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Long-Range Warriors: The USMC M40 Rifles

From the American Rifleman Archives: U.S. Marine Corps M40-series rifles have earned their reputation as robust, precision battlefield instruments in the skillful hands of Marine scout-snipers.

NRA Gun of the Week: Head Down Firearms HD-15 Master Series

On this week’s “Gun of the Week,” American Rifleman staff examine a Head Down Firearms Master Series rifle optioned with enhanced components for long range work.

NRA Gun of the Week: Winchester Model 70 Super Grade Maple Rifle

Watch as American Rifleman's Brian Sheetz checks out a super-grade variant of the "Rifleman's Rifle."

USMC Scout Snipers Choose Nightforce Optics

The U.S. Marine Corps has selected Nightforce Optics (nightforceoptics.com) for its Advanced Tactical Riflescope (ATACR) to be included on the Mk13 Mod 7 rifle system chambered for .300 Win. Mag.

A Marine's Rifle

Mawhinney is a towering figure in the sniper community because of his combat record in Vietnam.

Remington Model 700: A Top-Selling Bolt-Action Rifle

The Remington 700 has been around for decades, but that hasn't stopped it from topping the sales charts on GunBroker.com.

5 Facts About U.S. Marine Corps Firepower

"Every Marine a Rifleman" is mantra that represents the willingness and ability of every Marine to engage the enemy in direct combat.

5 Facts About U.S. Marine Corps Firepower

"Every Marine a Rifleman" is mantra that represents the willingness and ability of every Marine to engage the enemy in direct combat.

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.

Guns and Gear of the U.S. Marine Corps Circa 1970

In this photo essay, NRA Publications Deputy Executive Director Chip Lohman takes us back to the era in which he was accepted into the USMC Officer Candidate Program while attending the University of Kansas. After graduating, he served for 21 years in all three Infantry Divisions and various desk jobs, retiring in 1994 as a Lieutenant Colonel.

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