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Springfield Armory’s M14 (A1). To Wieland’s eye, it is better looking than either its predecessor M1 Garand or its successor, the M16 (AR-15).
The M14. Unsung. Much Loved.
To read John Lachuk’s piece in the 1965 Gun Digest, you’d think the M14 was…
The gun is a W&C Scott Monte Carlo ‘B’.
The Gun Room
The title of this piece might feel familiar to you, and rightly so: It has…
Mannlicher-Schönauer Model 1905, chambered for the 9x56 M-S, is as fine a bolt-action woods carbine as you will find.
In many ways, .35-caliber cartridges find themselves in the same situation as 35-year old men: …
Fabarm Elos N2 RS Shotgun Review
Shotgun Passion with Travis Mears is a new exclusive series for this YouTube channel filmed…
The Ruger Blackhawk came along in 1956, chambered in .357 Magnum, and has been with us ever since. The holster is by George Lawrence, from the 1960s.
Everyone’s a Cowboy. Some More, Some Less.
Thirty years ago, the editor-in-chief of Gray’s Sporting Journal, David Foster, summoned me down to…
Possibly the most spectacular piece of English walnut Wieland’s ever seen, although he prefers the French walnut on the E.M. Reilly, also shown. Some chocolate sundaes are just too rich. Still, a beautiful piece, and no one would ever call it boring.
This week, I had the pleasure of visiting Lee Shaver in his single-shot temple in…
Christensen Arms Model 14 MPR, chambered in 6 Creedmoor and fitted with a Sightron S1 4-12x40 scope.
In Praise of Newer Rifles
Every so often, I get a letter asking why I never write about newer rifles…
J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co. Model 52 “Schuetzen Jr.” in .22 Long Rifle, probably made just before the Great War. Note the unusual configuration of the Monte Carlo comb and pronounced perch-belly stock. This is reminiscent of the work of George Schoyen of Denver.
Yet Another Stevens (Yay!)
Stevens devotees are lucky: No matter how many you own, you can never claim to…
Literary pictures of life in the great age of Victorian and Edwardian shooting—fact, fiction, and fantasy.
Oliver & Gladys
It’s time to recommend another book: Olly, by Rupert Godfrey, is “The life and times…
Miss Barbara showing how it’s done, with her beloved Kolar shotgun on the trap field. She calls herself the “shooting Barbie,” but we wouldn’t dare.
Just DON’T Do It! (Sorry, Nike)
So, you’re a man thinking of teaching your wife to shoot clays? Hooray! Good for…
Winchester pre-’64 Model 70 in .220 Swift, with a 26-inch barrel and fitted with a Meopta Optika5 MeoPro 4-20x50 RD scope. The rifle was manufactured in 1953.
A Match Made in Heaven
Not many cartridges can claim to have a mystique, and a cult-like following, but the…
What a century-old Brady case looks like after 35 years in the rafters of a henhouse. The rest of the case was no better.
Down to Cases
One is reminded of the famous line from 48 Hours: The dishevelled cop, Nick Nolte,…
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