it leads to a lot of curiosity about my equipment, especially my speedloaders.
For those who may have less experience, I’d like to introduce some concepts that add up to what makes a gun’s trigger good, poor, or somewhere in-between.
This .44 Magnum big-bore revolver, Ruger’s Super Blackhawk, is so tough that handloading manuals include information for use in them exclusively.
I wouldn’t recommend Browning’s 20-gauge Silver Hunter shotgun to everyone, but if you are a smaller or recoil-adverse shooter it might be the ticket.
The case that everyone who loves shooting (and perhaps even more, reloading) should have a place on their shelves for a .357 Magnum.
Vortex Optics’ SPARC II represents a tremendous value to long gun owners looking for an introduction to Red dot optics at a reasonable price.
We’re looking back at over a 100 years of revolver innovations with designs ranging from brilliant to bizarre.