In a class all its own, the Air Venturi Wing Shot II Shotgun delivers versatility unseen from other platforms of its type.
American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach has the scoop on what he considers to be a best value in reactive targets.
You might have heard ... Blackhawk! introduced a line of suppressors last summer, and American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach finally had the opportunity to put some rounds downrange using pistols outfitted with these cans.
Built around the X-Bolt action, the Browning Hell’s Canyon Speed can ring steel at long range or make the climb with you up a mountain.
At its introduction, Ruger’s Mark IV .22 Long Rifle pistol was offered in two models and three SKUs. The Target model, available in black or stainless, is the all-business, utilitarian descendent of Bill Ruger’s Standard model rimfire. But for American Rifleman’s Joe Kurtenbach, it’s the Hunter model that truly captures the spirit of Ruger’s original, and capitalizes on the platform’s evolution.
Success of the AR platform with the consumer market led to the birth of a cartridge that utilizes a .30-cal. bullet and is designed for use with AR-15-style rifles and pistols, the .300 Blackout. SIG Sauer, for one, has met the growing .30-cal. demand, developing a line of rifles dedicated to .300 Blackout. Meet the SIGM400 Predator.
Just a few years before the United States entered the second global war, the U.S. service rifle changed from the bolt-action M1903 Springfield, to the gas-piston-operated semi-automatic M1 Garand.