The knives detailed here are fine examples in form and function, and should appeal to consumers with refined tastes, but more practical budgets.
Barrett, a manufacturer long known primarily for its .50-cal tactical rifles, branched into a whole new market in 2016 with the addition of the Sovereign line of double-barrel shotguns, and the Tennessee-based company has done it again this year with the introduction of the Fieldcraft, a lightweight, bolt-action hunting rifle.
A sharp knife is essential gear for any outdoor excursion.
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.
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.
American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach introduces the basics of shooting with pistol-mounted red-dot optics.