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NRA Gun of the Week: Nosler M48 Bolt-Action Handgun

Watch as American Rifleman's Brian Sheetz delves into a bolt-action handgun chambered for 22 Nosler.

Handloads: .270 Winchester

Always searching for a step up in performance, I couldn’t help but notice that the Alliant Powder Reloader’s Guide (alliantpowder.com) lists some impressive velocities for the .270 Win. firing 150-gr. bullets handloaded using Reloder 26—Nosler Partitions, Sierra GameKings and Speer BTSP 150-gr. bullets managing slightly more than 3000 f.p.s.

Tonight on American Rifleman TV: Making Nosler Rifles; Taurus TX22; Czech Vz.52 Pistol

The American Rifleman TV crew wraps up its west coast tour with a visit to Nosler headquarters in Bend, Ore., to check out its expanding rifle lineup.

An Old Friend: The Ruger No. 3 Rifle

If you have been acquiring guns for any length of time, you probably have one or two that are OK, but you have since found something newer that tickled your fancy.

Product Preview: Berger EOL Elite Hunter Bullets

For handloaders interested in upping their lethality in the field, Berger has partnered with Extreme Outer Limits TV to release its Elite Hunter Bullets in 6.5 mm.

Top 5 Reasons To Shop For ARs Right Now

Take advantage of the wide variety of AR platforms, accessories and magazines at great prices while they last.

The Little Savage: .250-3000

After a century, the sun is setting on the .250-3000 Savage. Many decades ago, though, the Savage cartridge was extremely popular and chambered in a variety of rifles, from bolt-actions, such as the Winchester Models 54 and 70, to the lever-action Savage 99—the rifle to which the cartridge is most often linked.

70 Years of the Nosler Partition

It all started with one moose. Hit right, it didn’t go down—which sent John A. Nosler on a journey to make a better bullet. We know it today as the Nosler Partition.

2018 American Rifleman Golden Bullseye Awards

And the envelope, please … . Now in its 16th year, the NRA Publications Division’s Golden Bullseye Awards, selected by American Rifleman’s editors, represent the best in innovation and value within the firearm industry.

Latest Loads: 6.5 mm Creedmoor For Hunters

While newfangled, high-ballistic-coefficient, “long-range” bullets have seized the attention of various media outlets in recent years, the reality is that it’s the tried-and-true designs, such as Nosler’s Ballistic Tip Hunting, that fill the majority of hunters’ tags each fall.

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