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Rifleman Q&A: M1903 vs. M1903A1 Rifles

I’ve seen references to an M1903A1 rifle. I’ve looked around at a bunch of gun shows, and I have not found a rifle marked “M1903A1.” How does that variant differ from a standard M1903 rifle?

The Winchester Model 70 Story

Developed off the design of the M1917 after World War I and unveiled in 1936, Winchester's Model 70 has become so iconic that it has earned the nickname of "the rifleman's rifle."

The Remington Model 700 Story

Spurred by a surplus of tooling and supply of World War I-era M1917 production, Remington made its own commercial sporting rifle from the design, which eventually matured into the Model 700. Today, it's still one of the most used bolt-action rifles in America.

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.

RemArms, AG Composites Partnering On New Model 700 Alpha 1

Remington Model 870 pump-action shotgun inventories are finally re-filling, and a press release issued by AG Composites this week indicates a new RemArms bolt-action rifle may be next.

Montana Rifle Company Returning In 2023?

The company's Model 1999 receiver, with its Mauser-style controlled-round-feed system of operation, laid the firm’s foundation solidly on performance, timeless function and looks to match. After closing its doors in early 2020, it appears the manufacturer is on the verge of making a comeback.

New For 2022: Savage Arms Impulse Mountain Hunter

Savage Arms expands its well-regarded Impulse line of straight-pull, bolt-action rifles with the introduction of the new Impulse Mountain Hunter.

Barrett: 40 Years Of .50-Caliber Authority

When it comes to big guns, American exceptionalism and divine intervention, nothing beats the story of how Ronnie Barrett and company became the world’s foremost supplier of long-range, military-grade small arms.

Did Your Broker Recommend Buying A Mosin-Nagant?

Russia’s Mosin-Nagant Model 1891, and its derivatives, became an iconic surplus arm for sale in the U.S., serving as an entry point for up-and-coming collectors, due to the rifle's easy-to-afford price tag, until recently.

Favorite Firearms: A Savage Bolt-Action For Christmas

It had been a tradition in my family that when a boy turned 16, he was given a rifle prior to his first deer hunt. I knew dad had a brand-new Winchester Model 94, and I was confident that it would be mine when the time came.

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