Southern Vermont

2023 Southern Vermont Primitive Biathlon

You won’t be seeing any exotic bolt-actions chambered in .22 LR winning Olympic gold if you attend the Southern Vermont Primitive Biathlon and Winter Shoot, which takes place February 11-12 at Skinner Hollow Farm in Manchester, Vt.

Preview: Browning X-Bolt Target Max

Browning has optimized its X-Bolt for 2023 and long-range target shooting with the new X-Bolt Target Max. With all the right upgrades for top-tier performance, this latest X-Bolt iteration is ideally suited for competitive shooting right out of the box.

BUL Armory's SAS II: A Hybrid 1911 Design From Israel

With three decades of experience under its belt and an unwavering focus on detail, Israel-based BUL Armory offers its SAS II hybrid M1911 pistol with a wide range of options to choose from, whether it be for competition or defensive work.

Preview: GG&G Mossberg 930 Side Saddle Shell Holder

GG&G produces a line of high-quality side-saddle shell holders—compatible with many popular 12-ga. shotgun platforms—that allow an additional half-dozen shotshells to be carried conveniently on the side of the firearm.

Savage Renegauge: Diversifying The Portfolio

Having met the desired result with utilitarian hunting models, Savage Arms has extended its Renegauge shotgun line with the planned, purpose-specific Competition and Security.

Preview: Mec-Gar CZ 75B Competition Mags

Mec-Gar’s CZ 75B Competition magazines build off the company’s previous 17-round configuration with the addition of an extended aluminum floorplate that provides capacity for two extra rounds.

Rifleman Q&A: Flush-Seating Wadcutters

It is necessary to flush-seat the wadcutter bullet in the .38 case when reloading for the S&W Model 52. But is this procedure more accurate than conventional overall-length bullet seating when using the cartridge in revolvers?

Are Pistol Iron Sights Destined For Extinction? 7 Experts Answer

Nearly every major manufacturer offers optics-ready handguns, and it’s convinced some that pistol iron sights are destined for extinction. We asked seven of the industry’s foremost if they’re indeed on the endangered species list. Even they can’t come to a consensus.

NRA Foundation Grants $252,000 For Ammo To USA Shooting

The NRA Foundation Board of Trustees has approved a $252,000 grant for USA Shooting to purchase the specific shotshells used by the National Team, National Development Team and National Junior Team.

2022 Rifle Of The Year: Ruger 10/22 Competition Rifle Left-Handed Model

Now in their 20th year, the Golden Bullseye Awards are chosen annually to recognize the firearm industry’s best new offerings. Here is this year’s winners as selected by the editors of “The World’s Oldest And Largest Firearm Authority.”

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