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The .222 Remington Story

Though overshadowed by the .223 Rem., the .222 Rem. is a real performer that many shooters know little about—yet, for four decades, it held the record for the smallest five-shot group fired at a 100-yard registered benchrest match.

Product Preview: Howa Mini Action Rifle

Equipped with synthetic detachable magazines, the Mini Action Rifles from Howa feature short-action receivers that are scaled down by approximately 12 percent compared to the industry standard size.

Hornady Superformance Varmint

Hornady is rewriting the rules with its new Superformance Varmint ammunition.

8 Things You Might Not Know About the Ruger Mini-14

Decades old and still vastly popular, Ruger's Mini-14 has few limits. There’s a lot to say about any gun with that much history, so we decided to track down a few things you might not know about the famous rifle.

Savage Arms Model 25: A Budget-Priced Varmint Rifle

You might have heard of other options in the Savage Arms lineup, but the budget-priced Model 25 is one worth looking at.

Loading the .300 Whisper

From J.D Jones' tough criteria was born the .300 Whisper, a cartridge that has users as diverse as the bullets and tasks it will handle.

Remington Model 700

Next year, the Model 700 will have been used by shooters for 50 years.

Remington's Model 700: The First 50 Years

The Remington Model 700 is 50 years old, and continues to be a very popular rifle.

Blaser R8 Rifle: The Next Step

The R8 is bigger, stronger and has several new features, like the ability to chamber dangerous-game cartridges.

.223 Remington Vs. 5.56: What's in a Name?

The common misconception is that the two are the same—that 5.56x45 mm and .223 Rem. are the same dance partner, but with a different dress. This can lead to a dangerous situation

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