Today I want to share what has become my favorite article on rifles. When it comes to rifles–and all firearms, for that matter–there isn’t a perfect choice that would be ideal in every situation. Rather, it depends on what your goal is. As the author says, “In the right application, a dump truck is extremely useful, just not when acceleration is the goal.” The rifle you buy should depend on what you plan on using it for, not on how it looks or whether it was at the top of some list.
So for this article, rather than making a simple top 10 list, the author shares his favorite and second favorite rifles in five categories: hunting small game, hunting large game, perimeter-defense beyond 200 yards, self-defense inside 200 yards, self-defense in close quarters. This is an excellent read, especially if you’re looking to buy a rifle.
Jack writes, “I decided to write an article identifying and singing the praises of the ten best survival rifles to own. And that’s what the title says at the top of this article. That being said, listing the 10 “best survival rifles” requires real compromises. It’s a cold hard fact that a single perfect survival rifle doesn’t exist.” Follow the link below to keep reading.