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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.
Through the efforts of John Linebaugh and Ross Seyfried, the .45 Colt took the leap from the Old West to modern-day big-game hunting.
The manner in which a barrel whips, torques and contorts is referred to as "barrel harmonics." The idea of accuracy is simply a set of repeatable barrel harmonics.
We talk with gunsmith and author Fred Zeglin on P.O. Ackley's incredible influence on the modern firearms world.
We get the inside edge on Winchester Repeating Arms' past, present and future with the man who should know.
Some research on the guns that are moving faster than hotcakes right now on online auction sites by the gun value experts at Blue Book.
You wouldn't buy a rifle for concealed carry. Then why would you buy a firearms price guide that's not tailored to your needs?
Take the guesswork out of reloading ammunition by checking out Handbook of Reloading Basics from Gun Digest.
Cartridge identification is important to anyone who works with ammunition cartridges, whether it's reloading or collecting. While it isn't foolproof, often the easiest way to identify a cartridge is to look at the headstamp.

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