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The Best .17-Caliber Rifles Available Today

by Joseph von Benedikt 2

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


ATK Sporting Supports NSSF Rimfire Challenge Ammo Roundup

by RifleShooter Online Staff 0

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


First Look: Federal Trophy Copper Muzzleloader Bullet with B.O.R. Lock MZ System

by RifleShooter Online Staff 2

At the 2014 NRA Show, Federal Premium Ammunition proved that muzzleloader technology isn’t going the way of the dinosaurs any… more »


Ballistics Test: The Best Big Game Bullets

by Joseph von Benedikt 3

One of the hallmarks of a great big game bullet is its ability to offer good terminal performance from very… more »


Big Bore Upgrade: Should You Hunt Dangerous Game with an AR-15?

by G&A Staff 38

It’s no longer news to anybody that during the past decade the AR-15 platform has become a mainstream American hunting… more »


Best Hunting Cartridge: .25-06 Rem. vs. .257 Wby. Mag.

by Brad Fitzpatrick 17

The .257 Wby. Mag. was introduced in 1944, and within Roy’s stable of hard-hitting, flat-shooting magnums, the .257 was his… more »


Winchester Razorback XT Review

by Brian McCombie 0

The West Texas hog ran across a grassy field and headed for the tree line, crossing right to left, and… more »


5 Most Underrated Hunting Cartridges

by Brad Fitzpatrick 12

I bet I’m not going to shock anyone reading this when I tell you that the .270 Winchester, .30-06 and… more »


Atop the Turret: Redding T-7 Turret Press Review

by Joseph von Benedikt 3

Serious handloaders tend to be obsessive, myself included, and the worst—or best—of the lot are benchrest shooters. Success in their… more »


Cartridge Fight: .270 Win. vs .280 Rem.

by Brad Fitzpatrick 19

I can’t say anything about the .270 Winchester that hasn’t already been written unless I lie. Introduced in 1925, the… more »

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