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Super Sniper 6mm Creedmoor 8

Does The 6mm Creedmoor Super Sniper Hit The Mark?

Tired of hearing about the 6.5 Creedmoor? Then it’s time to meet its hard-punching little brother, the 6mm Creedmoor, in a platform designed to highlight its skillset.
.300 Magnum 15

The Large And Powerful .300 Magnum Family

Large and powerful, .300 Magnum cartridge family is popular and growing. But how many do we need?
The SCR-11 from JP Rifles in .224 Valkyrie proved to be a prairie-dog-plinking machine.

JP Enterprises SCR-11 Elevates The .224 Valkyrie To A New Level

A peek inside the custom AR world with the JP Enterprises SCR-11 — in .224 Valkyrie.
6.5 Creedmoor Lethal 14

Why The 6.5 Creedmoor Is So Lethal

How much gun do you really need to hunt North America? The 6.5 Creedmoor might very well be the answer.
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Top 17 Sharp-Shooting 6.5 Creedmoor Rifles (2019)

Choices abound when it comes to top 6.5 Creedmoor rifles. Here are some of the best to get the red-hot round dead on target.
The Ranch Rifl e is Bill Wilson’s personal choice from years of hunting his private ranch in Texas — the .300 HAM’R spent 13 years in development. Wilson wanted a short, accurate, reliable and hard-hitting gun capable of hunting the majority of North American game animals.

Getting A Grip On Wilson Combat’s .300 HAM’R

Developed for optimal terminal performance from the AR-15, the Wilson Combat .300 HAM'R shoots to be the modern day .30-30.
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Savage And Vortex Team Up For The 110 APEX Hunter XP Package

Pairing Savage Arms with Vortex Optics, the 110 APEX Hunter XP just made hunting season a whole lot easier.
Ruger Hawkeye Alaskan 1

Ruger Resurrects M77 Hawkeye Alaskan

Available in .375 Ruger, .338 Winchester Magnum and .300 Winchester Magnum, the Hawkeye Alaskan can handle any North American game.
Montana Rifle Company X3 Extreme 1

The Tenacity Of The Montana Rifle Company X3 Extreme

A custom-level production gun, Montana Rifle Company X3 Extreme isn't just another lightweight hunting rifle. It's tailor-made to excel in the most rugged backcountry conditions.
Here, the author shows the physical differences between a modern push-feed bolt, a Savage Model 14 short-action chambered for .300 Savage, and a Mauser K98 bolt, which is a controlled-round feed design.

Bolt-Action Rifles: Push Feed Vs. Controlled Feed

Push feed vs. controlled feed ... when it comes to bolt-action rifles the debate is as eternal as the caliber wars. But does it really matter where you plant your flag?
Hybrid Hunter 1

Federal Premium Teams Up With Berger Bullets For Hybrid Hunter Line

Loaded with low-drag bullets, Federal Premium Berger Hybrid Hunter line arms hunters with precision ammo.
375 Ruger

.375 Ruger: Modern Day Heavyweight

Enough cartridge for use on nearly any game, anywhere, the .375 Ruger is a modern heavyweight.
Remington Pump Action Rifle 18

The History Of Remington Pump-Action Rifles

America’s oldest gunmaker, it has an enviable history with rifles. Some of the most unique models are the Remington pump-action rifles that span several decades of American firearms lore.
Hawkeye FTW Hunter 3

Beyond 1,000 Yards: The Ruger Hawkeye FTW Hunter

Ruger’s Hawkeye FTW Hunter has proven itself at jaw-dropping distances. Your skills determine where the line is drawn.
Mossberg Patriot Revere 20

The Mossberg Patriot Revere On Target In 6.5 Creedmoor

Chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor, Mossberg’s Patriot Revere rifle combines old-school good looks with high-ballistic-coefficient performance — at a price the masses can afford.
Winchester Model 52 4

Winchester Model 52: Still Sweet After 100 Years

Celebrating its 100th anniversary, the Winchester Model 52 remains among the rimfire royalty.
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