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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.

Shooting and Loading the Hornady 6.5 Creedmoor

The debut of a new target cartridge is a rare event. In 2008, Hornady Mfg. Co. added the 6.5 Creedmoor to that select group.

Kimber Target Match

A 1911 that boasts reliability and accuracy never before possible.

Para USA TTR Preview

Para USA TTR Preview

Para USA Tactical Target Rifle

Para’s signature entry into the AR rifle market.

Para USA: Coming to America

Para USA goes beyond innovation with both classic firearms and designs all its own.

Target Shooting Grows in Popularity

Approximately 34 million Americans participated in the shooting sports.

Beretta Gyrfalcon Rifle

From the Dope Bag Archives: Beretta Gyrfalcon Rifle, March 1960.

MC-3: The First Upside Down Gun

Even after being banned from international competition in 1956, production of the revolutionary MC-3 continued in Russia.

PARA Exits Tactical Rifle Market

This is a story about guns and motorcycles, but it has nothing to do with the Hell’s Angels’. It’s a story about a rifle that begins in the last century in Aldo’s Harley-Davidson shop in Massachusetts and, now, ends another chapter at PARA USA’s factory in North Carolina.

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