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.
Developed for optimal terminal performance from the AR-15, the Wilson Combat .300 HAM'R shoots to be the modern day .30-30.
Pairing Savage Arms with Vortex Optics, the 110 APEX Hunter XP just made hunting season a whole lot easier.
Available in .375 Ruger, .338 Winchester Magnum and .300 Winchester Magnum, the Hawkeye Alaskan can handle any North American game.
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.
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?
Loaded with low-drag bullets, Federal Premium Berger Hybrid Hunter line arms hunters with precision ammo.
Enough cartridge for use on nearly any game, anywhere, the .375 Ruger is a modern heavyweight.
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.
Ruger’s Hawkeye FTW Hunter has proven itself at jaw-dropping distances. Your skills determine where the line is drawn.
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.
Celebrating its 100th anniversary, the Winchester Model 52 remains among the rimfire royalty.
The Strasser RS14 Evolution wears a creatively unique design with a long list of excellent features tucked into each nook and cranny.
Turnbull & Henry Now Partnering with Top Shot Armory On Special Edition Henry-Turnbull Rifle.
Combined with a Nightforce ATACR 4-16x42 F1 Scope, the Howa KRG Bravo Smashed Expectations.
Do you have a bolt gun that doesn’t perform like it should? Here are ﬁve options to get your groups back in the bullseye.