Today’s Gun Fight is a battle of Browning rifles with initials for names. The BLR was designed in part by Bruce Browning, John Browning’s grandson. It debuted in 1969, offering a lever action with a box magazine that could accommodate pointed bullets and an action that could withstand cartridges as powerful as the 7mm magnum. The gas operated BAR came out in 1967 and has been made in calibers from .243 to .338 Win Mag. This one has a BOSS (Ballistic Optimizing Shooting System) on the muzzle, an innovation of the 90s that is designed to let you tune the rifle’s vibrations to particular loads to improve accuracy. (You rifle-shooting readers will have to tell me how well it works).