Friends of NRA is commemorating the long service and lasting legacy of Major Edward James Land, Jr.—to both his nation and the National Rifle Association—with a run of 50 limited-edition tactical rifles built by Virginia-based Ashbury Precision Ordnance (APO).
Watch this "Rifleman Review" segment on the Beretta ARX160 rifle from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV.
Originally introduced by Mossberg as the Varmint (2011) and Predator (2012) rifles—together, the MVP line—the 5.56x45 mm NATO-chambered, bolt-action duo has given rise to an entire family of long guns, thoughtfully equipped for myriad roles including, but certainly not limited to, their namesake hunting pursuits.
From an importer of Kentucky Rifle kits to bullet maker to one of the world’s premier barrel makers, BPI/Bergara’s road to success has been long and winding. Now the company, which makes suppressors, too, has set its sights on becoming one of America’s foremost rifle makers.
From the Sept. 1998 American Rifleman, Mark Keefe authored this article about the Steyr Scout rifle and how Jeff Cooper’s dream of a modern, “general purpose” rifle suitable for the rifleman, big-game hunter, soldier on a long-distance mission or law-enforcement officer was finally a reality.