Other than owners of centerfire M&P pistols, who should be interested in the M&P-22 pistol? Training? Hunting? Competition?
The M-223/308 line is Nikon’s entry into the “tactical” optics market and promises features available on scopes selling for hundreds of dollars more.
While it’s not the prettiest or smoothest rifle, Marlin’s 795 semi-auto is one of the best performers at and significantly above it’s price point.
The SR-556E is a tough, reliable gun at a reasonable price point for all-around use for a casual shooters like me, but if you plan on customizing, move on.
If you want to start a lively debate amongst gun owners, simply ask the question: “What’s a good introductory optic?” The XLT is one answer from Bushnell.
The Lee Breech Lock Hand Press is a little contraption that distills the essence of a single-stage press into a portable hand tool.
The Browning BL-22 is a “quality meets economy” argument in defense of the practicality and fun of small caliber lever guns.
Naysayers will harp on its inexpensive finish and plain appearance, but can’t argue with its performance. This rifle is for shooters who treat their guns like tools, not idols.
Slings are crucial for field guns. A good sling isn’t sexy or fun; it’s useful. Without a solid sling, hiking a gun through the woods would be a nightmare, especially after harvesting game.
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