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Accuracy Matters with Les Baer’s Tactical Recon

Les Baer has returned to bolt-actions with two highly accurate rifles.

The Military Model 70

The Model 70 never saw significant use by the U.S. military.

The Remington 783

The Remington 783 is a budget-conscious bolt-action rifle that shoots m.o.a. groups at a price that brings back memories of the 700 from 20 years ago.

Deer Camp Design: Remington's Model 783

The latest Remington bolt-action rifle is affordable, accurate and modern, but the Model 783’s design started with ideas formed by a group of hunters-who also happen to be executives at America’s oldest gunmaker.

Rimfires for the Next Generation

Following on the success of its affordable center-fire American Rifle, Ruger has invigorated the .22 LR and .22 WMR long-gun markets with its American Rimfires. And, yes, they use the company’s excellent rotary magazines.

German Resurgence: Mauser 12 and Sauer 101

Haven’t heard much about new German bolt-action hunting rifles recently? That’s because there haven’t been many. But stalwarts Mauser and Sauer each have one and, perhaps not surprisingly, both are accurate and innovative.

A Look Back at the Remington 700

Arguably the most popular bolt-action rifle ever made, the Model 700 traces its lineage back to the 1917 Enfield.

Weatherby Vanguard Series 2 Back Country

Among 2013’s additions to the revamped Weatherby Vanguard was a lightweight reintroduction of a model for which hunters from mountainous regions clamored: the Back Country.

ARTV: Making the Weatherby Mark V

In this 2012 ARTV segment, Aaron Carter visits the Weatherby plant in Paso Robles, Calif., to see how the renowned Mark V rifle is built.

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