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History of the Hunting Rifle in America

The relationship that exists between hunting and firearms throughout history is in some ways more...

Review: Wilson Combat .458 HAM’R Ultimate Hunter

Chambered in Wilson Combat’s brand-new .458 HAM’R cartridge, the Ultimate Hunter was built from the...

Behind the Bullet: .25-06 Remington

Charles Newton and A.O. Neider had a great idea when they mated the .25 caliber...

Federal Premium to Offer Trophy Bonded Tip as a Component Bullet

Federal Premium has announced that it will be offering its Trophy Bonded Tip as a...

Review: Choice Ammunition

Contributor Philip Massaro takes a closer look at Montana-based Choice Ammunition.

Hardware: Tract Toric

Never heard of Tract Optics? We can fix that.

5 Reasons to Handload Your Ammunition

Get serious about DIY—start handloading.

Custom Dreams: Lock, Stock, Custom Express Rifle?

Without realizing it, Editorial Director John Zent was sitting on two-thirds of what was needed...

Hardware: Swift High Grade

Think of Swift as the Intel or the Briggs & Stratton of the ammunition business,...

Hardware: Swarovski X5(i)

The Swarovski X5(i) has the best dial-up system of any long-range scope Bryce Towsley has...

Hardware: Bergara Custom Mountain Hunter

Although you may not recognize the name, chances are you have seen and even shot...

Noveske Signature Ammunition from Nosler

Nowadays there's ammunition for nearly any instance (even a zombie apocalypse), so why not have...

Double Tap Ammo

From handgun hunting loads to hard-to-find rifle rounds loaded with boutique bullets, the author reports...

10 Rifles for Today's Deer Hunter

When it comes to selecting a rifle, there's almost no end to the options available....

Lightweight Rifle Project (Part 10 of 10)

The rifle is built, the money is spent and the scope is mounted: It’s time...

Trophy Bonded Bear Claw Family

Traditional bullets made for deer hunting don’t always cut it when shooting bigger game.

Redfield Revived

Given the present state of the economy, an American-made scope for $129 should have no...
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