At a penny under $670, this rifle is going to appeal to many.
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.
Nosler’s newest model 48 is a handsome wood-stock nod to its origins – chambered in the new hot .30 Nosler.
CZ has a history of firearms development dating back to the mid-20th century, but it wasn’t until the late 1990s… more »
I’ve never really been a disciple of Col. Cooper’s scout rifle concept: a short, handy bolt-action with a forward-mounted optic,… more »
The Ruger Precision Rifle has been out for nearly a year now, and dealers are still struggling to keep any… more »
Tikka officially launched the new T3x line of rifles at the 2016 NRA Annual Meetings. The Tikka T3x line features… more »
A few years back, Fred Craig of Pahrump, Nevada, developed a cartridge called the .22 Micromag. When it was adopted… more »
There I was, sitting quietly at one of our magazine’s industry functions, sipping coffee, when I nearly snorted my latest… more »
Only a handful of American-made bolt-action rifles have been in continuous production since the mid-20th century, and the Weatherby Mark… more »
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