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The Synthetic Hunter

Every red-blooded hunter or outdoorsman has heard of Jeremiah Johnson, or they have at least watched the movie several times. Loosely based on the book Crow Killer, which was about a real mountain man named John Jeremiah Garrison “Liver-Eating” Johnson, the movie has become an iconic anthem to hunters. Every hunter, whether they’ll admit it or not, thinks they’re a little bit like Jeremiah …

Analysis of the Scout Rifle: Part 6

This is the sixth and final part in a series of articles concerning the Scout Rifle. It could be considered an addendum to my book, The Scout Rifle Study. The Disparity between Definition and Performance Firearms, regardless of what they’re called, are intended to serve a purpose; they’re engineered and designed to perform specific tasks. With the Scout Rifle Concept Jeff Cooper attempted …

Analysis of the Scout Rifle: Part 5

This is the fifth in a series of articles concerning the Scout Rifle. It could be considered an addendum to my book, The Scout Rifle Study. The Disparity between Definition and Performance. Jeff Cooper felt that he could prescribe a definition for a rifle that would yield a particular level of performance. This is of course a very analytical approach to any problem. …