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Ken Beegle - A Fast & Fancy Shooting Artist

Joel J. Hutchcroft - October 09, 2018

Exhibition shooter Ken Beegle performed his craft for 35 years, mainly as a representative of Remington Arms. He was an expert with rifles and shotguns, best known for 'drawing' portraits with .22 rimfire rifles.

Winchester Pre-'64 Model 94 Carbine

Joseph Von Benedikt - October 09, 2018

No firearm is more profoundly entrenched in American hearts than Winchester's legendary lever-action Model of 1894.

New Rifles in 2018

Steve Gash - August 30, 2018

Here is a brief compilation of new rifles for 2018.

Review: Springfield Armory Loaded M1A

Steve Gash - August 27, 2018

Springfield Armory's Loaded M1A in 6.5 Creedmoor is well made, accurate, and reliable, and it can tackle about any shooting task.

Controlled Round Feed Rifles vs Push Feed Rifles

Shooting Times Online Editors - August 16, 2018

Philip Massaro takes a look at the similarities and differences between the controlled round feed (CRF) and the push feed rifles (PF).

Review: Savage Model 11 Hunter XP

Steve Gash - July 27, 2018

The Savage Model 11 Package rifle is plenty accurate, lightweight, and well balanced.

Rifle Accuracy: The Group Of Ten

Shooting Times Online Editors - July 10, 2018

To determine how your rifle accuracy really is, a single 10-shot group will tell you everything you need to know.

J.W. Anthony - Bear Hunter

Joel J Hutchcroft - June 22, 2018

J.W. Anthony's killing of Old Mose was the topic of several newspaper and magazine articles. With each telling, his legend got more sensational.

Savage MSR-10 Long Range 6.5 Creedmoor

Jake Edmondson - June 15, 2018

The Savage Arms MSR-10 is offered chambered for .308 Winchester and the popular 6.5 Creedmoor.

Review: The Winchester XPC

Steve Gash - May 22, 2018

Designed for long-range shooting, the Winchester XPC chassis rifle is offered in .308 Winchester with a 20-inch barrel, .243 Winchester with a 24-inch barrel, and 6.5 Creedmoor with a 24-inch barrel.

Review: Ruger American Rifle Ranch Model in 7.62x39mm

Layne Simpson - May 14, 2018

The Ruger American Rifle Ranch Model bolt action is now chambered in the iconic 7.62x39mm Russian.

Review: Encore Pro Hunter Katahdin .45-70

Steve Gash - May 01, 2018

The break-action Thompson/Center Encore Katahdin Pro Hunter Carbine in .45-70 is a potent, portable tool that's made for hunting dangerous game.

Review: Daniel Defense DDM4V7 LW

Steve Gash - April 26, 2018

The 5.56mm Daniel Defense DDM4V7 LW carbine is lightweight and comfortable to handle, and our shooting report proved its reliability and accuracy were top-notch.

Review: CMMG Mk3 DTR2 6.5 Creedmoor

Jake Edmondson - February 27, 2018

CMMG's new 6.5 Creedmoor Mk3 DTR2 AR is built on a lower receiver of billet 7075 T6 aluminum and uses a rifle-length direct-impingement gas system.

That Elusive and Maddening Quality Called Accuracy

G&A Staff - February 01, 2018

A no-holds-barred, Al Biesen custom .270 Winchester, built on an FN Deluxe action, probably in the 1970s, was accuracy state-of-the-art then, and as a big-game rifle it can hold its own with any rifle of today.

The Keys to a Good Hunting Rifle

Shooting Times Online Editors - January 02, 2018

The ideal big-game rifle combines a number of virtues.

Ruger American Predator in 6mm Creedmoor

Steve Gash - January 02, 2018

The Ruger American Rifle is it a marvel of efficient and thoughtful engineering, is well made, very accurate, and, in my opinion, good looking.

The Rifle that Changed Rifles

Shooting Times Online Editors - December 06, 2017

Designed in 1977, the Armee-Universal-Gewehr (AUG) was Austria's entry in the modern infantry-rifle stakes'up until that time dominated by the AKs, ARs, and FN-FAL'and the AUG upped the ante considerably.

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