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Barrett Fieldcraft: Longer Range With Shorter Barrels

Think you need a long, heavy target barrel and a magnum cartridge to make long shots? Think again. A pair of Barrett Fieldcrafts—one suppressed—may change your mind.

Range Tested: Daniel Defense Delta 5

When a leading maker of gas-driven, AR-style, semi-automatic rifles and pistols decides to enter the bolt-action rifle market, the industry is going to take notice.

Tested: Sabatti Saphire Syn

For many riflemen, the name “Sabatti” conjures images of exquisitely crafted and equally expensive double rifles destined for the Dark Continent, and they wouldn’t be wrong.

Tested: Weatherby Vanguard Modular Chassis Rifle

The new precision rifle carries on the manufacturer’s tradition of producing innovative and practical firearms.

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.

Tested: Savage Model 111 Long Range Hunter

Incorporating two of the features for which the company has become most-known in modern times, the AccuStock and AccuTrigger systems, the Savage Model 111 Long Range Hunter is equally at home in big-game hunting and long-range shooting applications.

Kimber's Mountain Ascent

Kimber designers and engineers shaved weight from the bolt-action Model 84 to produce the Mountain Ascent-a rifle hunters will joyfully carry uphill. But the good news is that the gun has everything that counts when it comes to performance.

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