It has been some time since I reviewed both the Marlin Model 60 and the Ruger 10/22 separately, but throwing them together with more trigger time gave me more to like and dislike.
Terril takes the Henry’s Single Shot Rifle in 243 WIN to task in an in-field shooting review. Out of the box, he could already see himself trekking through the undergrowth with one of these rifles.
The Pathfinder series of 22 caliber revolvers was part of the initial line-up and I was rather surprised to find how little info was out there. So I decided to search the web and track one down.
Terril reviews the Henry Frontier Rifle in 22 Magnum, a mating of tradition and a varmint round that punches above its weight.
Italian Carcano rifles are easy to collect. Finding ammo is another story. But Steinel is taking a stab a filling a void with their line of Steinel 7.35×51 Carcano Ammo.
22 caliber shot shell, or rat shot loads, are short-range pest control loads without much power. But how much damage can they really do?
Terril reviews the new Ruger Wrangler Revolver, a pricepoint plinker and new face to a legendary line of cowboy-styled working guns.
Terril gives his thoughts on the Sig Sauer SP2022, the firm’s first polymer pistol and one that can be had for a bargain.
The number of rounds fired in self-defense is hard to gauge. I have searched high and low for answers but even the FBI doesn’t keep that sort of data.
The Ruger Single Six still stands as a solid rimfire offering and one of the best all-around handguns you can buy today.
Terril puts the Ruger 10/22 Takedown rifle through its paces to see if it lives up to the claim of being the ultimate survival rifle.
With so many powders, bullets, calibers, and guns out there, exactly how powerful are black powder revolvers? Terril wrangled up revolvers of different caliber, black powder and substitutes.
Terril Hebert investigates the underrated 22 Magnum cartridge. This rimfire rifle round has grown popular in defensive handguns and the demand has lead to new ammunition.
The Henry Survival Rifle and the Marlin Papoose are perhaps the best known take-down 22 rifles available today.
This budget bolt action hunting rifle is packed with features for users both new and old with scruples that are few and far between.
North American Arms is best known for their Mini Revolver line, however, their Guardian series of small semi-auto pistols have had my attention for years.
The Ruger LCP Centerfire Pistol is THE pocket pistol. It has become the standard by which all new palm-sized peashooters are judged. But does it still deserve this title? Let’s take a look at the LCP.
North American Arms’s mini revolvers are an affordable yet discreet choice for last ditch self-defense. Their Sidewinder series has been criminally underreported on until now.
In this review, I look at Remington’s 2011 re-entry into the handgun market with a…1911. Remington’s R1 1911 is on the shelves but is it any good?
The new Henry Casehardened Big Boy rifle is a classy lever gun chambered in favorite potent, yet surprisingly soft shooting 357 Magnum/.38 special. Here we put the 357 to the test.
The Italian M38 Carcano and its unique intermediate 7.35x51mm cartridge could have been the most forward thinking infantry rifle of its time, but World War II had other plans.
While it won’t please today’s defensive-minded shooter, the Henry Arms Single Shot Shotgun is a perfect contender for trap shooting and small game hunting.
The 31-caliber Cimarron 1849 Colt Revolver won’t satisfy a power junkie, but it will do just about anything a 22 LR can with smoke and flame heightening respect with every shot.
Terrill reviews the Marlin Model 60 Semi-Automatic Rifle, and finds an honest hard working gun that doesn’t pretend to be something it is not.
The Fulton Armory M1 Carbine is chambered for the mild-shooting 30 Carbine cartridge and built to National Match standards.