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Hardware: TriStar Viper Max

TriStar finally has a 3½-inch autoloader. So just how does the Viper Max stack up?

First Look: TriStar Viper Max

TriStar has announced its first 3½-inch autoloader in the form of the Viper Max. Here are five things you need to know.

#SundayGunday: TriStar Viper Max

Self-branded as "The Value Experts," TriStar is home to an array of respectable shotguns and handguns, which are often available at a budget-conscious price point. The company has, for years, rolled out a variety of fine-shooting scatterguns. One thing that's long eluded it, however, is a 3½-inch autoloader for the more dedicated waterfowl hunters among us. That changed at SHOT Show 2017, however, when TriStar announced its new Viper Max.

#SundayGunday: Savage Arms B22 FV

For 2017, Savage Arms has introduced a new line of bolt-action rimfire rifles in its new B-Series, which includes 12 caliber options and prices ranging from $281 to $413. We highlight it in this latest episode of #SundayGunday.

#SundayGunday: Bergara Premier Series Stalker

Digital Managing Editor Shawn Skipper discusses the Bergara Premier Series Stalker, the latest addition to the #SundayGunday series.

#SundayGunday: CMMG Mk3 6.5 Creedmoor

If you’re looking for a dual-purpose rifle that can handle big game and predators near and far, and steel targets beyond 1,000 yards, the AR-style Mk3 in 6.5 Creedmoor from CMMG has you covered. Get the details in our latest #SundayGunday video.

#SundayGunday: Taurus Raging Bull

Digital Managing Editor Shawn Skipper discusses the Taurus Raging Bull, the latest addition to our #SundayGunday series.

#SundayGunday: Bergara Premier Series Mountain Rifle

Bergara's Premier Series Mountain Rifle is the subject of our latest #SundayGunday episode.

#SundayGunday: Ruger American Rifle in .450 Bushmaster

Ruger continues to grow its line of AR-15 caliber compatible American bolt-action Ranch rifles with the addition of a new model chambered for the straight cased .450 Bushmaster cartridge. Coming to market for less than $600, the Ruger American Rifle Ranch in .450 Bushmaster presents a great value in a chambering perfect for hunting in most of the U.S.

#SundayGunday: Browning BAR MK3

Originally designed to serve American troops during what was then known as the Great War and classified as the M1918, the BAR has earned its place in military history. What we're here to talk about, though, is hunting with it—which became a reality in 1967, with the advent of the BAR Sporting Model.

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