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Ruger AR-556 Review

by Joel Hutchcroft 10

When Ruger announced about five years ago that it was making an AR-style rifle, the gun world went wild. That… more »


Stevens Model 555 Shotgun Review

by Steve Gash 2

Stevens firearms have been going strong for 150 years. Joshua Stevens and two backers, James Taylor and W.B. Fay, founded… more »


Winchester Model 1892 Short Rifle Review

by Layne Simpson 5

Shooting the new Winchester Model 1892 Short Rifle in .44 Magnum reminded me of what a wonderful little rifle it… more »


Alexander Arms 6.5 Grendel Hunter Review

by Steve Gash 1

Alexander Arms introduced the 6.5 Grendel cartridge in 2004. It is unquestionably one of the most thoughtfully designed and efficient… more »


Traditions Vortek StrikerFire LDR Muzzleloader Review

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Decades ago, at a time when I was building presentation-grade muzzleloaders and competing with them across the Rocky Mountain states,… more »


First Look: Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle .223 Rem. / 5.56 NATO

by Shooting Times Online Editors 26

Back in 2011, Ruger unveiled its Gunsite Scout Rifle (GSR) in honor of the Arizona training facility founded by Jeff… more »


10 Best Shotguns Under $500

by Brad Fitzpatrick 8

Fine shotguns can cost a small fortune, but they don’t have to. The price range for new shotguns varies dramatically…. more »

Billed as the “ultimate .22 RF self-loader” by Ruger in 1964 advertisements, the 10/22 is arguably the king of the hill today.

Ruger 10/22: Then & Now

by Bart Skelton 4

The year 1964 brought us the Ford Mustang, Buffalo wings, the Moog synthesizer, and liquid crystal display (LCD) as well… more »


Ruger’s 50th Anniversary Model 10/22

by Joel Hutchcroft 4

To commemorate 50 years of production of the 10/22, Sturm, Ruger & Co. conducted a contest. People were invited to… more »


Old World Style: Steyr SM12 Review

by Joseph von Benedikt 4

Europeans have long held a different notion than Americans of what a big-game rifle should be. Or perhaps it’s the… more »

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