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How To Be A Precision Shooter

Maj. John Plaster dispels the notion that precision shooting requires a high cost of entry and demonstrates that even those on a budget can partake with the right setup, practice and expectations.

Review: Savage 110 Ultralite

The Savage 110 Ultralite bolt-acton rifle combines the benefits of Savage's bolt and barrel nut design with the addition of a lightweight PROOF Research carbon-fiber barrel.

Building a Modernized M1 Garand

The M1 Garand is one of the iconic battle rifles of the 20th century, but with some modification, could it be a great general-purpose rifle for the 21st? Here's our attempt to modernize the M1 Garand.

Burris Scopes—Testing the C4 Plus and XTR II

With a line that includes everything from traditional riflescopes to red dots, and the high-tech Eliminator series, Burris optics just seem to get the job done. Here is an examination of two current offerings: the affordable C4 Plus and the top-of-the-line XTR II.

NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Burris Veracity Riflescope

American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach takes a closer look at the Burris Veracity Riflescope.

Burris Ballistic Services

Ballistics is best described as the science of the motion of projectiles in flight.

Review: Burris Veracity 2-10X 42 mm Riflescope

Burris’ Veracity line includes hybrid tactical/hunting riflescopes featuring reticles in the front, or first, focal plane.

Winchester Long Beard XR Turkey Loads

Winchester's new Long Beard XR shotshells give you an edge in the turkey woods.

On Location at FTW with American Rifleman Television

Filming has started on a whole new season of "American Rifleman Television." Associate Editor Joseph L. Kurtenbach and the ARTV crew are wringing out the Ruger SR762 at FTW Ranch in Texas.

A Worthwhile Wildcat: The .250 Savage Ackley Improved

The .250 Savage Ackley Improved offers remarkable downrange performance from a small package.

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