Mk85

Knight MK-85: Popularizing The In-Line Muzzleloader

Though no longer produced, the muzzle-loading MK-85 made by Knights offered a unique design setup, accepting the percussion cap directly behind the chamber.

Loading Bench: Rifle Loads For The .44 Remington Magnum

The variety of available bullet weights and styles make the .44 Mag. a versatile cartridge, and a rifle with a relatively fast rifling twist can accurately fire all of them. Read on:

Loading Bench: The Berger Juggernaut At 1,000 Yards

Although frequently used in 1,000-yard engagements, the .308 Winchester is often regarded as a “900-yard cartridge.” It gets this reputation because most bullets fired from .308 Win. rifles fall below the speed of sound slightly before they reach 1,000 yards.

Loading Bench: The Do-It-All .30-30 Winchester

Is it the rifles chambered for it or is it the cartridge itself that keeps the .30-30 Win. an enduring favorite of American shooters and hunters?

Preview: Maglula US-Flag Uplula Loader

In a special-edition design celebrating Maglula’s 20th year on the U.S. market, the popular Uplula pistol-magazine loader is now available in a red-white-and-blue color scheme.

I Have this Old Gun: Martini-Henry Rifles

Watch this American Rifleman Television segment of "I Have This Old Gun" from 2019 to learn more about the history of the Martini-Henry breech-loading rifles, which were the mainstay of the British infantryman near the end of the 19th century.

Loading Bench: 6.5x55 mm Swedish

The 6.5x55 mm Swedish is an age-old cartridge, drafted for military duty by Sweden and Norway in 1894. The 6.5 mm Swede has also been rejuvenated in recent years due to interest in a host of popular new 6.5 mm cartridges and the stream of new bullets, initially intended for those cartridges, that make the now-classic Swede an even better target and hunting cartridge.

The Versatile .270 Winchester: Handloading Tips & Recipes

I must move within social circles with those who are cognizant of effective ballistics, because hunters regularly tell me that their main big-game rifles are chambered in .270 Winchester.

Galilean Sniper Sights: How Well Did They Work?

The British used Galilean optical sights during World War I to even the odds against German snipers, but how well did they work? A group of modern collectors, historians and snipers decided to find out for themselves.

WWI Galilean Sights: An Evolution In Sniping

What are Galilean sights? More importantly, how well did they work? A group of modern collectors, historians and snipers decided to find out for themselves.

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