You wouldn’t ask your kid to play a basketball game with shoes two sizes too big. The same logic applies when buying deer rifles for kids.
The key to good rifle shooting is having the best possible interface between the rifle and the shooter. And while humans interface with several parts of a rifle, none is more important than with the trigger.
Great ammo, rifles and sights for today’s “tactical” deer hunter.
Mossberg’s new 7.62 MVP and Remington’s new model 783 are both bargain-priced tack-drivers.
If most of your shooting is done in heavy, deep woods, you’ll need a light-to-carry, fast-to-shoulder rifle — but almost any cartridge will do.
Slug gun hunters will want to check out some of these products for the upcoming season.
Deer hunters have never had a better selection accurate, dependable slug guns at an affordable price.