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.
Ruger shows some love for its Mini-Thirty rifle with a new synthetic stainless version.
On the heels of the recent introductions of the A17 and A22 Magnum rifles, it was inevitable Savage would chamber this semiauto design in .22 Long Rifle.
Uberti jumps on several states’ newfound acceptance of some centerfire rounds.
P4Xi is a bit of a departure for Steiner in that it is designed to provide top level performance at a bargain price.
It’s instructive to compare the grand old .300 Holland & Holland Mag. with the .300 Win. Short Mag….
The Winchester ’92 turns 125, and the company celebrates with an anniversary sporter.
While some hunters have been doing it for years, the use of .22s for deer is still controversial.
The company drops two new AR-15s into the market—one retro and one modern.
At a penny under $670, this rifle is going to appeal to many.
Crimson Trace solves the puzzle of how to run a laser on an ar without wires.
Named the RDF for Reduced Drag Factor, the company’s new bullet features refinements engineered to combat air friction.
A G&A report and details about the P320® Voluntary Upgrade Program.
The new .22 Nosler offers AR shooters a superior .22 caliber alternative to the .223 Rem.
The new B Series rimfires from Savage deliver functionality and accuracy at a great price.
Here’s a roundup of some varmint-specific rifles worth checking out.
Single-shot rifles aren’t for everyone, but to their fans the appeal is irresistible.
Hunting with an exquisite piece of american firearms history — the Savage Model 99.
Mauser of Germany has offered its original Model 98 rifles for decades, but the company is now importing production guns in significant volumes for the U.S. market.
Nikon’s flagship Monarch 7 is one sharp scope.