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The Browning X-Bolt Rifle—10 Years Later

Considered “radical” when introduced a decade ago, the Browning X-Bolt has become the company’s flagship.

Editors’ Picks 2018: Browning BXC Ammunition

Browning Ammunition notched a win with an NRA Golden Bullseye last year—the best ammunition line...

Unsung Hero: The Mk 248 MOD 1

The .300 Win. Mag. cartridge was a veritable game-changer in the military sniping community—especially in...

Not a Question of Need: The .400 H&H Magnum

With a belt and gentle shoulder, the .400 H&H Mag. could be called “old-school” in...

Tested: Ruger American Rifle Magnum

Originally introduced as a short-action center-fire bolt-action, chambered for a handful of the most popular...

Top Five All-Around Sporting Cartridges

Dave Campbell offers a look at the most popular all-around sporting cartridges.

A Look Back at the Remington 700

Arguably the most popular bolt-action rifle ever made, the Model 700 traces its lineage back...

Modern Bullets in Lever-Gun Cartridges

Advances in bullet design have stretched the performance envelope for lever-action rifles.

Remington's Model 700: The First 50 Years

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

The Super Thirty: Holland & Holland’s .300 Mag.

The .300 H&H Mag. is still a popular round on the Dark Continent.

Winchester Super-X Power-Core 95/5

Now it’s possible to get “premium”-grade deer hunting performance at a reasonable price.

What About the Other 6 mms?

One of America’s most popular cartridges is the .243 Win., however, the 6 mm Rem....

All Business: The .458 Lott

The .458 Lott is a task-specific cartridge made for the business of taking on the...