Nosler, Inc. announced a new program, involving 22 custom Model 48 rifles, which is aimed at raising awareness and funds for American veterans and their families.
My father owned a 6.5x55 mm Krag Jorgensen—a so-called “boy’s carbine”—designed for rifle training in the Norwegian high schools in the early 1900s. He used this gun for hunting and target shooting. My favorite thing was to show off this gun to my friends and show how to take it apart.
A reader inquires about stock configurations for M1903 and M1903A1 Springfield bolt-action rifles.
As the sport of competitive rimfire continues to grab hold, more manufacturers are offering .22 rifles capable of superb precision. Many times, these guns mimic centerfire platforms to provide the shooter with an affordable means of training, as was the case for Bergara’s .22 Long Rifle-chambered B-14R and its centerfire B-14 HMR counterpart.
Watch this video preview to learn about a long-range-capable rifle designed for hunting and target shooting and built on Winchester's legendary action, the Model 70.
On this week's "Gun of the Week" video preview, American Rifleman is on the range with a bolt-action rifle from Franchi USA with dedicated features for varmint shooting.