Firearm Actions

Firearm Actions For Mixed-Up Families

Can’t a lefty learn to run a right-hand platform? Sure, but the optimal answer is a firearm with a format that matches the shooter—although there are universally friendly, bilateral options.

Craig Boddington Opens Virtual Hunters Convention

Today, the Craig Boddington Virtual Convention opens, giving hunters a chance to connect with outfitters and experts across the globe.

A New Look at the Old .270 Winchester

With all the attention focused on relatively new cartridges such as the 6.5 mm Creedmoor, what about the venerable .270 Winchester? Perhaps Professor O’Connor was right all along.

So, Are Magnums Dead?

Cartridge preferences are shifting these days, and there are more magnum cartridges out there than ever before. So, why is no one talking about them? Are belts and blazing velocities things of the past? Has America cured itself of Magnumitis?

Sequel: The 6 mm Creedmoor

Seldom is the sequel better than the original, but the new 6 mm Creedmoor—based on the 6.5 mm Creedmoor—might succeed without needing any help from its big brother.

Meet Barrett's Fieldcraft Rifle

A 5-lb., bolt-action sporter from the king of tactical big-bores? In case you didn’t know, the Barrett family likes to hunt, and the new Fieldcraft rifles are made by the same workers and on the same machines that produce the big M82A1s and M107s.

A Tale of Two Sevens: The 7 mm-08 vs. the 7x57 mm Mauser

Although the 7 mm-08 Remington and 7x57 mm Mauser cartridges are very similar in performance, they are quite different in history. So, which one should you choose?

Marlin Model 1895: The Ultimate Guide Gun

Marlin’s Custom Shop puts a whole new spin on the traditional lever-action rifle. The result may not look like your grandad’s Marlin, but, man, does it shoot.

Troubleshooting Rifle Accuracy

The search may never end, and the outcome is never certain, but the quest for rifle accuracy is, nonetheless, a worthy pursuit.

Not a Question of Need: The .400 H&H Magnum

With a belt and gentle shoulder, the .400 H&H Mag. could be called “old-school” in design, but it was introduced in the 21st century. With “modern” big bores such as the .416 Rem. Mag. and .458 Win. Mag., do we really need the .400? Dakota Arms sure seems to think so.

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