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Ruger Mini-14 Carbine Exploded View

The .223 (5.56 mm) Mini-14 resembles the U.S. M14 rifle in appearance and incorporates the Garand rotating bolt principle.

Ruger M77 Rifle Exploded View

In 1967 Sturm, Ruger & Co. made the first of its M77 center-fire rifles that remained in full production until 1991. They have now been supplanted in Ruger's line by the evolutionary M77 Mark IIs that have a three-position safety selector mounted beside the bolt sleeve in lieu of the M77's tang safety.

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.

Where Have All The Primers Gone?

As outlets begin to "ration" the sale of primers, we explore the current phenomenon of the great demand for ammunition.

Good Night, Knight Rifles

After 24 years in business, the muzzleloader company closes its doors.

CZ-USA VZ 58 Military Sporter

Civilian version of a Cold War classic.

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.

Barrett 98 Bravo

A closer look at the Barrett 98 Bravo.

Remington 700 VTR

Remington's Varmint/Tactical Rifle provides accuracy without the weight.

FN's SCAR: A Cut Above

The new selective-fire SCAR rifle platform from FN represents the most sophisticated solution to date for the requirements of America’s unconventional warriors.

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