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Savage B.Mag HB Review

Back when I did my initial review on the Savage B.Mag 3 years ago, I found the accuracy to be. . . really lacking, to the point where I didn’t see the point. I tried many things to resolve the accuracy issues and none worked. I know that some guys get great accuracy out of their […]

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Savage 93F Review

Savage 93F

Goes for $300-$450 depending on model in Canada, and about $300 in the US. Unless you guys really, really, really want me to do an article on this one, I’m skipping. I wrote an article on the Savage 93R17 already, which is basically the same beast. Video review on Savage 93 22WMR  

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Marlin 70PSS “Papoose” Review

Back in 2006, I had a Marlin 795. It was inexpensive, reliable, lightweight and accurate. More recently, I’ve been looking at takedown 22s. I’ve had my hand at the Ruger 10/22 takedown, and wanted to try the Marlin again since it went so well the first time, but didn’t see a good opportunity until recently […]

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Matador Arms Mag Rotor Review

Canada has some really weird gun laws and even weirder interpretations. Take the 10/22 as an example: semi auto 22 rifles aren’t capacity limited, but pistols are limited to 10. Our law says that magazines designed for the rifle are unlimited, but magazines designed for pistols are limited. Because the 10/22 Charger, a 10/22 platform […]

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Remington 597 Review

The Remington 597 is a semi auto, magazine fed rimfire rifle that competes with other semi-auto 22’s like the Ruger 10/22, Marlin 795, and Savage 64. While the 597 doesn’t have the aftermarket support that the market leading 10/22 has, Remington has really pushed for more magazines and versions of the rifle. The 597 HB (Heavy […]

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Ruger American Rimfire 22LR Review

The Ruger American Rimfire is a new bolt action 22LR rifle that came onto the scene with some really practical features. With an interchangeable rear stock that gives different cheek comb heights as well as different lengths of pull, the rifle offers some good flexibility not available on most other rifles at this price point. […]

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Ruger 10/22 Takedown Review

The Ruger 10/22 Takedown is Ruger’s backpack friendly version of their popular 10/22 platform. With the barrel and forend removed from the action the rifle, it easily fits in a compact backpack. The Ruger 10/22 takedown is the most popular takedown 22 on the market. The regular takedown 10/22 goes for $350 in the US, […]

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Savage 64 Review

The Savage 64 is a semi automatic 22LR. Previously known as the Cooey 64, Winchester-Cooey 64, and Lakefield 64B, the Savage 64 is an inexpensive rimfire rifle that has been around for decades. Savage is bringing out its new A22 design that will compete with the Model 64, so we may not see too many […]

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Savage 6 “Click Clack” “Gill Gun” 22

Sorry for all the nicknames in the title, but I just wanted to make it easier for people who buy these 22’s secondhand to find some information on them. The Savage 6A is a semi automatic, tube magazine-fed 22LR rifle with some really interesting features. This particular Savage 6A was handed down to me by […]

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Anschutz MSR RX22 Precision Quick Look

Hi Guys, Just a quick one today. This is a look at the Anschutz RX22 Competition semi automatic 22. This is the Anschutz version of the ISSC MSR and it’s not simply rebranded. Anschutz used their own match barrel and added an adjustable trigger group. The Competition version pictured here also comes with a non folding wood […]

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