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Aimpoint Hunter Series

Can the new Aimpoint Hunter Series bring the technology of the red-dot sights deployed by the U.S. military to the hunting world?

Wilson Combat Introduces the AR Hunter Series

Designed to be the lightest large bore ARs on the market, the Hunter series from Wilson Combat consists of three all-new models of varying weights and features.

Aimpoint Hunter 34L 1X 47 mm

The Aimpoint Hunter is purposely tailored to deer, elk and wild hog hunters.

Savage Arms Lightweight Hunter Rifles

This extremely light and accuracy rifle is also affordable.

Tested: Magpul Pro 700 Rifle Stock

The popularity of precision rifle shooting for competition has spurred development of equipment that has heavily influenced the tactical and hunting markets as well.

The Taurus Judge vs. The Magnum Research BFR

How do these two .410 handguns stack up for self-defense?

Tested: Taurus´ TX22 & G3 Pistols

Two new pistols represent separate tracks for Taurus—a new center-fire model from Brazil and an innovative rimfire designed and made right here in the United States. Best of all, neither will break the bank.

Tested: Hornady 6.5 Creedmoor

Originally developed as a precision rifle cartridge for the relatively small across-the-course competition market, Hornady’s 6.5 mm Creedmoor is now one of the most popular chamberings for the American sportsman. Light on recoil, yet dominant at long range, the 6.5 Creedmoor is an ideal loading for both novice shooters and expert marksmen.

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