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Rifleman Q&A: What Does 'MOA' Mean?

American Rifleman subscriber writes to Dope Bag questioning whether or not there is terminology crossover from aviation to the shooting sports.

Dialed In: Getting the DOPE on Mossberg's MVP Precision Rifle

Eight women reach beyond their comfort zone to learn the fundamentals of long-range precision rifle shooting.

Burris Ballistic Services

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

AirForce Airguns Condor SS

The increased cost and reduced availability of .22-cal. rimfire ammunition—Short, Long and Long Rifle—during the past few years has spurred interest in airguns.

Diamondback DB FS Nine

With a long list of features that allow it to compete with similar-size semi-automatics, the FS Nine is a logical step into the full-size semi-automatic segment for Diamondback Firearms.

Throwback Thursday: Ruger Model 10/22 Carbine—Sept. 1964, The American Rifleman

Originally published in September 1964, this American Rifleman "Dope Bag" reviews the first generation of the now iconic 10/22 carbine. The original test gun used for the review, shown here, still exists in NRA's permanent collection.

Turnbull M1911

Turnbull Mfg. has built quite a reputation by accurately restoring vintage firearms to like-new condition. Not to rest on its laurels, the company has recently begun to manufacture a series of M1911 pistols.

Browning T-Bolt Varminter .22 WMR, Left Hand

The Browning T-bolt rifle, which was re-introduced in 2006, has blossomed into two major variations—Sporter and Target/Varmint models.

ShotKam

Using a mini television camera linked to a computer, the ShotKam reveals the gun’s front bead in relation to the target as the shot is made.

"Cheat Sheets" For Optics

Most scope manufactures provide specific dimensional information about their reticles in their catalogs or online.

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