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This Old Gun: Winchester Model 67

Winchester was one of the first manufacturers to jump into the low-cost bolt-action .22 market with its John Browning-designed Model 1900, a design that would carry on for subsequent generations of Winchester single-shot .22 rifles, including one of the most prolific, the Model 67.

Best Seller: CVA Scout

The CVA Scout breech-loading rifle has proved its popularity again, being the fourth-most sold single-shot rifle of 2020.  

Ruger No. 1: A Top-Selling Single-Shot Rifle

Ruger's No. 1 design continues to be popular among single-shot rifle fans, and it's not hard to see why.

CVA Hunter: A Top-Selling Single-Shot Rifle

Although it was replaced by the CVA Scout, the CVA Hunter is one of the most popular single-shot rifles on the market.

Uberti 1885 High Wall: A Top-Selling Single Shot

According to sales figures on GunBroker's Gun Genius rankings, one of the most popular single shots you can buy today is the Uberti 1885 High Wall.

Ruger No. 1: Best-Selling Single-Shot Rifle of 2019

Introduced more than 70 years ago, the Ruger No. 1 continues to top the charts of single-shot rifles.

The Ruger No. 1: A Masterpiece of Simplicity

William Batterman Ruger is best known for his innovative mind in the firearm industry. His first design, the Ruger No. 1, is considered by many to be one of the finest single-shot rifles ever made.

Tested: Henry Repeating Arms Youth Single Shots

Henry Repeating Arms has been a long-time supporter of our more compact compatriots within the shooting community, including first timers, small-frame shooting enthusiasts and our all-important young enthusiasts.

Editors’ Picks 2018: Henry Single Shot Rifle

Henry has brought back one of the simplest ideas in long arms with its line of Single Shot Rifles.

The First Panzerjäger: Germany’s T-Gewehr Anti-Tank Rifle

In response to the new Allied armored threat, Waffenfabrik Mauser AG quickly designed and produced a special rifle to fight tanks: the 13.2 mm Tank Abwehr Gewehr M1918, or “T-Gewehr.”

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