Tag Archives: hunting rifles

In-Rut Rifle


In-Rut uses Remington Model 700 actions to create custom rifles at comparatively lunch bucket prices.

It’s almost a sure bet that every good hunter knows that when game is in rut, extraordinarily good things can happen. So when I learned of a company called In-Rut Rifles that was offering custom made rifles at Continue reading In-Rut Rifle

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Lithgows, and Merkels and Barretts – New Classics On The Rise


There was no shortage of new guns introduced at this year’s January SHOT Show, but as is always the case, most were simply line extensions of little consequence, such as adding a different stock or a new caliber to an existing model. Of the few truly new rifles that were rolled out, the fat bolt tri-lug design continues to gain adherents, as exemplified by the new Lithgow and Merkel bolt action rifles that we’ll be looking at here, along with a few newsworthy others. Continue reading Lithgows, and Merkels and Barretts – New Classics On The Rise

Mossberg’s New Patriot Revere


When Mossberg introduced its Patriot line of traditionally designed, affordable rifles in 2015, consumers and industry insiders alike were impressed with the workmanship and classic lines of the American made bolt-action rifles. Now Mossberg has upgraded the Patriot line Continue reading Mossberg’s New Patriot Revere

Ashbury Precision Jäeger


Ashbury Precision Ordnance Mfg. (APO) enters the traditional hunting rifle market with its new premium JÄEGER Rifle. These classically designed custom hunting rifles are built with precision machined stainless steel actions, match grade hand lapped barrels and advanced technology premium grade Continue reading Ashbury Precision Jäeger