Savage decided that for the 2011 SHOT Show they would introduce a new lightweight hunting rifle in .338 Lapua. There wasn’t a lot of hype about it but it was one of the coolest things we saw there. Custom .338 hunting rifles are the rage
While at the SHOT Show we saw JP Enterprise’s new Stock Chassis system for Savage’s and Remington’s. We could only look at it but liked what we saw. The stock folded, a great feature that allows a long-barreled bolt gun to fit in tighter spaces. The stock also locked up very tight and solid. The chassis system allows you to
PCP Ammo introduced new ammunition at the SHOT Show Media Day this year. This ammo is exciting because the cartridge cases are made of polymer, a plastic. The polymer cases are much lighter than brass so if you are carrying around large quantities of ammo like the boys in Iraq you can either carry more or carry the same but have it weigh less. PCP is also claiming that the ammunition is extremely accurate; sub MOA. The cases can be reloaded. Also, the
If you haven’t seen the Nemesis Arms Multi-Cal Rifle, it’s worth a look. The gun is a custom precision rifle that breaks down in a few seconds to briefcase size. See it shot, broken down, and put back together.
Check out the new Leupold Mark 8 the military is starting to use. More details in the video.
Revolutionary is the only word I can think of to describe the Chiappa Rhino. It’s the only revolver I’ve wanted to buy for a long time and I like and own revolvers. The Rhino departs from the traditional revolver in that it shoots from the bottom cylinder instead of the top like we are used to seeing. For as large as it looks, its extremely lightweight and not all that thick. The cylinder is machined flat to keep the gun as narrow as possible. Even the 2″ barreled gun was an absolute pleasure to shoot with full power .357 Magnum loads. The barrel is much lower and so just pushes straight back into your hand. Almost no muzzle flip. The trigger is super for a double action revolver and it still maintains the