Category: Long Guns
This select elite group of men armed with Whitworth rifles were referred to as Whitworth Sharpshooters, thus were born the first modern sniper units.
Posted in Long Guns Tagged with: Whitworth Rifle
Its not about the Rifle Brand itself, but it does have to do with quality of any gun, specifically, it’s about the Round or Caliber you choose to Hunt with.
Posted in Long Guns Tagged with: rifle calibers
No knapping was needed or necessary and my Kunz Flintlock rifle spoke with good, fast ignition for all shots fired.
Posted in Long Guns Tagged with: .50 Caliber Flintlock, Muzzleloader
Inspired by a Sporting Rifle carried by Custer, a black powder enthusiast rebuilds his model.
Posted in Long Guns Tagged with: .50-70 caliber, Remington
The standard load was 14 drams of black powder behind a 1,882-grain slug, which would give an approximate velocity of 1,200 to 1,400 feet per second.
Posted in Long Guns Tagged with: 4-Bore Double Rifle
Some firearms live off of their reputations that outweigh their actual performance in the real world. See some of these overrated hunting guns.
Posted in Long Guns Tagged with: Marlin, Weatherby
This is one of the most popular rifles and there are many gadgets for it – Here’s what Tom Claycomb did to trick out his Ruger 10/22 Rifle.
Posted in Long Guns Tagged with: .22, Boyd Stock, Bull Barrel, Custom, Rifle, Ruger, Ruger 10/22, Scope, Tom Claycomb, Trigger