The new RCBS ChargeMaster Lite dispenser is the best value on the market.
The Rossi Model 92 is a blast to have in the field and shoot, has a reasonable price point, and makes a nice appearance at your side.
At more than 100 years old, the .45-70 is still soldiering on.
J. Scott Rupp takes a first look at the Springfield M1A Loaded version in 6.5 Creedmoor.
Here’s a look at some of the new long-range hunting rifles for 2018.
Classic calibers that have stood the test of time, and can add panache and performance to your arsenal.
The Timney Trigger is a rifle upgrade so easy even our editor can do it.
The Mossberg MMR Pro delivers 3-Gun features for shooters looking for a competition-ready gun direct from the manufacturer.
The new Lyman Cyclone Rotary Tumbler gets cases super clean, but it takes effort.
Remington’s Model 700 American Wilderness Rifle is the logical evolution of one of our most popular hunting rifle actions.
Alexander Arms’ Beowulf Tactical puts .50 caliber power in the AR-15 platform.
No matter your tastes, the game you hunt or your budget there’s a rifle here for you. Download our Rifleshooter’s Buyer’s Guide.
Savage unveils updated Model 110 Series Rifles featuring Form-Fitting AccuFit System.
Lones W. Wigger, Jr.—the United States’ most decorated competitive shooter—has passed away following a battle with cancer. He was 80 years old. The following article appeared in the November/December 2017 issue of RifleShooter magazine.
With the new Revere, Mossberg is revolutionizing how good a bargain-priced rifle can look.
Getting the right overall length is crucial for reloaders. Here are two tools to help you figure it out.
Stan Trzoniec takes a look at Winchester’s Model 1873 Octagon Sporter in this rifle report.
Smith & Wesson’s newest AR-15 is aimed squarely at the 3-Gun crowd but has features any AR shooter is sure to appreciate.
Changes in some states’ hunting regs bring renewed attention to old-school rifle rounds and pistol cartridges.
The M1A—a Springfield Armory-trademarked designation for the civilian version of the M14—is the most widespread M14 action used by recreational and competition shooters in the United States.