Remington Model 40X Target Rifle Exploded View
The Remington Model 40X small-bore target rifle was introduced in 1955. Chambered for the cal. .22 long rifle cartridge, the Model 40X is of single-shot type with speed-lock firing mechanism. The bolt has 2 large locking lugs. The upper lug engages the forward edge of the receiver bridge, whereas the lower lug is housed in a mortise cut into the bottom of the receiver.
Review: Remington Model 700 XCR Compact Tactical
This rifle shoots every bit as good as it looks, and for a Model 700 fan like me, it’s a combination that’s hard to resist.
Remington: Commemorating 200 Years
The “Big Green” isn’t going to let the opportunity to celebrate 200 years of gunmaking slip by—let’s face it, this is the first time an American gunmaker has reached the two-century mark.
Tonight on American Rifleman TV: The Men and Guns of the Pacific, Part 1; Ruger American Pistol
Our special presentation of “The Men and Guns of the Pacific War” takes Field Editor Marty Morgan and our camera crew to the American battlefields that started with the infamous attack at Pearl Harbor 75 years ago on December 7, 1941.
A Boyds in the Hand Worth Two in the Brush?
The author was contemplating what to do with a rifle that’s never lived up to expectations--and then he found the Boyds At-One gunstock.