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Federal Premium Terminal Ascent: One Bullet To Rule Them All?

In its Terminal Ascent load, Federal Premium has taken the lessons learned from developing other projectiles and put them into one hunting bullet.

Ruger No. 1

More than 50 years after its introduction, as more bolt guns and semi-auto black rifles seem to sprout from every major manufacturer in the industry, the Ruger No. 1 is still in production, cementing that at least for some, there’s more to shooting and hunting than technological progress.

Gun of the Week: Ruger No. 1

American Hunter's Jon Draper takes a closer look at our latest Gun of the Week, the Ruger No. 1.

300 AAC Blackout Model Seven

In 1994, Advanced Armament Corporation arrived on the scene with the manufacture of state-of-the-art silencers. Now the company also has its hands in the ammunition and rifle business. One of AAC's first rifles is the latest AmericanRifleman.org Gunf the Week: The 300 AAC Blackout Model Seven.

Winchester SXP Field

Autoloaders have been around for over 100 years. For most people, they’re faster and easier with follow-up shots. Surely an auto trumps any pump on the range or in the field, right? Well, that all depends on who you ask—and more importantly—the gun in question.

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