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The old Lee-Enfield No. 5 Mk. I, a.k.a., “Jungle Carbine,” was a decent “scout rifle” exactly as it was issued to British troops in Burma and Malaya in 1945. Other good factory scout rifles include the Savage 99 and the Mannlicher-Schönauer Model 1903.
Not quite a quest, but close. [by Terry Wieland] THE ARMY SCOUT IS AN ALMOST…
The Undeath of Trapshooting
Trap lives on, and for good reason. [by Terry Wieland] THERE WAS A TIME, 20…
Let it Slide
Why the American pump gun keeps going and going and going and going. [by Terry…
Black Forest Baroque
Die Meisterjäger von Laubach. [by Terry Wieland]
James Woodward and the Vertical Double
The enduring influence of the gunmaker’s gunmaker. [by Terry Wieland]
More for Less. Finally.
The Blaser F16 is a promise fulfilled. [by Terry Wieland]
Sweet Sixteen Revisited
The perils of Pauline have nothing on the old 16. [by Terry Wieland]
The Genius of Spokane
THE PIRSUIT OF PERFECTION IS NO EASY TASK. First, it requires the knowledge of what…
Dogs sleep, friends leave, and stars turn in the desert sky. [by Ron Dungan]
The Model 70: A Study in Aesthetics
Where globalization and CNC meet art nouveau. [by Terry Wieland]
Squirrel, by Bob Kuhn (courtesy of Remington Arms)
Squirrels on the brain. With Brimstone and Redemption on each shoulder. [by Rusty Ward]
The frame of this E.M. Reilly box lock, manufactured around 1892, has almost full-coverage, finely scrolled engraving. (photography by Terry Wieland)
Artistry, Emotion, and Things That Go Bang
Machined embellishment is not art. [by Terry Wieland] MICHAEL McINTOSH ONCE OBSERVED THAT, when it…
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