If you’re simply looking for a target or training rifle or plan on hunting small game like rabbits at 50 yards or less, the .22 Long Rifle is hard to beat.
The Winchester Model 1894 is a time-honored rifle in a time-honored round makes for a fun and handy rig.
SIG’s M400 Elite is a decently accurate, well-built carbine with features that should ensure reliable service for years to come.
Today, Ruger still makes solid guns for rimfire rounds, and the latest is a new version of the American Rimfire series—a stainless.
The new suppressor-ready Ruger American Ranch is a handy 7.62×39 bolt gun.
The Windham Weaponry .450 Thumper is both a modern take on the AR-15 in an unusual caliber and a throwback to some of the concepts of the late Jeff Cooper.
Our RifleShooter September/October issue will be on Newsstands from July 17th.
Mossberg released the JM Pro Adjustable Match Trigger, a drop-in adjustable precision trigger that is compatible with standard AR15 and AR10 rifles.
Long-range precision shooting sports are all the rage these days. Here’s what you need to know to get started.
The new PROSTAFF P3 line-up of scopes includes eight new models designed for muzzleloaders, slug guns, predator hunting, crossbows and rimfires/air rifles.
Revolutionize scouting with Leica’s newest handheld laser rangefinder, the CRF 2400-R.
Savage’s new 110 Storm takes a half-century-old action to new heights.
RifleShooter editor Craig Boddington takes a look at seven cartridges that get just enough love to survive.
MTM CASE-GARD announced their new Gun Cleaning Rod Case.
Springfield has chambered its Loaded M1A in 6.5 Creedmoor, and it’s a perfect marriage.
Nikon announced its new red dot sight, the P-TACTICAL SUPERDOT.
David Fortier decided to examine what happens when you take a classic 19th century military rifle cartridge—specifically the 7×57 Mauser
Editor Joseph von Benedikt takes a look at how to begin the search for your ideal big game hunting load.
The GPO Passion 6xi is built on a 30mm tube, it features a lens and coating system that promises 91 percent light transmission.
The new Magnus non-illuminated series offers excellent glass and chops a few hundred bucks off the price tag relative to the illuminated-reticle models.