If A Rifle Could Talk: Finn Aagaard’s .375
From 1983 until 1994, late American Rifleman Field Editor Finn Aagaard, a former Kenyan professional hunter, impressed readers with his keen and practical insight. He was meticulous in keeping records of every shot he fired, and through his journals, his pre-’64 Winchester Model 70 in .375 H&H speaks to a new generation of shooters and hunters.
Riflescope Tips & Techniques: 3 Easy Tricks
Working with riflescopes doesn't have to be hard. Here are three easy tricks that will help smooth out any optical obstacles.
The .22 Magnum: Good for Self-Defense?
Due to its light recoil, even a novice shooter can deliver six accurate shots in seconds from a lightweight, .22 Magnum (WMR) revolver.
Rifleman Tips: Kneeling & Snap-Shooting
Of all the shooting positions, kneeling and snap-shooting are some of the most essential skills for every rifle shooter to know.
Sheriff's Tips: Watch This Amazon Prime Video
In this documentary, gun writer Richard Mann gets "Up Close" with Sheriff Jim—writer, singer, gunslinger and legend of the great American southwest.
Book Preview: The Scout Rifle Study—The History of the Scout Rifle and Its Place In the 21st Century
Enigmatic to most, and downright irresistible to a dedicated band of enthusiasts, the “scout” rifle continues to make inroads among the shooting populace as more models emerge from major firearm manufacturers.
Rising To The Occasion: Aguila Ammunition
Ammunition shortages are creating opportunities for lesser-known manufacturers. That’s certainly true for Aguila—one of the world’s largest rimfire producers and a maker of center-fire pistol and rifle cartridges and shotshells. Is Aguila a viable alternative? Read on.
The .22 Magnum for Self-Defense
Due to its light recoil, even a novice shooter can deliver six accurate shots in seconds from a lightweight, .22 WMR revolver.
Savage Package Rifles: Ready, Right out of the Box
Three different rifles, complete with riflescopes already mounted and boresighted, make up Savage’s new package rifle line. Rugged, economical and capable of decent accuracy, what’s not like?
One Gun, Two Loads: Winchester's Train & Defend
Having a hard time deciding which ammunition to buy for practice and which to use in your handgun for personal protection? Read on.