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    Published on 11-15-2005 12:55 PM
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    2. Rimfire Rifle Reviews
    The new .17 Mach 2 (L) is based on the .22 Long Rifle rimfire case (right) but is necked down to seat a 17-grain, .17-caliber Hornady V-Max bullet.

    Hornady has developed a brand-new rimfire cartridge. To announce the new .17 Mach 2, Hornady teamed up with 15 other ammunition and firearms makers for the largest industry-wide product introduction in firearms history.
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    Published on 11-13-2005 03:34 AM
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    2. Bipod & Monopod Reviews
    As you can see, the P-3 Monopod is loaded with features making it very user friendly.

    Every once in a while, a new product comes along that deserves a good looking at. The P-3 monopod from CTK Precision is just such a product. Most of us rely on a good front rest and rear bag combination to achieve accuracy from the bench, or a bipod and beanie baby rear ...
    Published on 09-16-2005 03:18 AM
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    2. Stock & Recoil Pad Reviews
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    I recently had an opportunity to give one of PDC Customs aluminum chassis rifle stocks a run on a short action Savage. PDC Custom manufactures stocks in the USA from 6061 aluminum bar stock, very strong stuff, I can assure you. They are available in several colors with a few options that should fit into just about any shooting situation.
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    Published on 08-16-2005 04:46 PM
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    2. Optic Accessory Reviews
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    For many years, I have been leveling scopes by a very similar method. I always try to find a spot on the rifle usually near the tang or across the base where I place a small line level. This is usually a decent way to level out the rifle. However often times there are some difficulties finding the right spot and it is usually a problem to keep the level in place. ...
    Published on 07-11-2005 05:40 PM
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    2. Scope Mounts
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    When we planned Project 2005, one thing we wanted to do is use quality components on the rifles when possible. The scope mounts are no exception. In fact, since an African safari was part of the project, the bases and rings had to be very well made. Nothing would be worse than to get half way around the world and ...
    Published on 12-06-2004 03:15 PM
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    2. Binocular Reviews
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    During my preparation for the 2005 Group Safaris trip, I realized a few of my hunting items were lacking. One of the key items I thought I would need was a decent set of compact binoculars. I had a set of moderately priced Bushnell's that had served well for the short distance bow hunting I typically do here in PA. Although they served me fairly well they were certainly lacking in the definition department as on several occasions I had trouble counting ...
    Published on 10-13-2004 10:43 AM
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    2. Centerfire Ammo Reviews
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    I recently received an allotment of .30-06 ammunition from Georgia Arms for evaluation purposes. There were two different loads sent, one with a 165gr Ballistic Tip bullet, and the other with a 180gr Ballistic Tip.
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    Published on 09-20-2004 04:04 PM
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    2. Bag & Rest Reviews
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    A few weeks ago I received a large box in the mail and for the life of me I couldn’t figure out what it was. CTK? What is CTK? Then it hit me, the gun rest that I asked to do the evaluation on, great! Got it in the house and quickly unwrapped everything like a kid on Christmas morning. ...
    Published on 07-21-2004 12:19 PM
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    2. Centerfire Rifle Reviews
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    In the last few years, Savage Arms Inc. has introduced a number of revolutionary designs to the shooting industry, such as the Model 10ML-II muzzleloader and the award winning AccuTrigger. Not being one to sit back and ride on previous success, Savage came to the game in 2004 with their new 12-Series ...
    Published on 07-12-2004 04:22 PM
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    2. Muzzle Brakes & Surpressor Reviews
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    When Chris Spera approached me about doing a review of his muzzle brake, I didn't quite know what to do. The only brakes I had ever experienced were old style that made more flash and noise than anything else. Chris claimed to have an improved "on/off" design that he makes by hand. I have seen these in a few different configurations, but have never had the opportunity to try one out. ...

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