Over the years I have owned a few American-made firearms, both rifles and shotguns, and I have always come to the same conclusion: American rifles are built to do the job, rather than please the eye of the beholder.
The Ruger Gunsite Scout .308 is an interesting-looking rifle, and one that doesn’t give away its identity too lightly.
As soon as the Hawkeye was removed from its packaging, I handed it over to my fellow fox shooting colleague and experienced rifleman Darren, to see what his first impressions were – it is always good to have an alternative view.
The .204 Ruger is an interesting, quirky calibre that would be a joy to own, but has limited practical application.
Paul Harding experiments with some reduced recoil loads, and finds that big-bore rifles needn’t make you wince
Paul Harding tries to answer a question often asked in incredulous tones by stalkers: Can single-shot rifles really be suitable for stalking?