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Top 5 Lever-Action Rifle Cartridges

Let's take a closer look at five of the best lever-action rifle cartridges.

7 Ways to Prep for Waterfowl Season

Waterfowl season is fast approaching. Here’s what you need to do now to increase your...

4 Ways to Fine-Tune Your Rifle During the Off Season

If you strive to have the best rig possible come opening day, now is the...

Review: Sierra GameChanger Ammo

Featuring Sierra’s new polymer-tipped boattail GameChanger bullet, the company’s first loaded ammo offering is extraordinarily...

Review: Tikka T3x Lite

The Tikka T3x Lite is a wonderful balance of portability, accuracy and dependability. It’s available...

Handgun Hunting: How to Prep for African Dangerous Game

Hunting dangerous game with a handgun is not for the weak-kneed. Think you’re ready? Here...

How to Pick the Perfect Varmint Load

New bullets and loads can increase accuracy and minimize pelt damage. The best varmint ammo...

7 Top-Tier Hunting Bullets for the .243 Win.

Want to improve the capability of your favorite .243 Win.? Try these bullets.

Hardware: E.R. Shaw Mark VII Rifle

E.R. Shaw is a company in Pennsylvania that makes a huge number of rifle barrels...

5 Reasons to Handload Your Ammunition

Get serious about DIY—start handloading.

The Most American Rifle Cartridge

It’s as big as the Grand Canyon, it’s right at home when chambered in a...

Review: Hornady Precision Hunter Ammunition

Is Hornady's Precision Hunter line the ultimate long-range rifle load for hunters?

Gearing Up for an Elephant Hunt

Contributor Philip Massaro discusses the gear you'll need to take down a bull elephant.

Top 5 Whitetail Cartridges

Other than the feral hog, the whitetail deer covers more diverse types of terrain than...

Top 5 Overrated Rifle Cartridges

The myriad selection of rifle cartridges today has a metric ton of overlap, duplication, and...

Special-Order Savage

The Savage Arms Special Order Department may be the best-kept secret in the firearms industry—especially...

Reacquainting With An Old Friend

It's good to reconnect with old friends, especially when they're Smith & Wesson Model 27's.

The .280 Ackley Improved

Developed by P.O. Ackley and Fred Huntington and known previously by a variety of names...

Herter's Select Grade Ammo

Cabela’s couldn’t get enough ammo in stock to feed the needs of its customers so...

How Do You Break In Your Barrels, and Should You Bother?

How do you break in your barrels? Is it even worth it? The BullShooters investigate.
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