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The .250 (1915) and .300 (1920) Savage may have faded, but they were top performers in their day.The .250 and .300 Savage Were Ahead of Their Time: Their History

The .250 and .300 Savage Were Ahead of Their Time: Their History

The .250 (1915) and .300 (1920) Savage may have faded, but they were top performers in their

Craig Boddington

The .50-70 Government cartridge was used by U.S. troops in battles against the Sioux and for buffalo hunting prior to the 1873 arrival of the .45-70 Gov't.The .50-70 Government Cartridge Had a Short But Notable History

The .50-70 Government Cartridge Had a Short But Notable History

The .50-70 Government cartridge was used by U.S. troops in battles against the Sioux and for

Jeff John

Winchester's Classic Model 67A proves they sure don't make .22s like they used to.Singular Single-Shot: Winchester Classic Model 67A

Singular Single-Shot: Winchester Classic Model 67A

Winchester's Classic Model 67A proves they sure don't make .22s like they used to.

Payton Miller

The lighter, handier Enfield No. 5 bolt-action rifle chambered in .303 British never really made it out of the gate.Enfield No. 5 Mk 1 Rifle: History of the 'Jungle Carbine'

Enfield No. 5 Mk 1 Rifle: History of the 'Jungle Carbine'

The lighter, handier Enfield No. 5 bolt-action rifle chambered in .303 British never really

Jeff John

The Winchester 92 that achieved an iconic level of fame was the loop-lever carbine that was rapid-fired and spun so deftly by Chuck Connors “The Rifleman,” which aired on ABC from 1958 until 1963.Loop-Lever Rifle Shootout: History of The Rifleman's Carbine

Loop-Lever Rifle Shootout: History of The Rifleman's Carbine

The Winchester 92 that achieved an iconic level of fame was the loop-lever carbine that was

Rick Hacker

The quest for bullet velocity traces its roots to the early days of smokeless powder.Bullet Velocity Evolution: The Need for Speed

Bullet Velocity Evolution: The Need for Speed

The quest for bullet velocity traces its roots to the early days of smokeless powder.

Layne Simpson

The fascinating history of the Henry Railroad Rifle, a gun that helped open the country.The Henry Railroad Rifle

The Henry Railroad Rifle

The fascinating history of the Henry Railroad Rifle, a gun that helped open the country.

Rick Hacker

The road to the famous Remington 700 rifle was paved with classics like the models 725 and 30s.Before the Remington 700

Before the Remington 700

The road to the famous Remington 700 rifle was paved with classics like the models 725 and 30s.

Payton Miller

At the beginning of 1940, Remington and its subsidiaries employed nearly 4,500 workers, and byRemington Timeline: 1940 - Remington Prepares for the Coming Conflict

Remington Timeline: 1940 - Remington Prepares for the Coming Conflict

At the beginning of 1940, Remington and its subsidiaries employed nearly 4,500 workers, and by

RifleShooter Online Staff



When the 20-second targets came up, I locked my jawbone against the comb of the M1903-A4Shooting in a Vintage Sniper Match

Shooting in a Vintage Sniper Match

When the 20-second targets came up, I locked my jawbone against the comb of the M1903-A4

Joseph von Benedikt

 People have epic moments that they remember for the rest of their lives. For J. Scott Rupp,Epic Moment: The Ridge Runner

Epic Moment: The Ridge Runner

People have epic moments that they remember for the rest of their lives. For J. Scott Rupp,

J. Scott Rupp

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