The 8 Best Firearms – Centerfire Rifles reviews
Savage® Arms Model 11/111 DOA Hunter XP Bolt-Action Rifle with Bushnell® Trophy DOA 3-9x40 Scope Package
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Browning® X-Bolt Hell's Canyon Speed Bolt-Action Rifles
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Hey here we are 2016 media day at the range of John Cho new Browning this year is the name speed is going to be seen in apparel firearms. You name a speed kills baby. And for new this year is the expo else Canyon speed rifle featuring the new attacks camo pattern seracote on. All the metal finishes. We have a really nice fluted barrel new muzzle brake system on the end it's going to come through. All the fun little caliber six five thirty dots 6 to 7. You name it's going to come out in. All those calibers neat little rifle about six pounds done just right for not only the mountain guide with the individual sitting in the tree stand awesome gun a tax camel pattern. You name it they've got. All new for 2016 hex bolt the speed rifle.
Ruger® American Rifle® Ranch Bolt-Action Rifle
Oh hey internet friends. Something cool to show. This is the new Ruger American ranch rifle. What you're thinking another boring bolt-action rifle but wait there's. Something different about. This little guy here is chambered in the ultra affordable 7 62 by 39 cartridge which means lots. And lots of cheap practice. This little biscuit here is a mash-up of two of our. Most popular workingman rifles hence the name American ranch so. You have the ranch rifle which were sold as mini-14 variants. These are the semi-automatic two to three varmint killing machines then. You have the accurate American series which is. Both action at entry-level pricing mash. These up nine months later. This little guy here is our rifle here the barrel is 16 inches long the overall length is about 36 inches the rifle weighs in at 6 pounds the only stock color offered right. This FD II which is flat dark earth. You can't get any other color at the moment but. This color is not that bad. It does ship with the five round magazine. This is the same magazine. You will find in the mini 30 the rifle does come with a Ruger adjustable marksman trigger which can be adjusted between three. And five pounds you can see right there is very similar to the Savage Accu trigger so it's two stages. This rifle does come with a Pirating rail which replaces the standard American rifle scope based system your rifle will also come with swivel studs.
Both on the front in the rear. You want to put a sling on. That the rifle comes with a cold hammer-forged barrel. It is threaded for a suppressor the rifle has a tang safety on the back well then very audible click so. You know if it's on. If it's off the rifle also features a softer. You think rubber butt pad I'm telling you. This thing is way softer. You think you have a one-piece three lug bolts here with a 70 degree throw 70 degrees means. It stays clear of your scope in. This whole package here sells in Canada for about $699 without the scope sorry not the whole package. We added the scope it does not include. That just, so we're clear the only thing the gun ships with is. That five round detachable mag. And an owner's manual so. This particular Ruger American ranch rifle. We use was outfitted with a Bushnell 1 to 4 by 24 scope. And just so you're aware. We packed about a thousand rounds of the fanciest surplus Communist Soviet ammo. We could find to the range.
It here is my thoughts I'll start with pros so let. Me start off by saying this rifle comes with an awesome barrel the rifle comes with a cold hammer-forged barrel. It is made in-house which means it's excellent quality. It can stand up to lots. And lots and lots of crappy surplus Soviet ammo. Something else we loved was the three lug bolt. This is a fancy upgrade typically found in. More expensive rifles like its older brother the Ruger precision rifle. Something else we really loved was the 70 degree bolt throw as opposed to the 90 degree bolt throw the 70 degree bolt throw allows for more clearance between the knob. And the scope that means. It is quicker throws. It has less room to travel. Something else I really enjoyed about the rifle was its point ability. And we're still arguing as to. That is a word it is very compact.
And surprisingly economic. This means that as soon as. Ipicked this guy up. It literally points everywhere. Ipointed but to put. This in perspective. Icould hit multiple targets. Iwas moving I mean. We really pushed this rifle. Another suite upgrade. This rifle comes with for free is the Ruger marksman adjustable trigger. You can adjust it between 3. And 5 pounds and I'm telling you it's better. You expect so here's. One I'm not sure to put. This in the pro or the con category it's the plastic synthetic stock. Ifelt like I shouldn't like. Imean at a glance it's kind of cheap looking and. It kind of feels cheap but. It was surprisingly ergonomic. It was actually comfortable so. Idon't know if it's a pro. You guys grabbed it up hold. What you think leave. It in the comments below ok here's a slight little con maybe. This is due to the ammunition.
We were using because. We did use some cheap surplus steel stuff but had issues feeding around so no issues with extraction but as. We pushed our bolt forward trying to feed them from the mag into the chamber. We noticed we would get them stuck up there in the feed ramp on the way. It seemed to auto correct itself after like 20. Or 25 rounds but it was a problem at first 7 62 by 39 rounds have a bad rap on the Internet. Idon't know why but people seem to think. You would have a better chance hitting a target with buckshot. Then a 760 by 39 round but. We were hitting 1 MOA groups with. This guy here so and that's. What she familes, so I'm starting to think. That maybe more to do with the barrel. Than the actual cartridge. This particular rifle had no problems at.
All hitting that Eastern primer with. That Western firing pin so. We were a little bit concerned. That surplus ammo has deep-seated primers but. This firing pin had no problem in them every time. One of those rifles. Where the pros category far outweighs the cons category, so I'm gonna say today's keyword is right here. You there's your keyword for today bang for your buck value it's hard to beat the fun factor the reliability the build quality at. This price point so my rating on. This guy is 8 point 7 out of 10 crappy Soviet ammo crates thanks for watching like subscribe comment see.
Ruger® MINI-14® and MINI-Thirty® Semiautomatic Rifles
- MINI-14/5P Ranch – The Mini-14 boasts the simple, rugged Garand-style action with breech-bolt locking system, fixed-piston gas system and self-cleaning moving gas cylinder for unparalleled reliability under harsh operating conditions. Patented integral scope mounts machined directly on the solid-steel receiver provide a stable mounting surface for scope rings, eliminating the potential for a loss of accuracy in the field (scope rings included). Available with five- or 20-round magazines.
- MINI-14/20P Tactical – Chambered in the popular .300 AAC Blackout. Synthetic stock and blued barrel create a sleek stealthy look. Front blade and adjustable rear sights. Includes 20-round magazine.
- MINI-Thirty – A compact autoloader chambered in 7.62x39mm with enough punch for deer, antelope and other like-sized game. Quick-handling, accurate and lightweight with an 18-1/2" stainless steel barrel and black synthetic stock that resists rust and corrosion. A great go-to rifle for hunting or home-defense, it features an adjustable ghost-ring rear sight and shielded front blade sight. Proven performance thanks to the reliable Garand-style breech-bolt and safety system. A 1:10 twist barrel ensures downrange accuracy. Includes 20-round magazine.
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Stock construction: American Walnut.