Top 10 Rifle Posts of 2017

By CTD Blogger published on in Firearms

AR-15s still rule the range when it comes down to a pure numbers race, but that does not mean AKs, bolt guns, and lever actions do not have a place in our collective primer popping heart. Here is a recap of the top 10 rifle related posts on The Shooter’s Log for 2017.

Bob Campbell shooting a Mossberg MVP rifle

The Mossberg MVP has proven accurate and reliable. It is a neat rifle and affordable.

Which rifle would like to see The Shooter’s Log review next? Share your answer in the comment section.

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Comments (5)

  • Jeff


    I’d like to see a review on the latest offerings in black powder hunting rifles.


  • 70's Operator


    Would like to see the Anderson RF85- 6.5 Grendel reviewed. I’d appreciate seeing if others feel as I do.


  • Doug Mcleod


    You should review the Bergara B14 HMR 6.5 Creedmoor rifle.
    This rifle was a “Best Product” at the 2017 Shot Show…


  • Doc


    I’m looking into a 9mm carbine. I would like to hear your opinion on the Freedom Ordnance FX-9.




    Been an avid hunter all of life and during all those years was proveledg to have fired and hunted from original black powder to mil surplus customs and at times some of world’s most touted drilling and rifles, but of all the lever actions are my favorites.
    My favorite HUNTING Rifle for woods today is a levergun , Marlin 45-70.
    Coupled with Hornadys newer ammo.
    That not bring a regular here I know not of all weapons reviewed but if not already done I would like to read review of Marlin, pre-existing Remington, Marlin Guide gun , with ported brl.
    Mostly though I am far more interested in comments by the knowledgeable that frequent this site..


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