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The Birmingham Small Arms Story

The great gunmaking name of Birmingham Small Arms just refuses to go away. Thanks to a partnership with Arizona Airguns, guns bearing the BSA name are available in the U.S.

The Variable-Power Optic: History & Performance

When it comes to riflescopes, variable-power units have become almost ubiquitous. To better understand variable scopes—and how to use them properly—you need to know how they work.

The Ruger American Rifle: A Budget Friendly Bolt Action

Since its introduction a decade ago, the Ruger American rifle line has grown both in popularity as well as the number of models available.

Rifleman Q&A: Number Of Turns To Focus A Scope?

From the archives of American Rifleman, read about ocular-ring adjustments on riflescopes from the July 2004 magazine.

Preview: GPO Spectra 6X Riflescopes

German Precision Optics announced the launch of six new riflescopes designed to meet the demands of American hunters.

Review: EOTech Vudu 5-25X Riflescope

One of the hottest trends in firearms is long-range rifle shooting. Due to its popularity, innovative products have entered the market, providing shooters with the tools they need to make hits at previously unheard-of distances.

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: Leupold VX-3HD Riflescopes

Leupold announced an all-new lineup of riflescopes for 2021. The VX-3HD line gives hunters everything they need in a dedicated field optic.

Branching Out: Trijicon's Expansive Riflescope Lineup

Best known for advanced optics such as the ACOG, VCOG and RMR, Trijicon has waded into standard riflescopes in a big way with six new lines of variable-power riflescopes in traditional formats.

6.8 mm Western: Winchester Charges Ahead

The Winchester 6.8 mm Western cartridge uses the longest and heaviest projectiles ever designed for the .277 caliber – while fitting in short actions – resulting in unprecedented efficiency in the field.

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