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Barrett 98 Bravo

Barrett is again poised to push the envelope-this time, with the Model 98B, a turnbolt rifle in .338 Lapua Mag.

H&R 1871 Buffalo Classic Rifle

For many decades, hunters across the country—indeed, around the world—have used the economical and simple break-action rifles from Harrington & Richardson (now H&R 1871 and New England Firearms) to harvest everything from squirrels to deer, black bear, elk and moose. As a general rule, the overriding appeal of these arms was their robust, uncomplicated utility.

The Steyr Elite 08

Getting the job done.

A Half-Century of Service

The NRA Law Enforcement Division celebrates its 50th Anniversary.

USMC Sniper Rifles: Hands On History

Retired USMC Major and NRA Secretary “Jim” Land is considered the founder of the modern Marine Corps sniping program and has spent 40 years assembling what is likely the best collection of Marine sniping arms in private hands.

One for the Record Books: Camp Perry 1921

In honor of the 125th anniversary of American Rifleman, the following is an excerpt from the September 15, 1921 issue: Camp Perry.

Bullet Casting: From Ingot to Bullet

Casting your own bullets can be a simple project, but the devil is in the details.

Surgeon Rifles’ Remedy XL Tactical Rifle

The Surgeon XL action represents perhaps the pinnacle of bolt-action design.

Bullet Casting: Loading ’Em Up

Putting the finishing touches to your newly poured bullets will make them perform much better.

The Hession Rifle

With the London Olympics now over, it’s time for a little history lesson on British disarmament. It is a tale told best by one very special rifle.

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