I wholeheartedly recommend this rifle without hesitation. Its reliability and adaptability make it a standout choice for shooters seeking a feature-packed and high-performing firearm.
When I think about bolt action 22s my mind drifts towards an idealized image of mid-century American shooting sports. Boy Scouts earning their rifle shooting merit badge, squirrel hunting in the freshly fallen snow, or a boy receiving his first rifle as a Christmas gift.
With its rugged construction, the rifle proves its durability, while the monolithic upper receiver serves as an ideal platform for attaching NV (Night Vision) and thermal clip-on devices.
The Impulse Mountain Hunter is a lightweight hunting rifle that features Savage’s Impulse action which is a straight pull bolt design on an aluminum receiver, AccuStock Technology, and a Proof Research carbon fiber barrel.
The Backcountry 2.0 lineup is available in four configurations including a steel or titanium action with either carbon fiber or traditional fluted barrel.
One feature I really appreciate about this rifle is the reduced movement it takes to operate this gun.
Maybe it’s the affordable ammo or the novelty of a .223 Rem caliber bolt action. I can’t quite say why, but when the CZ 600 Trail hit the market, I was entranced.
When Benelli first introduced the rifle in 2019, they got a lot of things right, combining modern features hunters want in a relatively light package that delivers great accuracy.
The Sako S20 was definitely cheated when it hit the market in 2020; Covid19 stole the media spotlight and was also responsible for the cancellation of the SHOT Show and the Annual NRA Show, the two largest firearms manufacturer events of the year. The S20 has a right to feel slighted, but the US consumers were also cheated by not getting the exposure they deserved to the new Sako offering. So, let’s take a fresh look at the S20’s features, options, and performance.
Lightweight, compact, and it accepts a standard magazine: the Ruger American Ranch Rifle fits the bill perfectly of a suppressor host.