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Straight-Pull Shooter: The Savage Impulse

Fast to operate, accurate on target and possessing a modular design that’s configurable for either right- or left-handed shooters, the Savage Impulse sets a new standard for affordability in the rarified realm of straight-pull rifles.

The .22-250 Remington: History and Performance

Since the late 1930s, the .22-250 Remington cartridge has continued to be a favorite small-caliber, high velocity option for small game and varmint hunters alike. 

Micro Rimfires: 3 Great Youth Training Rifles

Among the many rimfire options available, micro rifles are ideal for young shooters to start off with. Here, three different brands of micro rimfire youth rifles are tested against each other.

Where Are All The Guns?

With the continuing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and other factors that have played into the past year's firearm shortage, what are manufacturer doing to meet the current demand? Frank Melloni reached out to four manufacturers to find out more.

NRA Gun of the Week: Savage Arms Impulse Hog Hunter

On this week’s “Gun of the Week” video preview, American Rifleman staff check out an American-made straight-pull rifle from Savage Arms.

Savage Arms 301: Still a Popular Single-Shot

The Savage Arms 301 continues to hold its own as one of the most popular single-shot shotguns on the market.

Preview: MDT HNT26 Chassis System

Modular Driven Technologies released its HNT26 chassis designed specifically for hunters.

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.

New For 2021: Savage Arms Impulse Hog Hunter

If you know Savage Arms and its history, you’ll understand that the legacy brand is known for ditching the status quo in favor of “hot-shot” engineering. A famed design of the 1960s has lead the company in a direction that now positions itself to provide the American market with an action design the likes of which have never been seen before—the Impulse.

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