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Thompson/Center Dimension

The Dimension allows hunters to purchase one rifle in one caliber and outfit it for nine other calibers with the purchase of extra barrels.

Sneak Peek: Wby X

Get a closer look at the recently unveiled Wby X line from Weatherby.

Gun of the Week: Thompson/Center Dimension

Gun of the Week: Thompson/Center Dimension

Thompson/Center Dimension

The idea of a switch-barrel rifle sounds interesting, right? It’s an intriguing thought for most riflemen and women, but typically the setback is the cost of the second barrel. Thompson/Center’s Dimension bolt-action may eliminate that issue: its list price is only $699; additional barrels are just $199.

I Have This Old Gun: Remington Model 700

In 1962, the Model 700 was introduced by Remington, sporting clean lines and strong construction, setting the pattern for sporting bolt-action rifles.

Kimber's Mountain Ascent

Kimber designers and engineers shaved weight from the bolt-action Model 84 to produce the Mountain Ascent-a rifle hunters will joyfully carry uphill. But the good news is that the gun has everything that counts when it comes to performance.

Review: 2015 Chevrolet Colorado

The Chevrolet Colorado is a mid-size pickup that originally was outfitted with an inline five-cylinder gasoline engine, a power plant that didn’t garner many fans.

Bushnell Introduces Three Brand New Optics Lines

Bushnell has launched three completely new lines of sport optics: Forge, Nitro and Prime riflescopes, binoculars, spotting scopes and laser rangefinders.

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