ruger

Ruger Hawkeye Review

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.

Tagged with: , , , ,
Posted in Centrefire, Reviews

Ruger Scout Review

The Ruger Gunsite Scout .308 is an interesting-looking rifle, and one that doesn’t give away its identity too lightly.

Tagged with: , , , ,
Posted in Reviews, Rimfire

Ruger Hawkeye Review

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.

Tagged with: , , , ,
Posted in Centrefire, Reviews

.204 Ruger

The .204 Ruger is an interesting, quirky calibre that would be a joy to own, but has limited practical application.

Tagged with: , ,
Posted in Features

Lightening the load

Paul Harding experiments with some reduced recoil loads, and finds that big-bore rifles needn’t make you wince

Tagged with: , , , , ,
Posted in Ammunition, Features, Target news

The single life

Paul Harding tries to answer a question often asked in incredulous tones by stalkers: Can single-shot rifles really be suitable for stalking?

Tagged with: , , , , ,
Posted in Features

Multi talented

The Ruger Gunsite Scout aims to be a .308 to suit all purposes. Tim Pilbeam finds out whether it succeeds

Tagged with: , , , , , ,
Posted in Centrefire, Reviews
Follow Us!


Email Newsletter Sign Up
Please take a few moments to register for our free e-mail newsletter to get all the latest news and views on the shooting world delivered straight to your inbox





Subscribe To Our Newsletter for the latest updates straight to your inbox

You have Successfully Subscribed!