For 40 years Eagle Grips has used rosewood, ebony wood, mother of pearl, even some ivory and simulated ivory. But now the company is using a new medium called Kirinite in a certain line of grips. Sound like something from where Superman came from? Perhaps not, but Kirinite is a very dense material that doesn't dull or scratch and is available in a plethora of colors. Paul Huble explains it further in the video below. For more information, visit EagleGrips.com.
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Watch American Rifleman staff on the range with a centerfire rifle built on the famed Browning X-Bolt action and loaded with cutting-edge features for hunters and enthusiasts who shoot at longer-than-usual distances.
I have an old box of Winchester-Western Super X .38 Colt hollow-point ammo. On the side of the box is “Lubaloy coated Bullet special dry wax lubricant.” It seems to me that most modern ammunition is not coated. Why is it (or was it) necessary to put some form of wax on ammunition?
A recent celebration at Gunsite Academy recognized American Rifleman Field Editor Wiley Clapp for his many accomplishments in the firearm industry.
Based off the earlier magnum cartridges like the .375 H&H Mag., Winchester developed a shortened magnum load for short-action rifles and introduced it in 2001 as the .270 Winchester Short Magnum (WSM).