September 16, 2020
Every year at parent-teacher conferences, the conversation with some of my students’ parents turns to rifles. I teach biology to 11-year-olds who are turning 12, the age that kids can hunt big game in Wyoming.
Their parents, knowing of my love for the Second Amendment, often ask me for advice on what to buy their son or daughter for their first hunting rifle. Since its debut in 2012, I have recommended the Ruger American chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor, because the gun came out of the gate punching well above its price tag in accuracy, dependability and precision. But it seems I’ll be making an adjustment to that recommendation thanks to Davidson’s Gallery of Guns...
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