Shooter

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.

Review: CZ 557 Eclipse

Hunting rifles don’t have to be expensive in order to be effective, and CZ’s new 557 Eclipse is a great example of this.

Review: T/C Performance Center Long Range Rifle

The Long Range Rifle from T/C Arms is purpose built for precision pursuits, and it performs well in the growing market of distance-oriented firearms.

Review: Springfield Armory Model 2020 Waypoint

Springfield Armory has branched out with a new bolt-action hunting rifle combining leading-edge materials with performance-driven design. This is the Model 2020 Waypoint.

Review: Henry Side Gate Lever Action Rifle

Developed to answer consumer demand and designed to offer the shooter the best of both worlds, the Henry Side Gate Lever Action Rifle's tubular magazine can be loaded either from the front or at the receiver.

Review: CVA Cascade

Some may only be familiar with the company’s lines of muzzleloaders, but CVA is developing into a noteworthy force within the American firearm industry on the rifle side as well.

Review: Benelli Lupo

Benelli, the Italian firm best known for shotguns, now has a bolt-action rifle, and it's an innovative platform that shoots remarkably well.

Review: Strasser RS 14 Evolution Tahr

Use of straight-pull bolt-action rifles by hunters in the U.S. has traditionally been limited. These designs are quite popular in Europe, however, and can offer several benefits over traditional turnbolt designs.

Review: Daniel Defense Delta 5

Daniel Defense departed its traditional AR-based product line with an all-new offering in 2019: the Delta 5 bolt-action rifle.

Review: Savage Arms 110 Classic

Not all shooters are on board with the synthetic-stock movement that has taken over today’s rifle market, and Savage is well aware of that. The company's answer is the 110 Classic reviewed here.

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