New From Grayboe: Detachable Mag Bottom Metal and Ridgeback Stock

If you aren’t yet familiar with Grayboe, you probably should be. They make extremely nice, composite stocks for Remington 700 compatible actions, including the Ridgeback that’s now in full production. Additionally, Grayboe has just released their own DBM bottom metal that fits AICS type magazines. Stay tuned for a full review, as Chris is about to […]

First Look: Wake Island Sports Battery Buttstock Power Source (Prototype)

Like it or not, electronic technologies continue to “invade” the traditionally very mechanical firearms space. As consumers rely more and more on smart phones, rangefinders, smart scopes, night vision optics, rechargeable lights, smart targets, chronographs, GPS units, tablets, and lord knows what else while out on the range, the need for portable power grows and […]

Cimarron Firearms Uberti 1860 Henry in .45LC

The 1860 Henry wasn’t the first repeating rifle. That would be the 1848 Volition Repeating Rifle. Nor was it “the gun that won the West.” If any single repeater has a claim at that title, it’s the 1873 Winchester. The Henry was neither, and yet at the same time, it was more important than either […]

Book Review: The AR-15 Complete Assembly Guide (Vol. 2)

I didn’t realize how much I missed instructional books until last month when a copy of The AR-15 Complete Assembly Guide (Vol.2)  by Walt Kuleck and Clint McKee arrived at my doorstep with the inaugural parts of my latest project, the FAR-15 rifle. I’m not ashamed to admit that I’ve become quite accustomed to digital dialogue […]

Is it Finally the Year of the Bushmaster ACR?

The moment ACR owners have been waiting for has finally arrived. Well kinda. Bushmaster will soon be shipping ACR replacement barrels in different calibers. I know what you are thinking, “I can finally have an ACR in 300 BLK!” Not just yet, Bushmaster decided they’d work on the 450 Bushmaster and 6.8 SPC barrels first […]

New From Thompson/Center: Performance Center T/C Long Range Rifle

Sleepy brand no more, Thompson/Center has just launched a chassis gun. We’ll get hands-on at the NRA Show here and hopefully follow up with a review soon. With T/C’s reputation for accuracy and an MSRP of just $1,211, this guy should prove popular. T/C’s press release follows . . . Performance Center® Introduces T/C® Long Range Rifle in […]