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Savage’s 110 Ultralite Part I I like projects like this....

08/17/2021 Savage has had an excellent lightweight in the form of the Model 110 Lightweight Storm, with a scant scale checked weight of 5 3/4 lbs. The Savage 110 Ultralite is a further, positive step in lightweight firearm evolution. The 110 Ultralite adds the shooter accommodating Savage Accustock, a Proof Research carbon fiber wrapped stainless…

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My Old Winchester Model 70 Part II Boat tails; the mullets of the bullet world...

August 1, 2021 One, or more, should not trifle with bullet selection. The four nominees for this project are certified trifled free.They were on the shelf, they work within their respective applications and… they were on the shelf. Where once “proven and reliable” sold, now “New! New! and New!” and “Better! Better! Better!” are the…

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Bye, Bye Miss American Pie Part II I handloaded only four bullets, so I made the picture bigger

My prior experience with the Remington Model 700 CP was with a 300 Blackout 10.5″ barrel version. The firearm was very good, but the combination was lacking. Supersonic velocity loads were short range deer worthy, but it is a lot of gun mass for thet level of power delivered. Subsonic, it was terrific with heavy…

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Savage’s Impulse in 300 Winchester Magnum Part 1 I have some work ahead of me

It looks as though Savage Arms, out from under the Vista Outdoor corporate umbrella, has a bright future with innovation and market expansion as the new company’s objectives. Savage CEO Al Kasper, who has been with Savage since 1996, would seem to have the best perspective on the company’s potential. I would guess that Savage…

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The 270 WSM – The best of the WSMs? Winchester's XPR Renegade Long Range Threaded

06/01/2021 I am pretty sure that life is lived on a sliding scale of intensity. On one side is tranquillity, as in parents/grandparents who live in Maine and do not answer the phone or doorbell. On the other side is controlled chaos, as in an eldest son, daughter-in-law and granddaughter who live in Texas. The…

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