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I've long been a fan of Nikon glass; it just always seems so sharp. But I'd never availed myself of Optics

Review: Nikon ProStaff 4-12X

J. Scott Rupp - October 25, 2011

I've long been a fan of Nikon glass; it just always seems so sharp. But I'd never availed...

Mossberg's new MVP is a varmint/predator .223/5.56 rifle that proved to be accurate with a wide array of ammo. Reviews

Review: Mossberg MVP

J. Scott Rupp - October 25, 2011

Mossberg's new MVP is a varmint/predator .223/5.56 rifle that proved to be accurate with a...



The United States finished in the middle of the pack at the 2011 Palma competition, part of the Other

U.S. Finishes 3rd in Palma Competition

J. Scott Rupp - October 24, 2011

The United States finished in the middle of the pack at the 2011 Palma competition, part of...

Copper fouling is the bane of centerfire shooters who shoot jacketed bullets, which is pretty much all of us. Reloading

Hodgdon CFE223 Fights Copper Fouling

J. Scott Rupp - October 11, 2011

Copper fouling is the bane of centerfire shooters who shoot jacketed bullets, which is pretty...



Roberts Precision Rifles recently completed a gun for the Lone Survivor Foundation, a gun that Other

Rifle Benefits Lone Survivor Foundation

J. Scott Rupp - October 07, 2011

Roberts Precision Rifles recently completed a gun for the Lone Survivor Foundation, a gun...

If you're a Barnes VOR-TX ammunition user and have a story to tell, Barnes wants to hear from you. Ammo

Barnes Announces VOR-TX Contest

J. Scott Rupp - October 06, 2011

If you're a Barnes VOR-TX ammunition user and have a story to tell, Barnes wants to hear from...

When talk turns to the great gun writers of all time, the discussion usually turns around two Ammo

Book Review: Finn Aagaard on Guns and Hunting

J. Scott Rupp - October 01, 2011

When talk turns to the great gun writers of all time, the discussion usually turns around two

Back in the 1950s, Cooper Landing, Alaska, gunsmith Harold Johnson decided to neck up the .348 Other

The .50 B-M Alaskan

Layne Simpson - September 30, 2011

Back in the 1950s, Cooper Landing, Alaska, gunsmith Harold Johnson decided to neck up the .348

While models and calibers have been cut down over the years, the Ruger No. 1 is still available in a Light Sporter, Standard (my favorite), Varminter, Medium Sporter, Tropical and the International. Lever-Action

Review: Ruger No. 1 International

J. Scott Rupp - September 30, 2011

While models and calibers have been cut down over the years, the Ruger No. 1 is still...

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