A22 Takedown

New For 2023: Savage A22 Takedown

Savage Arms announced a handy new addition in the stable for 2023, a takedown version of its semi-automatic A22 rimfire rifle chambered for the ubiquitous .22 LR.

New For 2023: Diamondback Firearms Sidekick Birdshead

The Florida-based firm Diamondback Firearms announced the Sidekick Birdshead for 2023, a trim version of its nine-shot convertible revolver.

Review: FN 502 Tactical

With ammunition prices still high, it remains a good time for shooters and manufacturers alike to invest in rimfire options.

New For 2023: Taurus USA TX22 Compact

Taurus USA built on the success of its earlier TX22 rimfire handguns in 2023, introducing the TX22 Compact, which still boasts an impressive capacity and optics-ready capability.

Review: Luth-AR MCA-22 Chassis For The Ruger 10/22

The brainchild of a competitive shooter and an engineer as a lightweight solution for Ruger's 10/22, the Luth-AR MCA-22 Chassis has several features geared for precision rimfire competition.

Ruger's 22/45: A Blend Of Two Legendary Pistols

The Ruger 22/45 is a blending of two legendary repeaters, Browning's M1911 and Bill Ruger's Standard Auto, with modern features such as a Picatinny rail and barrel threading that makes for an incredibly fun plinker that happens to come chambered for a ubiquitous and fun- and easy-to-shoot cartridge: .22 LR.

Preview: Hornady Lock-N-Load 17-22 Rim Thickness Gauge

Inconsistencies in rimfire ammunition brass are quite apparent, which is why competition and target shooters, dedicated varmint hunters and enthusiasts turn to a nuanced process to gain an extra edge in performance—batch-sorting rimfire ammunition.

New For 2022: Savage Arms A22 Takedown

The latest addition to Savage Arms' A22 family of rimfire rifles is the A22 Takedown, which is built with an innovative mechanism that allows for easy storage and transport.

Preview: Samson Black A-TM And B-TM Folding Stocks

Duplicating the design used on factory folding-stock Ruger Mini-14 and AC-556 rifles, Samson Mfg. collaborated with Ruger a few years ago to introduce its A-TM folder—so named as a tribute to the popular ’80s television show “The A Team.”

Rifleman Q&A: Lubricated With Wax?

I have an old box of Winchester-Western Super X .38 Colt hollow-point ammo. On the side of the box is “Lubaloy coated Bullet special dry wax lubricant.”  It seems to me that most modern ammunition is not coated. Why is it (or was it) necessary to put some form of wax on ammunition?

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