Category Archives: Rimfire
Synthetic stocks are nothing new to us in this day and age but to many shooters a stock made of any substance other than wood is considered a fairly recent occurrence. My first experience with a ‘plastic’ stock was in … Continue reading
I recently acquired a used, but in very good condition, Browning 22 auto rifle. When Browning designed this rifle, for some odd reason, they did not incorporate a bolt lock to hold the bolt open for cleaning and such. The … Continue reading
Nothing like reactive targets for training kids. CLANG! Keep your power dry. Jeff.
A few years ago on the way home from a family trip away I graced a gun shop next to the cafe we stopped at for refreshments. On the rack was a BRNO 581 semi auto .22RF, something I had … Continue reading
Seeing Red. Recently I reviewed the little red Savage Rascal I got for my girls. Sunday just gone we went to my club range to try the rifle out for the first time with the girls shooting it and not … Continue reading
Putting the squeeze on .22RF .22 long rifle rimfire ammunition has been with us for over 130 years now and is really quite remarkable in terms of the quality of the product and varieties available. Manufacturers produce .22RF ammo for … Continue reading
Savage hits the mark yet again. Getting kids into shooting is critical for the longevity of our sport. The youth of today are the consumers/hunters/shooters/teachers of tomorrow so as shooters ourselves we have a duty to, at the very least, … Continue reading