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The 150-grain Fusion MSR is Federal Premium's first hunting-specific round for the .300 Blackout and has everything required to put meat on the table and trophies on the wall.
Tailored to fit its user and boasting cutting-edge materials, the NULA Model 28 is at the summit of lightweight rifle designs.
The Mauser Model 98 is a true classic when it comes to bolt-action rifles. And with the company return to this iconic design it is again turning out a highly engineered gem.
One hunter took the Legendary Arms Works Professional rifle on an African safari to see how it performed. The results speak for themselves.
Think the AR platform is only good for target shooting, defense and predator and varmint hunting? Think again. Check out these five great big-bore ARs and cartridges geared toward bigger tasks and larger game.
There’s no better way to celebrate Independence Day than by enjoying your Second Amendment rights. Here are 10 fun guns sure to put a smile on your face on July Fourth.
In this custom build, a standard factory Ruger 10/22 is transformed into a suppressed predator and varmint slayer capable of daytime or nighttime operation.
The best long-range cartridges are those that are flat shooting, feature aerodynamic projectiles and have enough power to go the distance. Find out which ones made the cut.
The made-in-America Henry Lever Action Octagon Magnum is an accurate, affordable rimfire that's loads of fun and perfect for small game or general plinking.

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