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AnschĂĽtz MSR RX22 Review

by Frank W. James 0

The term “modern sporting rifle” (MSR) is important because it denotes the progression of the semiautomatic rifle. For close to… more »

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The Best Trap & Skeet Shotguns at Every Price Point

by Kyle Wintersteen 3

Whether you’re a hunter interested in extending your fun through the summer, or a casual clay shooter ready to up… more »

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Ruger American Rimfire Review

by Jonathan Case 7

Who would have thought a new bolt-action rimfire rifle could be a game-changer? I mean, everything is all about autoloaders… more »

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Benelli ETHOS Shotgun Review

by Mike Schoby 2

The name Benelli is synonymous with reliability. My M1 Field, bought 15 years ago, has churned through thousands upon thousands… more »

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What’s the Best Cartridge for Coyote Hunting?

by Joseph von Benedikt 25

Most hunters will agree the best round for shooting a coyote is the one you have when you spot Wile… more »

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How To Build a 1903A4 Sniper Rifle

by Reid Coffield 0

In one sense, it took me 51 years or so to complete this project. My friends gently—sometimes not so gently—rag… more »

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Shooting Times Mystery Gun: Guess and Win!

by Shooting Times News 96

All right, so you fancy yourself a gun guy? You can watch a movie and point out every Smith, Colt… more »

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Weatherby Vanguard Series 2 Synthetic Review

by Joel Hutchcroft 1

Dreams do come true. I have dreamt of owning a .257 Weatherby rifle from the first time I learned of… more »

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A Flawless Flyweight: Kimber Model 84M Mountain Ascent Review

by Layne Simpson 12

The Kimber Model 84M and I go back to almost its beginning. In 2002 I took one of only two… more »

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How to Properly Clean an AR-15

by Greg Rodriguez 1

Many of the folks I know who have bought an AR-15 lately know very little about maintaining them. That’s too… more »

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