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World Heritage Rifle Series: The Americas


Sample of work

It seems like just yesterday that my father, John Bolliger Sr., and I were discussing the possibilities of a new rifle project with Safari Club International. After months of planning and preparation, the SCI World Heritage Rifle series was born. Since that time, more than four years have passed and four of the five rifles in the series have been built and sold at auction at the annual SCI Hunters’ Convention. Continue reading World Heritage Rifle Series: The Americas

Ryan Breeding World Heritage Rifle Honors Oceania

The Hunt

In the final moments of a big game hunt with a ton of angry water buffalo bearing down on your position at 30 miles per hour, you’ll want to be holding a reliable rifle with formidable stopping power. During the rest of the year, you might Continue reading Ryan Breeding World Heritage Rifle Honors Oceania

Rigby Heritage Rifle Honors Asia

Rigby Heritage Rifle
The actual rifle stock blank is shown here with an example of a pre-war .350 Rigby rifle.

John Rigby & Co is creating the second functional work of art in the World Heritage Rifle Series this year. It is a John Rigby & Co. London Best bolt-action in .350 Rigby. Continue reading Rigby Heritage Rifle Honors Asia

World Heritage Rifle – Ready for Its Closeup!

After months of anticipation, the World Heritage Rifle is ready to take its place in the pantheon of high end custom rifles. We’ve been following the development of this exquisite rifle during its journey from conception to completion and are proud to unveil the finished product. And the very best part is…this functional piece of firearms art can be yours! It will be auctioned Saturday night at the 2015 SCI Convention in Las Vegas!