The Springfield Armory Saint Free-Float 5.56 NATO is still a reliable, accurate rifle for a historically reasonable price.
If you’re in the market for a long-range rifle and don’t want to take out a second mortgage to get started, the Mossberg MVP Precision is definitely worth checking out.
A good spotting scope is worth its weight in gold. Here’s a look at four excellent options.
Ruger’s Model 77 in .275 Rigby is light, easy to carry and fast to the shoulder.
Savage’s Stealth Evolution is a long-range shooter’s dream—whether on targets or varmints.
Tips on sighting in your rifle from a man who has hunted around the world.
The Browning Micro Composite is one of the newest X-Bolt rifles and is chambered in five short-action cartridges from .243 to .308 Win.
Federal Premium has expanded its Gold Medal rifle ammunition line with hot new loads in 6.5 Creedmoor and 6mm Creedmoor.
Redding’s PR-50 volumetric measure provides benchrest-grade consistency with most propellant granule types.
While cased telescoped ammo offers a number of benefits compared to metallic cartridges, its chief attribute is a substantial reduction in weight, approximately 40 percent.
Editor J. Scott Rupp had a chance to shoot Noreen Firearms’ ULR rifle, chambered in .50 BMG.
J. Scott Rupp lists his top three essential tools for the shooting range.
It’s such a wonderful experience; picking out a new rifle can be as exciting as Christmas morning to an eight-year-old.
If you haven’t discovered Thompson/Center’s great switch-barrel gun, now might be the time.
Hodgdon Powder Company announced the launch of load data for the new 224 Valkyrie cartridge.
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.