Handloading isn’t simply loading ammunition for matches or varmint hunting. Handloading isn’t always producing the least expensive rounds for range…Read More >
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During the past few months, we have taken a hard look at some of the better choices for older shooters.…Read More >
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There is a lot about accuracy and optics to be learned by the novice and experienced shooter alike. When it comes to rifles, there are a number of affordable and inexpensive introductions that are cheap and clunky. Ruger has manufactured the exception by offering a rifle that is inexpensive but not cheap.
I have owned some type of Remington 700 rifle for more than 40 years. I enjoy the smooth action and excellent accuracy of these rifles. My most recent addition is a Remington SPS Varmint rifle with 26-inch barrel. I am pleased with the operation and accuracy. In fact, this is the single most accurate Remington rifle I have ever owned, but I still wanted to make it even better. I found the answer with a Hogue Overmold stock.
Half of the fun in predator hunting is finding the right setup for your gun and matching it to the perfect load. Will you be hunting at night? How fast will you need to make follow-up shots if a second or third coyote runs in? Do you want to keep the pelt afterward? How long can you shoot? What if a dog runs by a close range? Will you keep a shotgun close at hand? These are just a few of the questions that demonstrate the versatility of predator hunting. While you are pondering the answers to where and how you want to hunt, here are five top choices for your next predator gun.
An all-around .308 rifle is among the most tactical, useful, and enjoyable rifles of all. The author’s experience led him to the Remington Tactical and Redfield scope… and group under .5 MOA!