Winchester Model 70 Long Range MB

Review: Winchester Model 70 Long Range MB

It is not uncommon for useful technical improvements in one arena to be adopted by and integrated into another. Materials and manufacturing processes originally devised for the aerospace industry are now commonly used to manufacture firearms.

Review: Ruger LCP MAX

Although Sturm, Ruger & Co. was one of the last major manufacturers to “super-size” the capacity of its compact 9 mm Luger offering, it is one of the first to apply the popular staggered-stack magazine technology to a pistol chambered in .380 ACP.

H&K’s SL8: A G36 For American Sport Shooters

Despite concessions required to make it conform to misguided American legislation governing imported semi-automatic rifles, Heckler & Koch’s SL8-6 preserves the essence of Germany’s most distinctive modern tactical rifle: the vaunted G36.

Review: POF-USA Rogue

As a .308 Win.-chambered carbine built on an AR-15-length receiver set, the Patriot Ordnance Factory’s Rogue boiled-down concept is intended to benefit hunters, our findings consider it to be a formidable a defensive arm as well.

The .204 Ruger: History & Performance

Created as a collaboration by Hornady and Ruger to deliver a light recoiling and flat shooting rifle cartridge for varmint hunters, the .204 Ruger has a relatively short history but plenty of performance as explored by Dave Campbell.

High Power Redux: EAA’s Girsan MCP35

Interest in the High Power is booming right now, and EAA’s new version is among the least expensive ways to get into the platform—while still being quite the performer.

Review: Stoeger STR-9S Combat

Made by Benelli’s Stoeger Silah factory in Turkey, the STR-9S Combat builds on the Optic Ready model by adding a threaded barrel, high-profile sights, a flat trigger and a flared magazine well.

Perfecting Long-Range Shooting Inside 100 Yards

As fun and competitive long-range shooting is, not everyone has consistent access to long shooting ranges. Despite that, you can still build your long range shooting skills at 100 yards.

Review: Zastava USA M91

By the 1990s, Zastava Arms—formerly the Yugoslavian national arsenal and now located in the country of Serbia—began designing an updated version of the M76. While it uses a long-stroke design, the new rifle, called the M91, differs by using a stamped-steel receiver and firing the 7.62x54 mm R cartridge.

Review: Taurus 1911 Officer

For the first decade of production, Taurus stuck with full-size “Government Model” M1911s before expanding its lineup in 2018 to include more compact models as well. Here we examine the latter, the 1911 Officer

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