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Lones Wigger Jr. - A Rifle Virtuoso

Joel J. Hutchcroft - December 11, 2018

When it comes to skilled riflemen, none accomplished more than Lones Wigger Jr. He was the most decorated rifle shooter in the world.

The Budget-Priced Mauser M18

Terry Wieland - December 10, 2018

With its new budget-priced M18 bolt-action rifle, Mauser has raised the bar.

The Venerable M1 Garand

Joseph von Benedikt - December 07, 2018

Once considered the greatest battle rifle in the world, this autoloader gave the Allies the edge during World War II.

Review: Kimber Open Country 84M Bolt-Action Rifle

David Faubion - December 05, 2018

Accurate, attractive, and built to last, Kimber's Open Country rifle in 6.5 Creedmoor is a great choice for hard hunting and long shots.

Review: Franchi Momentum .308 Winchester

Steve Gash - November 29, 2018

According to the author, Franchi's first-ever bolt-action centerfire sporting rifle is 'momentous.'

Review: Thompson/Center T/CR22 .22 LR

Joel J. Hutchcroft - November 27, 2018

Thompson/Center Arms has a new .22 LR semiautomatic rifle called the T/CR22.

Review: Traditions Outfitter G2 Break-action Single Shot Rifle

Steve Gash - November 21, 2018

No doubt repeating rifles are most popular with hunters these days, but the single shot still has a lot going for it.

Review: Mossberg 464

Joel J. Hutchcroft - November 20, 2018

Fitted with an Aimpoint Micro H-2 red-dot optic via XS Sights's Lever Scout scope rail, the Mossberg 464 lever action is a slick, sleek, and sprightly hunting rifle.

The Hero of Adobe Walls

Joel J. Hutchcroft - November 12, 2018

Billy Dixon's 0.8-mile-long shot made him famous. It also brought on a fair amount of controversy.

The Gun Restoration Controversy

Terry Wieland - November 08, 2018

Between the everyday gunsmith and the high art of the superlatively trained gunmaker lies a controversial middle ground: the gun restorer.

Review: CMMG MkW ANVIL 6.5 Grendel

Steve Gash - October 30, 2018

CMMG's ANVIL AR is now chambered in the efficient 6.5 Grendel cartridge.

Review: Winchester Model 70 Featherweight

Layne Simpson - October 25, 2018

The Featherweight version of the Winchester Model 70 is celebrating its 66th birthday. It is one of the finest standard-production big-game rifles of all time.

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.

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