Nesika may be a name that’s relatively unknown to hunters, but the brand is well respected among benchrest shooters. In the past, the company only marketed actions. Now, though, it offers three complete rifles: the Sporter, Long Range and Tactical. All are production rifles, yet have features fitting of a custom job. Adam Heggenstaller discusses the Sporter model in this latest edition of Gun of the Week.
Mossberg announced its new Patriot bolt-action rifle at SHOT Show 2015, and the positive response was immediate. Our friends at American Rifleman have further honored the Patriot in naming it an NRA Gun of the Week. You can get a closer look at the new release in the video embedded above.
Last year, TriStar Arms expanded its Viper G2 semi-automatic shotgun line to include a new 12-gauge sporting model: the SR Sport. Our friends at American Rifleman recently featured the SR Sport in a segment of NRA's Gun of the Week. You can check out their coverage and get an inside look at TriStar's sporting gun with the video provided here.
Though not something you see everyday, pump-action rifles remain in production at a number of different companies—including Remington. Big Green is still building pump-action repeating rifles, and the 7600's modern machining and utility-driven design, paired with one of America's favorite deer cartridges, combines to create an excellent, if unorthodox, hunting firearm.
Built on the popular Model 336 action, the Marlin 1895 GSBL (Guide series, Stainless steel, Big-loop, Laminate stock) is chambered in .45-70 Govt. and features a full-length tubular magazine.