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Savage Partners with the Canadian University Shooting Foundation

Savage Arms announced it will sponsor the Canadian University Shooting Foundation, which sustains competitive shooting sports between Canadian universities and colleges.

Ruger Mini-30: The 7.62x39 mm Mini-14

First introduced when large stocks of 7.62x39 mm ammunition became available in the U.S. Market, Ruger's Mini-30 continues to be a popular choice, blending the Mini-14 with the power of the Russian .30-cal. cartridge.  

Winchester Aids Scholastic Clay Target Program

Winchester will continue to serve as the official ammunition sponsor of the Scholastic Clay Target Program through 2024.

ArmaLite AR-18: The Forgotten AR

Developed off the 7.62 NATO AR-16, the ArmaLite AR-18 was an inventive 5.56 NATO assault rifle much like the firm's famous AR-15, and though over shadowed, its short-stroke gas piston system has inspired many current generation designs.

Gun Companies Seeking New Hires

There are a number of job opening currently in the firearm industry at several large manufacturers.

The G43X: Glock's Expanded-Capacity CCW Pistol

Since Glock launched the compact G43 series back in 2015, it has come out with a slightly larger, yet still slimline, version with a 10-round capacity, the G43X.

U.S. Government Halts Permit Approvals For Russian Ammo

The United States Department of State imposed a new restriction on Aug. 20 that halts the approval of import permits for Russian-made ammunition.

Bergara B-14: A Precision Bolt Gun For A Bargain

Since 2015, the Bergara B-14 line of bolt-action rifles has gained popularity for both its quality craftsmanship and reasonable price tag.

True Velocity Composite-Cased Ammo Now Commercially Available

True Velocity now offers its composite-cased .308 Win. ammunition, developed for U.S. military’s Next Generation Squad Weapon Program, to the civilian market.

Browning T-Bolt: A Straight-Pull Rimfire Rifle

Straight-pull bolt-action rifles have long garnered curiously and praise from enthusiasts, and Browning's T-bolt rimfire rifle introduced in 1965 is no exception and is available again today after a 30-year pause.

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