GUN TESTS GRADE: A
Looking very much like a wartime Mauser 98K, the Mitchell Mauser M48 is not German, but Yugoslavian, made after WWII in the late 1940s and preserved unused since then. The stock is teak, which in this offering has similar density to that of walnut. We liked the way this one shot and felt with the mil-spec ammo.
When news of the Parkland, FL school shooting first hit in February, the entire Gun Tests staff was both infuriated and horrified, to say the least. Following the senseless attack, I published the following story as Gun Tests' response. We sure hope you agree with us. Read More
Gun Tests reporters and editors on the scene at SHOT Show 2018 in Las Vegas scoured the show for new rifle, pistol, shotgun, and accessory entries for our readers to consider this year. For what seems like a long time now, new rifle introductions have been dominated by variations on the AR-15/AR-10 platform. But for 2018, were also seeing the emergence of more dedicated long-range precision sport and hunting rifles. Heres a rundown on quite a few just-introduced rifle choices for 2018, some of which well be looking at later this year. Read More
Reader Mick makes a case for an extensive wheelgun feature using one of his favorite rounds. On it. Reader Tom extols the virtues of smaller rifles for bigger people. Great advice. Read More
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