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NRA Gun of the Week: Browning X-Bolt Pro McMillan Long Range

On this “Gun of the Week” video preview American Rifleman staff examine a purpose-built bolt-action rifle from Browning that features McMillan’s Game Scout Stock and comes chambered for .280 Ackley Improved, a once wildcat cartridge designed for flat, long-range performance.

Home Of The Crickett: Keystone Arms Factory Tour

Follow American Rifleman contributor Frank Melloni as he goes behind the scenes at Keystone Arms to see the process in which the rimfire Crickett rifle is made.

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.

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.

Browning X-Bolt: The Short-Throw Three-Lug Browning Bolt Action

Since its release in 2008, Browing's X-Bolt bolt action rifle design has grown to include 30 different versions available in five different barrel lengths, with 10 chambering to choose from.

New for 2021: CZ 457 LRP

CZ USA expanded its 457 rifle lineup with a precision-oriented model that's purpose-built for today's long-range rimfire competitions. The CZ 457 LRP is loaded with the features you need to excel at distance.

Rifleman Review: Winchester XPR Hunter Vias

Watch this American Rifleman Television segment of Rifleman Review from 2019 to learn more about the Winchester XPR Hunter Vias bolt-action rifle.

New for 2021: PROOF Research MDT Chassis Rifle

PROOF Research teamed up with Modular Driven Technologies to develop a chassis rifle that's designed to excel in long-range competition.

The Ruger American Rifle: A Budget Friendly Bolt Action

Since its introduction a decade ago, the Ruger American rifle line has grown both in popularity as well as the number of models available.

The L42A1: A Sniper Rifle To Remember

For most of the 20th century, Lee-Enfield rifles were the backbone of the British army. The last British service Lee was the L42A1 sniping rifle. Built on the World War II No.4(T), the reliable and accurate L42A1 was retired in the early 1990s.

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