Browning BAR Lightweight Superior To Remington 7400 Carbine
In this two-way test of lightweight .30-06 semiautomatic rifles, the Browning outclassed the Remington in most categories.
In spite of what some people may say or think, we feel a semiautomatic rifle is a worthwhile hunting arm. A bolt-action rifle may work just fine for most hunters, but manually-operated firearms are extremely difficult, if not impossible, for physically disadvantaged people to use. Also, a semiautomatic rifle’s ability to deliver a fast follow-up shot can prevent wounded game animals from suffering needlessly.
There is, of course, a downside to the semiautomatic rifle. It typically weighs about 1/2-pound more than most bolt-action sporters, making the gun tiresome to carry around for any length of time. However, the .30-06 Springfield rifles in this test solve the weight problem. They are...