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Nosler Model 48 Patriot Review

by Brad Fitzpatrick

On the Fourth of July the highways leading into Cincinnati were packed with vehicles, most of them full of families… more »


The Best .17-Caliber Rifles Available Today

by Joseph von Benedikt

Seventeen-caliber rifles are just a little bit magic. They shoot whisper-tiny projectiles the same diameter as the BBs we all… more »


Holiday Gifts for Rifle Shooters 2014

by RifleShooter Online Staff

If our approach to gift giving is anything like the our passion for rifles, then we should aim to give (and wish for)… more »


CMMG Mk3 CBR Review

by James Tarr

CMMG has been in business for over a decade. It’s one of those gun companies that, while not large or… more »


Best Bolt-Action Rifles of All Time

by Brad Fitzpatrick

The bolt-action rifle has remained a primary hunting and target shooting tool for more than a century. While the basic concept has stayed the same,… more »


KeyMod: The New Industry Standard?

by David Fortier

In the not so distant past, mounting a light onto a rifle required a bit of fabrication and, quite often,… more »


Speed Test: Double Rifle vs. Bolt-Action

by Brad Fitzpatrick

Double rifle enthusiasts prefer these guns for dangerous game because they offer faster follow-up shots than bolt guns. Is that… more »


Ruger Collector's Series 10/22 Carbine

by RifleShooter Online Staff

The year 2014 marks the 50th anniversary of the Ruger 10/22, which is without a doubt one of the most… more »


How to Build the Ultimate Range Bench

by Keith Wood

A recent move put me a short drive from the family farm and the subsequent ability to create something I’ve… more »


Nesika Sporter Rifle Review

by Layne Simpson

A number of precision-built, turn-bolt actions have been introduced during the  past few decades. (Ed Shilen’s DGA in the late… more »


10 Greatest Lever-Action Rifles of All Time

by Brad Fitzpatrick

If numbers excite you, you probably aren’t into lever guns. Bolt-action rifles are generally more accurate than lever actions, and… more »


Volquartsen Sponsors NSSF Rimfire Challenge

by RifleShooter Online Staff

Volquartsen Custom has become a Silver Sponsor of the National Shooting Sports Foundation’s (NSSF) Rimfire Challenge Program. Volquartsen produces a… more »


New Scopes for 2014 Deer Season

by Joseph von Benedikt

Just a couple decades ago, there were only a few real contenders on the American deer-scope scene. Today, myriad options… more »


New Zeiss Victory HT 54 Binoculars

by RifleShooter Online Staff

Carl Zeiss Sports Optics has introduced the new Zeiss Victory HT 54, the latest addition to their Victory binocular line…. more »


Does Temperature Affect Gunpowder?

by Joseph von Benedikt

It was hot, July-in-Utah hot. I chambered one of the special handloads I’d developed six months earlier and shot at… more »


Boost Your Benchrest Shooting Skills

by Keith Wood

As shooters, I believe we spend too much time shooting from the bench. Nonetheless, benchrest shooting does require proper technique…. more »


AR-10 Redesign: DPMS GII Review

by James Tarr

Most gun magazines are filled with reviews of slightly tweaked, compact, long-barrel or fancy-colored versions of existing designs. I know… more »


ATK Sporting Supports NSSF Rimfire Challenge

by RifleShooter Online Staff

ATK Sporting has announced that it will participate in the Rimfire Challenge Ammo Roundup, which will help ensure that the… more »


Why Shooters Should Preserve Public Land

by Joseph von Benedikt

As a Westerner by birth and inclination, I have one major complaint with some of my fellow western public-land shooters:… more »


Mossberg's Youth Firearms Program

by RifleShooter Online Staff

In their recently launched 2014 Youth Catalog, Mossberg has focused on providing firearms tailored to fit young and small-stature shooters… more »