Rifle 290 January 2017
On the cover . . . This new Model 1894 .45 Colt shows the fine craftsmanship of Marlin’s Limited Edition rifles.
This issue features: Wheeler Engineering Level-Level-Level Spotting Scope by Dave Scovill, 6.5 Remington Magnum Misfit Lock, Stock & Barrel by Lee J. Hoots, Mossberg MVP Patrol 5.56 NATO- Mostly Long Guns by Brian Pearce, Rifle Readiness- Down Range by Mike Venturino, Final Fitting of Recoil Pads Light Gunsmithing by Gil Sengel, Burris Riflescopes- A Rifleman’s Optics by John Haviland, The Practicality of Aesthetics Walnut Hill by Terry Wieland, New Marlin Lever Actions- Production is underway in Ilion, New York. By Brian Pearce, CZ 557 Sporter Short Action- A Line Extension to Include .308 Winchester by John Haviland, Model 70 at 80– Part II The Best It’s Ever Been by Terry Wieland, The .22 Winchester Magnum Mystery- Why Some Rifles Shoot Better Than Others by John Barsness, Browning BAR Mark 3- A new .30-06 repeats an old tradition. By Stan Trzoniec and much more!