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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.

The Citadel M1-22

This sub-caliber replica of the iconic M1 provides historic fun.

Sinclair Tactical/Varmint Bipod

This bipod is for shooters seeking portability and maximum accuracy.

Howa/Axiom Varminter Rifle Package

An accurate, reasonably priced and ready-to-shoot rifle.

Tested: Howa 1500 Mini Bolt Highlander 7.62x39 mm Rifle

Chambered for the same round as the AK-47, this rifle and optics package is comfortable and affordable to shoot.

Sequels

Replicas of famous Hollywood guns are available to shooters who want to imitate the Wild West.

DIY Bolt-Gun Build: A Howa 1500 in a McMillan Stock

The Howa 1500 bolt-action rifle series can be customized to the user's preferance through the available part options offered by Brownells.

SIG Sauer GmbH Ended By Hostile Business Climate, Lack of Demand

A hostile German business climate against firearms manufacturers and a lack of demand led to the closure of the SIG Sauer GmbH plant in Eckernförde, Germany.

Jon Sundra: 50 Years of Gunwriting … and Counting

The latest shooting scribe to spill his guts is Jon R. Sundra, whose, Hell, I’m Still Here! Fifty Years a Gunwriter, more than delivers on a title that says quite a lot itself.

Firearms For Lefties

It isn’t always easy being a lefty in a right-handed world, and the realm of firearms is no exception. When it comes time to purchase a new gun there are many factors to consider—cost, reliability, weight, fit and finish, ergonomics, size, etc. And for those, like myself, who are lucky enough to be members of the sacred fraternity of left-handedness, gun buying also requires a few additional considerations.

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