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Lighten Up: The Story Of Ultra Light Arms

A man and his dream go from success to disaster and back to success.

Dynamic Duo - Barnes and ICC

The latest variation of the venerable X-Bullet design, the Barnes TTSX, offers the best of the company's previous products all in one projectile.

Sako 85 Rifle Review

Sako 85 Rifle Review

Browning Left-Hand X-Bolt Hunter

Although the gun’s lineage can be traced to the company’s BBR and A-Bolt, the X-Bolt stands on its own as the next-generation Browning bolt-action.

Deer Camp Design: Remington's Model 783

The latest Remington bolt-action rifle is affordable, accurate and modern, but the Model 783’s design started with ideas formed by a group of hunters-who also happen to be executives at America’s oldest gunmaker.

Blaser Re-engineers the Thumbhole Stock

The innovative Blaser R8 hunting rifle now can be had in a thumbhole stock that's comfortable and great for trigger control, yet handles smoothly in the field.

Selecting An AR

The infinitely variable AR rifle is the most flexible firearm platform available to hunters and shooters alike. But what features do you need? What buttstock or barrel length? Which chambering or optic? It all depends on your rifle’s intended role.

Rigby Big Game Rifle

The saga of the Rigby Big Game rifle has taken remarkable twists since Aug. 29, 1912, the day Col. Sir Aubrey Woolls Sampson, hero of the Anglo-Boer wars, took delivery of the first of the famed dangerous-game guns.

A State-of-the-Art Hunting Rifle—Circa 1960

One hunter’s favorite gun from more than a half century ago, a Mauser in the .30-338 wildcat, speaks volumes about how far the sporting rifle has progressed—and how much it has stayed the same.

SHOT Show 2017: Barrett Fieldcraft Bolt-Action Rifle

The Tennessee-based company has done it yet again at SHOT Show 2017 with the announcement of the Fieldcraft, a lightweight, bolt-action hunting rifle.

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