Posted February 27, 2017 4:48 pm by Comments

By gunwriter There are five rifles from New Ultra Light Arms (NULA) that live in my house. I could not bring myself to part with any of them. My NULA 22 LR is a single shot. It has potted a lot of squirrels and I used it on Christmas day to shoot my daughter’s drone down from where it was stuck on a tree limb. I used by 243 to take my best whitetail and it now belongs to my son. He would not part with it for a pretty girl. The 30 Remington AR was my idea of an ideal walking rifle. It has taken game in Africa and here at home. I used it to make one of my best shots on a kudu bull, at sunset, at about 300 yards. The 35 Whelen hangs around in case I get really mad at something. It has a kudu, zebra, and wildebeest to its credit. It also shoots like a match rifle. The 308 was turned into a Scout Rifle by Jim Brockman. It weighs just a shade over six pounds with scope and sling attached. I dropped a massive bull elk with it in New Mexico. The other NULA rifle …Read the Rest

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