This week we get both a DIY class and a shooting masterclass as Stuart Wilson embarks on a new high seat build. With that in progress, he finds time for a vigil on one of his existing high seats for…
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My introduction to Mannlicher rifles set the standard for how I would judge all rifles from that moment on. The Mannlicher Schönauer was a legendary piece of engineering with a magnificent history and hunting pedigree. This rifle, in the hands of ‘Karamojo’ Bell, reputedly accounted for 1,011 elephants during the era of the great ivory trade.
Waterproof and breathable, this Classic Cap is ideal for in the field.
The Sauer 101 promises high-end performance at a low-end price. Taking one out on review, Tim Pilbeam is impressed with what he finds
Steyr Mannlicher is often a name associated with legendary rifles of old – but the newer Steyrs shouldn’t be overlooked, as Byron Pace finds out
Sporting Rifle’s Byron Pace takes the Sauer 202 Classic for a range test and discovers German engineering at its finest
Mike Powell receives a Steyr Half Stock Mountain Classic to test – and has a hard time giving it back
Sporting Rifle’s Byron Pace reviews the 84M Classic Select in .243 from Kimber, distributed in the UK by Riflecraft, and endorses this excellent value off-the-shelf rifle
Mark Stone tests one of the biggest names in American riflescopes