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Below are the articles I have written on my experiences with the H&R Handirifle, my Savage rifles, and various other hunting related stories. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I do writing and publishing them here for you. If they are in some way helpful, drop a line and let us know.
One of the rifles I used to have was the Buffalo Classic. It was a fine rifle. Regrettably I sold it due to eye problems. I wish I had never gotten rid of it, but oh well, we sometimes make choices we cannot take back. That was one of mine.
I have owned many others as well. Including the 223 Ultra Varmint (featured in it's own article below), 45-70 standard barrel (22"), 26" 280 Remington, and a 20 gauge slug barrel.
The NEF rifles I now have are actually my son's rifles. They each have a 223 and 30-30 barrel. All three are very accurate with both handloads and factory ammo.
Of course to shoot these fine rifles at the range you need a good steady rifle rest like the one I made (featured below). Since I am college poor, (I'm not in college, I'm just poor cause I'm paying for two son's college at the same time) I do what I usually do. I make it. Besides, even If I weren't paying for college, I'd make it anyway.
Target frames are a simple affair to make. I'll soon have an article and pictures to show you how to make a target frame and stand very cheaply.
When you decide you no longer like the finish on your rifle, here is an inexpensive alternative to having it done by a pro, at professional prices. I call it Home Brewed Parkerizing.
Articles by Handirifle
The H&R Buffalo Classic
H&R 223 Ultra Varmint
Home Brewed Parkerizing
My Own Buffalo Classic
Winchester '94 trapper
parts list from Numericks gun parts
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Hornady 270gr in the 375 Winchester-
the quest for a good elk bullet
Handirifle's homemade rifle rest
My Hunting Rig
Air box Relocation
Onboard Air Install
Ohio Monster deer Archery
My First 17 HMR Coyote