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FN-49: The Last Old-School Battle Rifle

The Fabrique Nationale FN-49 was one of the last military rifles made of forged, blued steel and walnut the old-school way. Today, they are favorites among shooters and collectors alike.

The Model 1903 National Match Rifle: A Peerless Precision Shooter

The Model 1903 Springfield is arguably the most accurate off-the-shelf service rifle ever produced. And if the ’03 was intrinsically accurate, the ’03 National Match, painstakingly produced by the Springfield Armory from 1921 to 1940, was superlative.

Barnaul Ammunition: Budget-Friendly Rounds from Russia

Barnaul allows American shooters to cut costs with this affordably priced steel-case ammunition. How does it shoot? Here's what we found.

M1 Garand Reloading With Modern Components & Tools

Many who load for the M1 Garand use traditional powders, bullets and cases. What happens if you use cutting-edge materials and tools? Find out here.

The Keefe Report: The M1 Garand's Legacy

From its introduction, American Rifleman has covered the M1 Garand from many angles. Editor-in-Chief Mark Keefe discusses the legacy of this iconic battle rifle.

New for 2020: Savage Arms AXIS II Precision

Savage Arms expanded its popular, affordable AXIS II rifle lineup with an all-new Precision rifle that makes long-range shooting even more accessible to the budget-minded.

SIG Sauer Adds .30-06 Sprg. to Elite Match Ammunition Line

Featuring a 175-gr. Sierra MatchKing bullet, the SIG Sauer .30-'06 Sprg. Win Open Tip Match (OTM) round has a muzzle velocity of 2,700 f.p.s. with a muzzle energy of 2,833 ft.-lbs.

SIG Sauer Adds .243 Win. and .30-06 Sprg. Elite Hunting Ammunition Line

These rounds feature an all-copper bullet for deep penetration, and aim to produce 1.8x diameter expansion.

Winchester Announces WWII Victory Series Ammunition

As we close in on the 73rd anniversary of VJ Day, and total Allied victory in World War II, Winchester has released a new series of one-of-a-kind collectible cartridges called “WWII Victory Series Ammunition.”

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