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NRA Gun of the Week: SIG Sauer CROSS

On this week’s “Gun of the Week” video preview, American Rifleman staff tell about the CROSS, a U.S.-made hybrid bolt-action rifle from SIG Sauer.

Review: Mossberg Patriot LR Hunter

O.F. Mossberg & Sons attempts to cut the competition by affording enthusiasts its long-range capable and feature-rich bolt-action chambered in 6.5 mm PRC.

NRA Gun of the Week: Browning X-Bolt Pro McMillan Long Range

On this “Gun of the Week” video preview American Rifleman staff examine a purpose-built bolt-action rifle from Browning that features McMillan’s Game Scout Stock and comes chambered for .280 Ackley Improved, a once wildcat cartridge designed for flat, long-range performance.

NRA Gun of the Week: Springfield Armory 2020 Waypoint

On this week’s “Gun of the Week” video preview American Rifleman staff take to the range Springfield Armory’s bolt-action hunting rifle in 6.5 Creedmoor.

NRA Gun of the Week: Winchester XPR Renegade Long Range SR

On this week’s “Gun of the Week” preview American Rifleman staff take to the range a long-range and suppressor-ready bolt-action from Winchester.

New for 2020: Escort 22LR Bolt-Action Rifle

Check out this all-new 22LR bolt-action rifle from Escort, a subsidiary of Hatsan USA.

A Look Back at the Weatherby Rifle

While businesses evolve with marketplace changes, Weatherby adapts modern demands to a remarkably successful product line.

Savage Announces the 110 APEX Hunter XP Rifle

Savage has introduced the ready-to-hunt 110 APEX Hunter XP, which pairs a Model 110 rifle with a 3-9x40 mm Vortex Crossfire II scope, and comes mounted and bore-sighted.

Tonight on American Rifleman TV: Rock River Arms; Remington 870 DM Shotgun; Russian SKS Carbine

Tune in as American Rifleman TV gets an inside look at Rock River Arms. "Rifleman Review" looks at the Remington 870 DM Shotgun; "I Have This Old Gun" is the Russian SKS Carbine.

Bargain Hunting Rifles

You can pick up a hunting rifle from four of the biggest names in riflemaking for around $300. Sure, that’s a great price, but is it really a bargain? You might be surprised.

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