New From Savage: 110 Long Range Hunter AccuFit

Looking to reach out and touch something? Like…a four-legged beast? Savage has updated and upgraded the 110 with their highly-adjustable AccuFit stock system and user-adjustable AccuTrigger trigger, and is releasing it as the new 110 Long Range Hunter. TTAG has a .338 Lapua sample en route soon, so stay tuned. In the meantime, Savage’s press […]

New from Bushnell: New Bushnell Ballistics App

Back in grade school, my math skills were severely lacking. I blame my father. The day he brought home an LED calculator I immediately concluded there was no need to learn my times tables. What did long range shooters do before ballistic apps? Memorize strings of calculations and/or carry a lot of notes. No more. […]

Heckler & Koch Modified G28 Headed for U.S. Army This Year

Four days ago we learned that the U.S. Army’s new Squad Designated Marksman Rifle will be ye olde 7.62mm Heckler & Koch G28. The German-made rifle — modified for our troops’ dining and dancing pleasure — replaces the  M110 SASS 7.62 compact sniper rifle. “As well as providing better penetration of enemy forces’ armour, it is expected […]

Gilboa Snake Double Barrel AR-15 Finally For Sale? [VIDEO]

We first caught sight of the double-barreled Gilboa Snake rifle in June of 2012. “That’s some heavy sh*t,” our man Foghorn pronounced. Two years later, Nick got to grips with the gun at SHOT. He figured out how it worked, and how it passed ATF muster. “Machine guns are defined as firearms that send more than one bullet downrange with a single trigger action . . […]

New From Juggernaut Tactical: Ultimate AR Jig

Though Juggernaut Tactical used to make one of the worst products I’ve ever reviewed, I still had a high opinion of the rest of their line. In what appears to be no exception to that, their new Ultimate AR Jig looks awesome. It’s a drill jig kit designed to help you turn an 80% AR-15 […]

Gear Review: Vortex Optics High Country Tripod

As a hunter with a photography background, I can attest to the difference high-quality glass can make in the field. Seasoned outdoorsmen will invest a thousand dollars or more in a single pair of binoculars or a spotting scope to gain a better view of game. Long range and small-bore (non-hunting) shooters can relate. Thing […]

Canada (2015): Rifle Ends Grizzly Home Invasion

It was 4:30 a.m. on Sunday, 9 August, 2015, in Kimberly, British Columbia when Niki and Mark Traverse’ pet dog, a 9 1/2 year old Jack Russel Terrior named Sid, started barking frantically. Niki went to investigate, and came within five feet of a grizzly bear. From ctvnews.ca: “It was 10 feet from our son’s […]

New from Wilson Combat: Ranger AR Rifle 243

I own an FN SCAR-16. I love it — if for no other reason that shooting it is a better muscle builder than all the arm machines at Gold’s Gym combined. Don’t get me wrong: all that weight tames the fearsome recoil of the .223 cartridge. See what I did there? See what Wilson Combat […]

Gun Review: B&T GHM9 9mm Pistol

According to B&T’s website, “We are producing weapons, accessories and suppressors for police, military, special units, and some qualified private shooters.” Here in the U.S., most of B&T’s Swiss-made guns hover around the $2,000 mark. So whatever qualifications B&T had in mind, add the word “financially.” That’s a lot of money for a non-competition oriented pistol. […]

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