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.
The .338 Federal and .338 RCM are two very different cartridges in terms of performance, despite their similar profiles and bullet diameters.
RifleShooter editor Layne Simpson examines critical factors affecting rifle chamber pressure you need to know.
The special-edition Browning BAR Safari Anniversary model celebrates a special rifle.
Our RifleShooter July/August issue will be on Newsstands from June 5th.
Starline Brass adds to their growing line of rifle brass with the release of the .224 Valkyrie.
Pulsar announces a new partnership with Groesbeck, Texas native and show host, Brian “Pigman” Quaca.