Category: Hunting Rifles
I came across a surprising press release today. One that should interest every Aussie shooter. Lithgow Arms factory will be making Australian made rifles to civilians this year. The LA101 Crossover will be available in 17HMR 22LR and 22WMR with a .223 and .308 to follow. In addition to this Lithgow Arms Factory will also [...]
Savage rimfire rifles use to have the reputation of an agricultural rifle that would shoot and function as promised but not offer the refinement and class of some European rimfires. In the past few years Savage have embarked on a mission to blow that reputation out of the water and totally refine their rimfire line. [...]
Ron Spomer Demonstrates how much energy these rimfire cartridges have by shooting jugs of water. It is a fair demonstration of the power of each of the cartridges. I have a 17WSM on order and cannot wait to review it to see if it lives up to its hype!
Sauer has just released the 101 and the Classic XT Synthetic is now available in Australia. Imported by Outdoor Sporting Agencies Sauer are a quality German made rifle which rival the likes of Sako and Kimber and in my opinion will start to get a lot more popular in Australia as the German brand gets [...]
It had been a while since I’d been for a shot down at my usual hunting spot so when I was given the task of reviewing the Howa 1500 Sporter with Hogue stock I jumped at the chance. My experience with Howa’s was a bit limited, I had fired Weatherby Vanguards before which share the [...]
So you’ve just picked up your brand new rifle. It may be a 22lr, an airgun or a centrefire rifle but there is one rule for when you are buying ammunition that applies to any rifle you ever will buy. Every rifle is different to the other, even the same make and model chambered in [...]