Italy is a fascinating country where history and the present coexist in settings that afford enlightening glimpses into the future. And so it was this past Fall when the folks at Benelli invited a number of writers to visit their state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in Urbino for a preview of the new Lupo bolt-action centerfire rifle. Continue reading Lupo Bolt-Action Rifle A First For Benelli→
It’s ironic that while most of the tri-lug rifles available here come from overseas manufacturers, European hunters — at least those who can afford them — prefer straight-pulls like the Merkel, Blaser and Heym. What’s really interesting is the fact that the only feature these three guns share is that they function with a simple pull-push Continue reading European Straight Pull Rifles→
Each year Safari Club International chooses only one rifle to be named the Gun of the Year. SCI’s Gun of the Year is offered only through SCI Chapter Fundraising events. With more than 160 SCI Chapters worldwide, SCI Chapters have helped support wildlife conservation and the fight to preserve our hunting freedoms.
Safari Club International is proud to announce that the 2019 SCI Gun of the Year is the Barrett Fieldcraft. This rifle has been exclusively customized for SCI with a unique black stock, black Cerakoted barrel and SCI Laser markings. Only 50 rifles were produced and are marked with limited edition numbers 1 through 50. The 2019 SCI Gun of the Year is only available through SCI Chapter fundraising events.
Anyone who’s a serious gun enthusiast is probably familiar with the Barrett name and that company’s formidable .50 BMG sniper rifles that are used not only by our armed forces, but by Continue reading The Barrett Fieldcraft→