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FOLK ART — OR NOT
Fifteen years ago, I was offered the chance to buy an ancient Winchester 1886 for…
Sitting in a deer stand, when there are no deer in sight, haven’t been for…
Shooting in a Time of Shortages
In the past few years, ammunition prices plummeted as more foreign companies began tapping the…
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.
THE ARMY SCOUT IS AN ALMOST MYTHICAL CHARACTER FROM FRONTIER HISTORY—as admired in his day…
Let it Slide
Why the American pump gun keeps going and going and going and going.
Black Forest Baroque
THE CASTLE IN THE GERMAN TOWN OF LAUBACH dates from about a.d. 1250. It’s still…
More for Less. Finally.
The Blaser F16 is a promise fulfilled. by Terry Wieland
The Genius of Spokane
THE PIRSUIT OF PERFECTION IS NO EASY TASK. First, it requires the knowledge of what…
CLARE IRWIN WAS THE MOST AT HOME in the woods of any man I’ve ever…
The Grouse Gun
Ruffed grouse are the most elusive and contradictory of birds, the most fascinating to the…
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