Jeff Quinn of Gunblast has helped thousands of people choose which gun to buy next. His reviews are thorough and complete. In fact, it was one of his reviews many years ago that got me hooked on guns.
Built to appeal to hunters, the 1911R1 10mm Hunter Long Slide marks Remington’s only real entry into the pistol hunting market.
Henry Arms Big Boy rifles and carbines are winners, so it’s exciting when the popular series expands into new chamberings like the under-appreciated .327 Federal Magnum cartridge.
Expanding on the line of +P personal defense loads taking aim at those packing subcompact handguns, Federal’s new 130-grain .38 Special round packs a punch.
Rimfire expert 22Plinkster ups his caliber of choice and goes the distance with Savage’s new MSR Hunter rifle.
The rifle was meant to be a light-weight camping companion and a convenient tool for survival when the stars align and the user is at the world’s mercy.
Sub-gauges are more en vogue than ever and, while usually priced toward a higher-echelon clientele, guns like the CZ 628 Field Select are changing things.
Part I of this series mentioned the irony of “failure porn” in society versus the trend of failure avoidance. This part will deal with conquering failure.
There are quite a few rounds out there that tailored to the needs of new hunters (and maybe even new shooters also) and here are my top five.
The following six hunting rifles are no longer in production yet still find their way to the deer woods each fall in the hands of hunters.