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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 »


How to Break In A Rifle Barrel

by Dick Metcalf 3

Among serious rifle marksmen there are few topics more enduring than the subject of break-in procedures for a new rifle… more »


How Hunting Conditions Affect Rifles

by Craig Boddington 2

A hundred years ago, on an Alberta whitetail hunt, I endured a really nasty cold snap. You’d think the deer movement… more »

CCI Quiet-22 rounds

CCI Quiet 22

by J. Scott Rupp 14

Depending on where you live, you can shoot in your own backyard for plinking or pest control, but even if… more »

shooting Wilson's 7.62x40

Review: Wilson Combat 7.62×40

by Patrick Sweeney 7

Bill Wilson, of Wilson Combat fame, having built a robust company providing 1911s, ARs and pump shotguns for the savvy… more »

.222 Remington from bench

Varmint Rifle Battery

by Layne Simpson 7

  A varmint rifle battery capable of serving the needs of everyone does not exist. This is due to the… more »

author with mule deer and Ruger No. 1 in 6.5 creedmoor

The Versatile 6.5 Creedmoor

by J. Scott Rupp 11

It seems like ages ago, but it was only 2008 when Hornady invited me to its Grand Island, Nebraska, plant… more »

Smith & Wesson M&P15 in .300 Whisper

S&W Chambers .300 Whisper

by J. Scott Rupp 3

Smith & Wesson is adding the .300 Whisper chambering to its M&P15 lineup. It’s the first production AR-15 to chamber… more »

author with pronghorn buck and Burris Eliminator-scoped rifle

In the Field: Burris Eliminator scope

by J. Scott Rupp 0

Just returned from Wyoming, where I got my first chance to hunt with Burris’ Eliminator Laserscope. If you’re not familiar… more »

hunter with pronghorn and .25-06 rifle

Rifle Cartridge Deathwatch: Winchester Super Short Magnums

by J. Scott Rupp 28

Musing on what chamberings will end up in the dustbin of history is always an entertaining theoretical exercise—unless of course… more »

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