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Making Remington Shotshells

Remington Ammunition loads every kind of cartridge used by today's firearm enthusiasts, but the company is particularly known for its line of shotshells. Here's how they're made.

I Have This Old Gun: Remington 700 BDL

After Winchester came out with its iconic Model 70, Remington Arms had catching up to do in the sporting-rifle market. Eventually, its answer was the Model 700, a gun that became one of the most recognized bolt-action designs of all time.

Rifleman Review: Winchester Model 70 Long Range MB

Winchester continues to improve its venerable Model 70 action, and the new Model 70 Long Range MB is designed as both a game-getting tool and a great target rifle.

The Modern Bolt-Action Deer Rifle

Today, the bolt-action rifle is still a popular option for those hunting North American deer, but much of how these rifles are built has changed over the last century.

I Have This Old Gun: Winchester Model 1907

At the turn of the 20th century, several companies began developing self-loading mechanisms for handguns and rifles, and one company at the forefront of semi-automatic innovation was Winchester Repeating Arms. Winchester's design, the Model 1907, had a number of unique features and saw some commercial success, as well as service in law-enforcement roles.

Rifleman Review: Colt Python 3"

In its original production run, the 3" barreled Colt Python was a rarity. Now, in its second generation, Colt is making the short-barreled model available, along with its 6" and 4.25" guns. We took a closer look at this short-barreled Colt in our Rifleman Review.

Shooting With The Pros: Tips From Winchester's Shotgun Team

Winchester Ammunition sponsors a competitive team of shotgunners, and these shooters are some of the best in the world. Watch our "American Rifleman Television" feature segment above to learn some shotgunning tips from Winchester's professional shotgunners.

I Have This Old Gun: M1907 Roth-Steyr

In the early 20th century, the semi-automatic handgun was in its infancy. The M1907 Roth-Steyr was one of the earliest semi-automatic martial pistols adopted, and it was used by the Austro-Hungarian cavalry.

Rifleman Review: Leupold Patrol 6HD 1-6X 24 mm Riflescope

In the marketplace of low power variable optics, the Leupold Patrol 6HD 1-6X 24 mm riflescope stands out as a versatile, rugged, general-purpose optic designed for quick target acquisition and use at extended ranges.

I Have This Old Gun: The Lee-Enfield Carbines

In addition to the Lee-Enfield infantry rifle, shorter Lee-Enfield carbines were created and adopted for use by British cavalry units. These carbines had specialized features that made for easier use while on horseback.

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