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How to Mount a Riflescope

How to Mount a Riflescope

When mounting a riflescope, you’ll need to adjust the eye relief and make sure the...
How to Set Up Your Rifle and Scope for Long-Range Dialing

How to Set Up Your Rifle and Scope for Long-Range Dialing

Making elevation corrections to hit distant targets will be quick and easy if you follow...
Hardware: Mauser M18

Hardware: Mauser M18

The Mauser M18, is a functional, reliable, accurate bolt-action rifle with an MSRP of $699—about...
Crimson Trace Debuts Five Innovative Red Dot Sights

Crimson Trace Debuts Five Innovative Red Dot Sights

Here’s why the company is about to turn heads in the collective hunting and shooting...
Review: Sako Model 85 Bavarian

Review: Sako Model 85 Bavarian

The Sako 85 Bavarian is a fine, accurate rifle made for people who want a...
Hardware: Bushnell Forge 4.5X-27X-50mm

Hardware: Bushnell Forge 4.5X-27X-50mm

From the entry-level Prime to the mid-priced Nitro to the top-shelf Forge, each new line...
Field Test: FLIR ThermoSight Pro Series PTS536 and PTS736

Field Test: FLIR ThermoSight Pro Series PTS536 and PTS736

Field Editor Brian McCombie puts the latest forward-looking infrared sights to the test.
Top 10 Pieces of Hunting Gear From the Last 50 Years

Top 10 Pieces of Hunting Gear From the Last 50 Years

Smart, quality gear can make your hunt safer, more successful and more enjoyable. Here’s our...
Hardware: Swarovski Z8i 1X-8X-24mm

Hardware: Swarovski Z8i 1X-8X-24mm

Finding an ideal mix of magnification, size, optical brilliance and related features is an equation...
The Budget Big Game Rifle Challenge

The Budget Big Game Rifle Challenge

Given his gravity toward fine rifles that often cost as much as the average house...
Can I Hunt With It: Springfield’s M1A SOCOM CQB

Can I Hunt With It: Springfield’s M1A SOCOM CQB

Springfield may not have been thinking about hunting when it released its M1A SOCOM CQB,...
Scopes, Sights and Good Intentions: Part I

Scopes, Sights and Good Intentions: Part I

Hunters have rules for rifles that have been established for decades. But is it time...
The Virtues of a Picatinny Rail

The Virtues of a Picatinny Rail

More hunters should be using Picatinny rails. Cork Graham explains why.
Hardware: SIG Sauer Whiskey3

Hardware: SIG Sauer Whiskey3

SIG Sauer is known as a quality producer of military and law enforcement firearms that...
An Accidental Elk

An Accidental Elk

Finding a bull in the Centennial State shouldn’t be hard—not when Colorado boasts the largest...
How to Choose a Riflescope

How to Choose a Riflescope

Here's a little sage advice to think over before choosing your next optic.
Hardware: Thompson/Center Compass

Hardware: Thompson/Center Compass

With a suggested retail price of just under $400, the new bolt-action Compass is Thompson/Center’s...
Custom Dreams: Remington Resurrected

Custom Dreams: Remington Resurrected

How Executive Editor Adam Heggenstaller turned a neglected Model 700 into a half-MOA groundhog gun—in...
Know-How: Field-Prep Your Crossbow

Know-How: Field-Prep Your Crossbow

With more states opening archery seasons to crossbows, thousands of hunters are taking them afield...
Hunting with Laser Sights

Hunting with Laser Sights

The evolution of sighting aids dates back to the first crude, iron sights on the...
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