An orange-jacketed hunter walks through snowy woods carrying a wood-stocked Savage 334 bolt-action rifle at his side.

New For 2023: Savage Stevens 334 Bolt-Action Rifle

Savage Arms brought back an affordable rifle to the Stevens lineup with the 334, which is available in several popular chamberings and can be had with either a synthetic or walnut stock.

Preview: Browning Ammunition Silver Series

For decades, a popular projectile option for hunters has been the classic soft-point bullet, and Browning has updated that design with its Silver Series.

Browning AB3 Line: Affordable, Capable Bolt-Actions

Browning has maintained its lineup of AB3 bolt-action rifles since its 2014 SHOT Show introduction, providing enthusiasts and hunters alike with a value-driven, budget-friendly rifle platform.

Rifleman Q&A: Reloading Issues With Expander Plug

Read this 'Questions & Answers' column from the American Rifleman archives for handloading techniques for wildcat sizing cartridge sizing.

The Beginner Deer Rifle: AR Versus Budget Bolt Action

Follow Jeremiah Knupp as he sets up two rifles, a budget friendly bolt action and a 7.62x39 mm AR-15, to see the strengths and weaknesses of each as a beginner's deer rifle.

Winchester Super-X Turns 100

Since 1921, Winchester’s Super-X brand has provided hunters and sport shooters with dedicated, dependable loads for rifles and shotguns. To commemorate its centenary, Winchester is offering seven cartridge options packaged in retro-style boxes.

Loading Bench: 6 mm Remington

The 6 mm Remington has been a big part of John Haviland's life for almost half a century. Here's where it came from and what it can do.

Winchester Celebrates 100th Anniversary Of Super-X

Winchester is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its Super-X cartridge family with a number of retro offerings styled like the company's 1920s ammo boxes.

Review: Sauer 404 Synchro XTC Rifle

With a carbon fiber stock and interchangeable barrel system, the Sauer 404 Synchro XTC is both light and adaptable to many configurations based on user needs.

Reloading the .243 Winchester

We have all heard the old saying, “beware of the hunter with only one gun.” My guess is that it started with a guy shooting a .243 Winchester.

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