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Ruger’s Scout Rifle 450 Bushmaster Part II A bigger boom for bolt actions only

Someone called me a Fudder the other day. Interesting, as I have been shooting firearms for sixty seven years. Sixty two years of handloading, hunting and shooting rifles, shotguns and handguns. Then there was military service and many years of designing numerous wildcat cartridges and making rifles that require a machine shop rather than a…

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22-250 Remington – 1:12″ – 1:14″ Rate of Twist Handload Data

Warning: Bullet selections are specific, and loads are not valid with substitutions of different bullets of the same weight. Variations in bullet length will alter net case capacity,  pressure and velocity. Primer selection is specific and primer types are not interchangeable. These are maximum loads in my firearms and may be excessive in others. All…

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Ruger’s 475 Linebaugh No.1 Part I A first, the term "Well mannered" next to "475 Linebaugh"

03/08/2020 The Ruger No.1 holds a unique place of honor at Real Guns®. Because it is stout, reliable and relatively easy to rebarrel, Ruger No.1s served as the basis for wildcat cartridge development, like the 358-378RG with 280 grain 35 caliber bullet zipping along at 3,100 fps.  Ruger No.1s wired for strain to monitor chamber…

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Remington’s Model 700 Classic Deluxe The case for the elegant rifle

2/24/2020 This weekend, there were three things on the must do agenda. The first was filing taxes, the second was a photo shoot for a firearm project on Real Guns and the third was to update our Ford Escape’s software. Yes it is suppose to update automatically, if the car is operated continuously long enough…

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Ruger’s 77/44 – The Next Generation 44 Magnum Carbine Part I With just a little bit of flare

02/01/2020 Live in a state with predominately rolling hills and mountainous terrain, both covered in dense tree growth, populate it with deer and black bear and the occasional moose, and you will quickly see the appeal of the little Ruger 77/44 carbine. Chambered for the 44 Remington Magnum, with shooting distances inside 100 yards, the…

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