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Bergara Long Range Hunter: A Bearing Arms Rifle Review

Bergara Long Range Hunter: A Bearing Arms Rifle Review

I can’t recall if I’d heard of Bergara USA prior to attending the Professional Outdoor Media Association (POMA) conference in Knoxville, Tennessee in March. If I’d heard of the company, it was likely about the quality […]

ATK buys Bushnell in $985M deal

ATK buys Bushnell in $985M deal

ATK is acquiring commercial optics maker Bushnell in a shift towards the consumer market: Alliant Techsystems Inc, the world’s largest ammunitions maker, will buy gun accessories company Bushnell Group Holdings Inc for $985 million as […]

Plinking: The American Shooting Sport

Plinking: The American Shooting Sport

Readers undoubtedly engage in quite a variety of shooting sports. Many concentrate on shooting shotguns or muzzleloaders, while others may pursue the practical pistol sports. Then there is 3-Gun competition, high power, or metallic silhouette […]

Firearms Accessories: Testing the Aimpoint PRO

Firearms Accessories: Testing the Aimpoint PRO

When Colt recently asked me to review their 16-inch “monolithic” 5.56mm carbine, I decided to also take a fresh look at patrol rifle optics.  When I published my “Police Rifles” book in 1994, the options […]

This Week in American Military History:

This Week in American Military History:

The “Turtle” submarine designed by David Bushnell Sept. 7, 1776:  Just before dawn, an odd-looking barrel-shaped craft silently makes its way down the Hudson River from Manhattan toward a British warship, HMS Eagle, anchored in […]

From “the Turtle” to 9/11

This Week in American Military History: Sept. 7, 1776:  Just before dawn, an odd-looking barrel-shaped craft silently makes its way down the Hudson River from Manhattan toward a British warship, HMS Eagle, anchored in New […]

The Rifle You Have Always Wanted

The Rifle You Have Always Wanted

Everybody wants a gun they absolutely don’t need for any sound reason.  So you start creating reasons: “Well, I need something that gets in between 750-1,000 foot pounds muzzle energy with fast follow up shots.” […]