Lane Precision Rifles Custom Build Review

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.Depending on perspective, the phrase “custom rifle” can awaken mental images of what the perfect rifle should look like. Some shooters dream of elaborate metal work bedded in a...

Uberlight Kimber Rifle Build

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Uberlight Kimber Rifle Build By Luke Moffat, Rokslide Prostaff I have always been drawn to lighter weight rifles. Maybe it’s because my first hunting rifle was relatively light, and these type...
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Review: Cooper Model 52 Long Range Rifle

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Review: Cooper Model 52 Long Range Rifle By Sam MillardThere's no getting around the fact that if you want to hunt at extended distances, your gear better be up to...
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Tikka Compact Review, Part I

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   Tikka Compact Review, Part I By Dustin Allen, Rokslide Member A few years ago, I bought a Tikka T3 Lite chambered in 30-06 based on the reviews...
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Cooper Firearms Open Country LR Rifle Review

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Over the last several years, the number of rifle hunts I participate in has steadily increased to the point where I’ve started looking for the “perfect” rifle for the...
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Kenai Chest Holster Review

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Kenai Chest Holster Review By Luke Johnson, Rokslide Guest WriterIf you spend any amount of time in the mountains, you'll likely be wearing a backpack. And if you are spending...

Snowy Mountain Rifles Alpine Hunter Review

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Last year when I found out Snowy Mountain Rifles (SMR) wanted a rifle reviewed here on Rokslide, I let Robby and Ryan know that I was interested in testing...

Thirty Days to One Thousand Yards

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“Thirty Days to One Thousand”, pretty catchy title right? I thought it might spark your curiosity, but the value of the title ends there. The entire process only took...

Spartan Davros Tripod Head Review

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I have been a fan of the Spartan Quick magnetic attachment system since I first used a Javelin bipod a few years back. I like how easily the bipod...

Mesa Precision Crux Titanium Carbon Hunter Rifle Review

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The stalk was difficult for sure.  First, we rode the horses down the spine of the mountain divide to cut some distance.  Then came the sketchy descent through snow-covered...