Rifle Reviews

Marlin 1894C: Discreet Urban Carbine

Marlin 1894C: Discreet Urban Carbine

| November 9, 2014 | 4 Comments

In the 1800’s 2 firearms chambered for the same round had a lot of merit. Today with the onslaught of black rifles (AR-15’s) from just about every firearm manufacturer the lever action carbine has lost most of it’s popularity. If you do a simple search for home defense rifle, SHTF rifle almost all results will […]

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Savage 10TR Update #3 Yankee Hill Suppressor

Savage 10TR Update #3 Yankee Hill Suppressor

| October 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

This is the third update I have posted on this rifle. Each time with a slightly different configuration and ammunition. No real commentary in this post other than groups seem to be tightening up and this was a blast without the noise. This is a Yankee Hill Flash Hider, this is needed to screw on […]

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Savage 10TR LEO Without Muzzle Brake — Update

Savage 10TR LEO Without Muzzle Brake — Update

| October 13, 2013 | 2 Comments

Back in September I blogged about the Savage 10TR LEO.Immediately I began to get emails questioning the rifles capability and it’s accuracy. There were many speculations for example the barrel needing to be broken in, the after market muzzle brake affecting the barrel harmonics. I offered up needing to find the right load and a […]

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3 Day Range Review of the Savage 10TR Law Enforcement Only

3 Day Range Review of the Savage 10TR Law Enforcement Only

| September 28, 2013 | 7 Comments

Savage Arms has been making rifles since 1894 when the company was first organized. History knows Savage Arms for creating the first hammerless lever action model 99, which was revolutionary and included technology such as a rotary magazine and a round counter displaying the number of rounds left in the receiver. Today they are known […]

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Ruger 10/22 Take Down Range Review

Ruger 10/22 Take Down Range Review

| December 29, 2012 | 4 Comments

The Ruger 10/22 has to be the most recognized 22 rifle known to man. The 10/22 has been in production for 5 decades with no indication of slowing down. During it’s long history there has been over 30 models produced by Ruger. It may also be one of the most modified rifles in US history […]

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