Posted July 18, 2016 12:15 pm by Comments

By gunwriter The 2016 Scout Rifle Conference has ended. Because of the hard work of the elite staff at Gunsite Academy and the professionalism and focus of all those in attendance, it was a success. It is also important to note that in defiance of a covert effort to sabotage the event by a shadow lurking naysayer, questioning our motives and qualifications, our efforts to perpetuate a better understanding of the history and future of the Scout Rifle were not denied. The message will reach and invite a new generation into the Scout Rifle fold. Critical to the enigma the Scout Rifle has become is the realization that it is part of the legacy of Jeff Cooper and, to some extent, Gunsite Academy. This makes it imperative for those who discuss, manufacture, or use a Scout Rifle to have an understanding of its roots and place in the world of modern weaponry. Without this, the platform will creep further away from its intended purpose and become even more misunderstood. Cooper predicted the Scout Rifle would become the personal weapon of the future. Sadly, he did not stay with us long enough to experience the resurgence of interest in …Read the Rest

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