Gun Review: Mauser M18 Rifle in .308 Winchester

In one form or another, Mauser has been making rifles for almost 150 years. Mauser rifles have become synonymous with old world quality and craftsmanship, as well as strength and function. The new Mauser M18 is a departure from the famous rifles Mauser built their reputation on. The company has sought to create an inexpensive […]

Gun Review: Wilson Combat 300 Ham’r

It was originally called the .30-30AR. That’s because Bill Wilson of Wilson Combat appreciates the terminal effect of the old .30-30 Winchester, but also enjoys the popular AR-15. So, he set out to make a round that would duplicate the old workhorse .30-30 in an AR-15 platform rifle. He’s certainly not the first person to try. […]

Gear Review: CMC Products 1911 Railed Power Mags

A couple of years ago I met Bill Wilson of Wilson Combat. When I told him I was from Central Texas, he immediately exclaimed “That’s Chip McCormick country!” It is indeed. I knew Wilson Combat was a direct competitor of the popular Chip McCormack 1911 magazine. What I didn’t know was that the two competitors […]

My “Last Rifle”: Delivered

Last year, I wrote about growing up with the single-shot rifle, hunting around the world, and the commissioning of The Last Rifle I’ll Ever Need. John Stewart at Kiote Rifles took on the project, and shipped it to me earlier this summer. Since then, I’ve gotten to pull it apart, wipe the drool from it, […]