The lightest and smallest short-barreled rifles and AR pistols CMMG offers, the Banshee line is fightingly nimble.
What’s fact — and what’s fiction — when it comes to some commonly held shooting and hunting beliefs? You might be surprised.
There's more to Springfield Armory than just off-the-shelf XD pistols. The gunmaker's custom shop is more than capable of turning out an heirloom-quality firearm.
The Twenty-Seven series brings traditional rifle ergonomics to the world of black rifles.
Federal Premium's new small-bore, long-range cartridge, the .224 Valkyrie, has received final approval by SAAMI and its specifications have been published.
There’s something special about shooting recreations of classic AR designs, and acquiring one or devising your own isn’t as hard as it might seem.
Chambered in potent .375 Ruger and .338 Win. Mag., Savage Arms' Brush Hunter takes aim at the world's biggest game.
Decked out to perform, CMMG's new MkW ANVIL XLR2 looks to milk the most out of the 6.5 Grendel
Lightweight and accurate, Wilson Combat's Ranger line is configured to bring precision shooting to the field.
The new technology going into mass-produced ammunition is making factory ammo as good — or better — than handloads.
The Recluse earned a patent for more than its sound-suppression capabilities; it also has the ability to make any round sub-sonic.
‘Running the gun’ is not exclusive to carbines and handguns. The same principle of staying topped-off and ready should apply to bolt-action precision rifles as well.
Giving the ROMEO1 a rough once over, Richard Mann tries to find out if the red-dot is as rugged as SIG claims.
Now chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor, the 1121XR precision rifle appears ready to go the distance.
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Nikon's first foray into reflex sights, the P-TACTICAL SPUR appears to have everything to get a shooter on target fast.