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What About the Other 6 mms?

One of America’s most popular cartridges is the .243 Win., however, the 6 mm Rem. and .240 Wby. Mag. actually deliver better ballistics.

An American Favorite: The .243 Winchester

Countless young hunters shoot rifles chambered in .243 Win. to take untold numbers of big game, despite assertions from big-bore advocates that the .243 is marginal, at best, for smaller big-game animals. How do they do it?

Hornady CUSTOMLite .243 Win. Ammunition

Hornady's reduced-recoil CUSTOMLite .243 Win. ammunition is a good option for new and recoil-intolerant shooters.

Sequel: The 6 mm Creedmoor

Seldom is the sequel better than the original, but the new 6 mm Creedmoor—based on the 6.5 mm Creedmoor—might succeed without needing any help from its big brother.

Latest Loads: .243 Win.

Low cost doesn’t necessarily equate to lousy performance.

Tested: Henry Repeating Arms Long Ranger

Henry’s modernization of the lever rifle will help keep it a viable option for hunters far into the 21st century.

Editors’ Picks 2018: Henry Single Shot Rifle

Henry has brought back one of the simplest ideas in long arms with its line of Single Shot Rifles.

Editors’ Picks 2018: Franchi Momentum Rifle

Franchi is forging a new path by entering the bolt-action rifle market, and doing so in style.

Performance Center Introduces T/C Long Range Rifle

Performance Center and Thompson/Center Arms has announced the launch of a new bolt-action, chassis-style rifle—the Performance Center T/C Long Range Rifle (LRR).

Tested: Nemesis Arms Valkyrie Rifle

Erroneous assumptions abound regarding specific firearm designs. Takedown rifles, for example, are often panned as being inherently inconsistent, and thus deemed inaccurate.

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