A .308 battle rifle is a good thing to have. Accurate, powerful, immensely interesting and a well-made rifle, the PTR 91 is among the best of the breed. In this feature, we field test the PTR. Get all the details by reading this post.
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Interested in a black rifle that blows away the competition in looks, caliber and class? PTR was a leader in moving production as a result anti-Second Amendment legislation. Now in its new home of gun-friendly South Carolina, PTR created a commemorative rifle with custom serial numbers to pay back a few favors, but once the word got out, demand has skyrocketed! Read the full story here.
There is no reason to fear the surplus ammunition. Clean up is quicker, and easier, than black powder with these few simple steps. If you enjoy shooting surplus ammunition or own a WWI vintage rifle such as the Mosin Nagant, you need to read this article. P.S. Bob Campbell also shows why the 7.62x54R is also an ultimate prepper round…
“It is better to burn out then to fade away.” Thus it was for one of the shortest-lived standard issued battle rifles for the U. S. Military.
The developers driven to find a military cartridge to replace the 30-06 Springfield, 7.62x63mm, without sacrificing the ballistics of the fabled 30 Government M06, came up with this storied cartridge, the .308 Winchester / 7.62x51mm
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Why is the .308 Winchester so darn popular? The answer lies in a convoluted maze of hard facts and half