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The Gaping Wound In The Cruelty Argument – By Garry Mallard

The Gaping Wound In The Cruelty Argument – By Garry Mallard

| September 12, 2012 | 32 Comments

Editors Note: This is one of the most important and well written Op Ed’s you will read on this subject. Thank you Garry for submitting it to us. I’ve read many specious and offensive statements in the press recently, which paint hunters as vicious and cruel people, irresponsible and violent by nature, the despoilers of […]

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Review: Nosler Lead Free BT Varmint

Review: Nosler Lead Free BT Varmint

| December 7, 2011 | 5 Comments

   Lead free projectiles have been around for some time now and with the increasing push by the anti’s, we’re seeing areas in the United States being declared lead free zones which has limited the choice of projectiles that hunters can use. Fortunately, manufacturers were quick to respond by increasing the range of lead free […]

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Book Review: Weatherby. The Man. The Gun. The Legend!

Book Review: Weatherby. The Man. The Gun. The Legend!

| November 25, 2011 | 0 Comments

 I’ve always been a Weatherby fan and at the moment my favourite factory rifle would have to be the Vanguard. I love the 24 inch barrels that come as standard on the sporters and the actions are as good as any other in that price range. I’ve also owned a few Mark V’s and they […]

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Reviewing a Steyr Mannlicher Schoenauer

Reviewing a Steyr Mannlicher Schoenauer

| October 28, 2011 | 5 Comments

    Recently a friend asked me if I could take a look at his hunting rifle. It had developed the dreaded problem of a shifting zero. I instantly thought of loose mounts or a faulty scope and told him to bring it over when he had a chance.  On its arrival I got the pleasant […]

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Reviving a Martini Cadet in 218Bee

Reviving a Martini Cadet in 218Bee

| October 20, 2011 | 7 Comments

   Like many shooters out there, I started off my shooting career with a humble single shot. It was a Martini Cadet chambered in an improved version of the 218Bee. Before going on any further, it’s worth mentioning the interesting history of this particular rifle.  Many years ago, my father in law had the late […]

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Leupold RCX Trail Camera System (Advertisement)

Leupold RCX Trail Camera System (Advertisement)

| October 6, 2011 | 0 Comments

The new Leupold RCX Trail Camera System is the most user-friendly, plug and play trail camera system ever developed. In its factory-shipped mode, you can just take it out of the box, insert eight AA batteries and an SD card, turn it on, hang it on a tree, and you’re taking pictures. And it’s designed […]

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