They Said It Couldnt Be Done

224 Harvey Kay Chuk

Bobcat shot with wildcat cartridge, .224 Kay-Chuk, is proudly held up by hunter Don King, Gainesville, Tex. HARD WORKING DREAMER MAKES HIS DREAMS COME TRUE BY TURNING OUT GUNS AND LOADS THAT FULFILL SHOOTER'S DREAMS OF ACCURACY AND FIELD PERFORMANCE DO YOU have your own ideas, some of them pretty spectacular, about what a gun or a load should be for a specific purpose If so, you are the kind of fellow who helped make the musket obsolete, and some of your ideas might be worth trying. Be inspired...

Experienced Hunter And Gun Crank Tells How Stock Design Can Reduce Bruising Rifle Recoil

Ardesa Outfitter Rifle

AS A RIFLEMAN and experimenter, as well as a hunter, . I have always been interested in why some guns kick and others don't. After some years of trial and study. I decided that objectionable kick in a rifle is caused largely by the design, shape, and fit of the stock. It has little to do with gun weight, or even with load power. A good illustration of this occurred one evening after dinner at the ranch, when my guest and I headed for the range to sight in his new gun. Targets were set up, John...