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The Contender: Winchester’s .224 Light Rifle

Rendered in blued steel and walnut, Winchester’s .224-cal. Light Weight Military Rifle could well have become the U.S. Army’s standard arm. But the company gave up on the project in the face of competition from Armalite and its futuristic AR-15.

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.

Wildcat Cartridges That Went Legit

Hundreds of wildcat cartridges have come and gone through the years-some with ridiculous names and others with little ballistic benefit over factory offerings. But a few have offered real advantages and gone mainstream. Here, a veteran handloader reminisces about some of his favorites.

Merkel RX Helix

While not be the best choice for long-range Western hunts, at normal hunting distances in tight cover, the RX Helix is in its element.

.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

Remington's Model 700: The First 50 Years

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

Remington's Big Seven

Along with the 7 mm Rem. Mag., Remington introduced its most popular bolt-action-the Model 700.

A Century of Brass and Bullets

Today, Norma offers match load and hunting bullets with performance that is nearly unrivaled.

Remington Model 700

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

Blaser R8 Rifle: The Next Step

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

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