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
Watch the video to see the Beretta A400 Xcel in action as well as see an overview of the differences and features of the other shotguns offered by Beretta.
Savage introduced a lightweight hunting rifle this year at the SHOT Show. The rifle in .308 only weighs 5.5 lbs. It has an American Walnut Stock, detachable magazine, fluted bolt, and action that has been lightened. The pricepoint is
We got to shoot the new Savage 16/116 Bear Hunter. The model we shot was the 116 in .300 Win Mag and we were impressed with Savages twist on/off muzzle break as it made the recoil very manageable. The rifle has a 23″ medium
The Ruger LC9 is a great addition to Ruger’s handgun lineup. I own a .380 sub-compact but would rather run than shoot someone with it. I don’t buy into the story that a .380 is enough gun but think it might be better than nothing. The LC9 solves both the sub-compact easy to carry problem and the power issue, so I think it’s a great product. I thought that the recoil was quite manageable and not too uncomfortable. However, after watching the guy next to me shoot in the