Gun Of The Week: Nosler Model 21
Head to the range with American Rifleman staff in this latest video featuring a bolt-action rifle from Nosler. The Model 21 is a rifle "built by riflemen, for riflemen." Watch the video to learn more.
Federal Custom Shop Offers Custom Loads For Springfield Model 2020 Waypoint
Federal's Custom Shop now offers handcrafted ammunition designed particularly for use in Springfield Armory's Model 2020 Waypoint rifle.
The Rifleman Report: Industry Advancements
Whether in guns themselves or the cartridges they chamber or in optics or other firearm accessories, mechanical and material science innovations are key.
Nosler Enhances Its Legacy—Quietly
Having already applied its fine engineering and precision manufacturing know-how to optimizing both the hunter’s gun and his ammunition, Nosler is now turning its attention to suppressors, offering a line that blends performance and portability.
Nosler Custom Rifle Packages To Raise Money For Veterans
Nosler, Inc. announced a new program, involving 22 custom Model 48 rifles, which is aimed at raising awareness and funds for American veterans and their families.
First Look: Nosler Suppressors
In 2022, Nosler expanded into suppressors with four all-new models designed for durability, lightness and great sound mitigation.
Review: Nosler M48 Mountain Carbon
At 6 lbs. even, the Nosler Model 48 Mountain Carbon is a definite lightweight, but with carbon fibers reinforcing both its barrel and its stock, this high-country specialist is designed to outpunch its weight class.
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.
The Bonded-Core Bullet: A Revolution for the Hunter
As rifle and cartridge technology has advanced, so have bullets. One of the biggest—and most popular—developments in hunting bullets has been the bonded core.
Loading Bench: The 6mm Creedmoor
The count of .24-cal. rifles that remain in our home and others that stayed for a while then headed on down the road is rather high. My wife’s 6 mm Rem. has now been her constant companion for hunting deer and antelope for more than 40 years.