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How To Be A Precision Shooter

Maj. John Plaster dispels the notion that precision shooting requires a high cost of entry and demonstrates that even those on a budget can partake with the right setup, practice and expectations.

Preview: TexMagBox Ammo Cans

TexMagBox offers high-quality, USGI-grade ammo cans in multiple sizes, complete with foam liners to secure your rifle magazines.

The .22 LR: History & Performance

While the .22 Long Rifle wasn't the first self-contained metallic cartridge, it's one of the oldest rounds in existence, and it remains popular today.

A Look Back at the ArmaLite AR-7 Explorer

In this overview we take a look at a storied survival rifle design from the genius of Eugene Stoner, The ArmaLite Rifle 7, or AR-7.

Built for a 2,000-Yard Beatdown: Hornady's 300 PRC Goes the Distance

Starting with a McRees Precision chassis and other premium components, the author's 300 PRC build does Hornady's new match load justice.

The Underappreciated .32 Magnums

The choice of carry handgun is often a trade-off between size, ammunition capacity and terminal effectiveness. So which is more important—expansion or penetration?

Product Preview: MTM Case-Gard Metal Ammo Can Tray

The Metal Ammo Can Tray, from MTM Case-Gard, is a new solution for stacking, storing and carrying traditional metal military ammunition cans.

Back to Basics: Keeping Your Rimfire Running

Whether you are a plinker, a small-game hunter or sophisticated target shooter, keeping your firearm running is a top priority—or it should be. Here are a few tips on keeping your rimfire gun running.

Lever-Actions for Personal Defense

Lever-action rifles and carbines were originally designed as fighting guns and they still serve that purpose very well.

Wiley Clapp: Check Your Brass

If I had one cent—just a penny—for every piece of brass I have picked up off of one range or another, I would be able to buy a new truck (and I have expensive tastes in trucks).

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