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The New Model 70 Winchester

The Winchester Model 70 rifle, reviewed November 1936.

Weaver Super Slam

Like all Weaver riflescopes, the Super Slam is waterproof, fogproof and shockproof.

Expanding Bullets: How They Really Work

There are many myths and misconceptions when it comes to what hunting bullets actually do-or don’t do-when impacting game.

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.

What About the Other 6 mms?

One of America’s most popular cartridges is the .243 Win., however, the 6 mm Rem. and .240 Wby. Mag. actually deliver better ballistics.

Handloading Lead-Free Bullets

There are multiple factors that must be considered when handloading lead-free bullets.

The Rifleman’s Rifle Turns 75

From the depths of The Depression came what some argue is the finest bolt-action rifle ever made.

Nosler Model 48 Legacy Rifle

The Legacy is what the late John A. Nosler envisioned the ideal rifle to be.

Remington's Model 700: The First 50 Years

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

Where Has All The Ammo Gone?

In case you hadn’t noticed, we are in the midst of an ammunition, primer and propellant shortage. Stories are making both local and national news, and rumors abound on the Internet. I understand there have been large Federal contracts, but those cannot come close to explaining the increased demand for ammunition and components.

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