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Shooting for Less

With the current shortage of ammunition and components and their increased prices, getting extra time on the range is more difficult and costly. Following the author’s guidelines can help.

An American Favorite: The .243 Winchester

Countless young hunters shoot rifles chambered in .243 Win. to take untold numbers of big game, despite assertions from big-bore advocates that the .243 is marginal, at best, for smaller big-game animals. How do they do it?

The Enduring .35 Remington

Once a staple of “woods” whitetail deer hunters, today there are few new rifles being chambered in .35 Rem. John Haviland takes a look back, and a glace forward, at this iconic rifle chambering.

The .300 Winchester Magnum

The .300 Winchester Magnum was not the first, and is certainly not the last, large-capacity cartridge to fire .30-cal. bullets.

Loading The Versatile .308 Winchester

The .308 Winchester provides middle-of-the-road ballistic performance, yet produces first-rate utility.

A New Rifle and Loads For The .22-250 Remington

For handloaders, part of the pleasure of a new rifle is developing handloads that maximize its effectiveness in the roles for which it was purchased.

Get A Grip On Lever-Action Accuracy

Traditional lever guns are often dismissed for being less accurate than bolt-actions. With the right loads and a few simple tips, however, they are more than up to the task of putting meat on the table.

Remembering the .375 Winchester Cartridge

Although over the years a lot of dirt has been shoveled on the cartridge for various reasons, the author is still singing its praises.

Getting to the Bottom of Grooved Bullets

The grooves cut around the shank of many of today’s bullets solve the problems associated with single-metal bullets constructed entirely of copper, gilding metal or brass and some bullets with a lead core bonded to a copper-alloy jacket and solid shank.

The Continuous .270 Cartridge

Certain rifle cartridges come and stay, while others fade away. The .270 Winchester has been a sought after cartridge since it was introduced way back in 1925.

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