The official blog of Jennifer L.S. Pearsall, editor for Gun Digest books.
So many guns and ammo and optics and more at the SHOT show, so little time! Here’ my top pick from the first day at the firearms industry’s biggest trade show.
Want a sub-MOA rifle out of the box? Then Weatherby’s brand new varmint rifle is the one you want for this coyote season.
A triangular barrel keeps a Remington varmint rifle balanced back nicely in the hand and quickly cooled for repeat action–and there’s opportunity for post-holiday close-out price reductions with some discontinued versions.
While there are ample factory rifles that’ll do a coyote in, sometimes a custom bullet-slinger can make the hunt that much more special. Today’s post takes a look at the very special rifles from Cooper Rifles of Montana.
Coyotes and zombies are in for a lot of trouble, with a super-slick thumbhole stocked killer from Savage, and the new green-point Z-Max bullets from Hornady. What a combo!
Baby it’s COLD outside, and that means it’s time to hunt coyotes in all their furry, howling glory. Let’s get January’s Coyote Gun setups going with a neato-keeno AR-styled pick from DPMS.
The Rossi Single-Shot Youth-Size rifle is not only easy on the wallet, but has the value-added attraction of being able to grow with your child.
The graceful lines and compact, single-shot design, make the Ruger No. 1 Sporter a highly maneuverable and super-safe choice for a really special teen deer hunter.
Gunsmiths in Finland make some of the world’s most accurate rifles, with the Tikka brand leading the way in those that are also economical.
Ruger’s Mini 30 is not only a great physical fit for youth deer hunters, it’s also a gun they can explore other shooting sports with.