CZ Rifle

CZ Re-Invents Its Approach To The Bolt-Action Rifle

Long revered for its somewhat Euro-centric bolt-gun designs, CZ has revamped its line, now offering American shooters models that compete directly with the most modern examples on the market.

CZ's Classic 452: History & Performance

Though discontinued and replaced with the model 455, CZ's ZKM 452 will forever be known as a classic rimfire in the annals of firearm history.

Howa's Model 1500: A Value-Driven Turn-Bolt Rifle

In 1959 Japanese manufacturer Howa Machinery imported its first bolt-action hunting rifle stateside in limited numbers. Today, through its U.S. importer Legacy Sports Int'l, there is no shortage of chamberings, stocks, barrel lengths and configurations from which to choose in the Howa Model 1500 lineup. Each come with a lifetime warranty and sub-moa guarantee.

The Boys Anti-Tank Rifle In U.S. Service

The Boys rifle saw service with U.S. Marine Raiders during the Makin Island Raid of Aug. 17 and 18, 1942. “Carlson’s Raiders” used their Boys rifles to dispatch two Japanese float planes. It was likely an unenviable task to lug the massive bolt-action through the jungle.

Savage Arms Model 110: Nicholas Brewer's Legacy

In 1956 Savage Arms launched an ambitious project—creating a new bolt-action rifle built for longevity and reliability, one the company could offer at an affordable price. Add the requirement that it also needed to be accurate, and designer Nicolas Brewer faced with a formidable task.

Review: Christensen Arms Ridgeline Scout

Christensen Arms of Gunnison, Utah, released its own interpretation of the scout rifle platform, known as the Ridgeline Scout, with a few noteworthy variations on the scout theme. Thanks to the abundant use of carbon fiber, it is among the lighter models in this category, with listed unloaded weights starting at 5 lbs., 14 ozs.

Preview: Kelbly’s Nanook MG Rifle

The Nanook MG, a long-range hunting rifle, features Kelbly’s lightweight Nanook action and is available in .300 PRC, .300 Norma Mag. and .338 Lapua Mag.

Review: Christensen Arms Ranger 22 Rifle

Built off the same principles that go into the company's larger centerfire rifles, the Christensen Arms Ranger 22 offers both light weight and accuracy while also being compatible with some Ruger 10/22 components.

The Remington Model 7: A Lightweight Legacy Rifle

Since its introduction in 1983, the bolt-action Remington Model 7 gained favor with sportsmen for its low weight and wide range of chamberings.

The Ward-Burton Rifle: America's First Military Bolt-Action

During the U.S. military’s search for a breechloading rifle design in the years after the Civil War, America’s first military bolt-action was deemed both novel and sometimes dangerous.

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