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Shot Call and Followthrough

How to make a shot better after it's been fired.

David Tubb

Return of the Big Medicine Rifle

Winchester and Hornady revive the 1895 rifle and the legendary .405 WCF Cartridge.

Model 1879 Trapdoor Springfield Carbine

Despite detractors' comments, this handy little single-shot rifle was one of the best arms of

The Most Difficult Shot?

When the quarry is a crocodile, that first shot must count.

Craig Boddington

Sako's 4-in-1 Quad

One rifle, four interchangeable barrels for four different rimfires and a special Burris scope

Wayne van Zwoll

WSSM Goes .25

Winchester Ammo, in partnership with Winchester Firearms and Browning, introduces .25-caliber

Shooting Sticks

How come we don't use them?

Craig Boddington

The Lazzeroni/Savage Combination

Two Industry leaders combine for one hot-shooting cartridge/rifle package

Jon R. Sundra

Ed Brown's Marine Sniper

A custom-made duplicate of the original USMC sniper rifle employed during the Viet Nam War.

Merkel KR-1

A new switch-barrel that really works

Craig Boddington

Accurate At Last

New tooling and tighter tolerances make for a sharper shooting Ruger Ranch Rifle.

Bart Skelton

In Their Tracks

Dropping game to the shot looks good, but it's risky.

Craig Boddington

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