Posted June 22, 2016 11:49 am by Comments

By gunwriter Obsession can be defined as an idea or thought that continually preoccupies or intrudes on a person’s mind. For the last four years I’ve been obsessed with the Scout Rifle. There, I admit it and it is said that’s the first step towards recovery. The problem is I did not want to recover; I wanted to solve the problem. The problem is varied and complicated. Jeff Cooper left us with the Scout Rifle concept in the form of multiple definitions that sometimes held conflicting information. The problem is also that most do not understand the concept; they believe it is founded on nothing more than a rifle with a forward mounted optical sight. But, the problem is also that few understand the motivation behind the concept and where the Scout Rifle belonged before and in the 21st century. In an effort to grasp what Cooper put forward I’ve handled and shot every Scout Rifle I could find during the last four years. I’ve exposed them to rigid tests and pitted them against other rifles. I’ve hunted with them in North America and in Africa. I’ve read everything I could find that Cooper wrote about them to include his private papers. …Read the Rest

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