Posted: 09/04/2012 in News

I used a 760 Gamemaster in West Virginia for years, the only issue I had with it was the magazine release was positioned in a way that allowed accidentally releasing the magazine. If I hadn’t heard the sound of the magazine hitting the ground, I might have lost it for good.


Tracking wilderness whitetails through the primeval forests of the Northeast is a very specialized form of deer hunting. The demands placed upon the deer tracker are both physically challenging and mentally intense. In order to achieve success at this hard man’s game, your senses must be razor sharp while in pursuit.


A rifle is, for all intents and purposes, merely a tool utilized to complete a job. Just as carpenters, masons, plumbers, and drywallers require various tools unique to their profession, so should the huntsman’s selection of a weapon be designed specifically for his or her style of hunting.

An individual’s choice of firearm should reflect discriminating personal preference as it essentially becomes an extension of the arms that carry it. It must be capable of performing flawlessly under any conditions.

The rifle that has accompanied me into the deer woods, for nearly a quarter of a century now…

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