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The rifle also features a 16.25-inch custom barrel made by E.R. Shaw and a checkered walnut stock with recoil pad and sling-swivel studs.

Custom-Quality Rifles For Under $1,000 Right Now

by Joel J Hutchcroft 0

Thanks to E. R. Shaw Inc., you can have a quality bolt-action rifle made to your specifications for a very… more »

Marlin’s short-lived Model 62 Levermatic in .256 Winchester Magnum was a
fine small-game combination. Sadly, only about 8,000 were made in this caliber.

What’s happened to the classic small-game rifle?

by Shooting Times Online Editors 0

There was a time, in the dim, distant past, when American hunters had any number of small-game rifles to choose… more »

While it began as a cost-saving project, the Nylon 66 became Remington’s best-selling rimfire ever, with over a million units sold between
1959 and 1989, when it was discontinued.

Remington’s Classic Nylon 66

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Remington’s nylon 66 .22 LR rifle was the result of a serious effort to reduce manufacturing costs. Shooters either loved… more »

The 7.62 NATO/.308 Revolution’s lower receiver (bottom) is the same length, from takedown pin to pivot pin, as POFUSA’s 5.56mm/.223 Rem. P415 (top).

Revolutionary New AR Offers 7.62 In A Compact Design

by Jake Edmondson 0

Patriot Ordnance Factory (POF-USA) is known for its innovative approach to designing and building AR-style rifles. The company sources all… more »

Winchester’s Pre-’64 Model 70 featured a full-length, rotating claw extractor; a fixed ejector; a three-position wing-type safety; and dual, opposing locking lugs. Many riflemen contend that it is the finest production hunting rifle ever built.

This Pre-’64 Model 70 Winchester Offers Amazing Performance

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Built during the 27-year golden age of Model 70 rifles—1936 to 1963—this .264 Winchester Magnum rifle is chambered in the… more »


22 Of The Best New Rifles For 2017

by Steve Gash 0

Rifle manufacturers are offering one of the widest fields of new guns ever for 2017. With rifle types ranging from… more »

Light weight is critical when hunting high elevations,
and the author’s Proof Research Summit rifle proved
to be ideal for prowling Utah’s alpine country.

How I Built One Rifle That Does Everything

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

A challenge to create one rifle that does everything took hold of me some time ago and tormented me during… more »

Redesigned rubber chevrons and comb in the stock make the Super Black
Eagle 3 shoot as softly as many heavier gas-operated shotguns. The
softness of the comb can be varied by switching out its internal spring.

New Super Black Eagle 3 Is One Of The Greats

by Layne Simpson 0

Benelli introduced the recoil-operated Black Eagle in 1989. It went on to become one of the most popular shotguns not… more »


Mission-Configurable Carbine: SIG SAUER MCX

by Steve Gash 0

Firearms enthusiasts love controversy. No facet or feature is too small to elicit a spate of friendly wrangling. For handguns,… more »


Rock River Arms LAR-15: An AR Mountain Rifle

by Steve Gash 0

Everybody knows that modern sporting rifles on the AR-15 platform are some of today’s most popular firearms. A lot of… more »

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