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SCI Show Buzz Heralds Introduction of Bipartisan Sportsman's Act of 2015

Feb. 5 marks a great day for sportsmen across America as Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska introduces critical pro-hunting legislation.

Hardware: Stevens 320 Field Grade

The Winchester Model 1300 was arguably the most underrated pump-action shotgun of its day. With its patent now expired, Savage Arms has revived the classic design with the Stevens 320.

Must-Have Offseason Range Gear

Want to stay sharp this offseason? Here are a few products that'll keep you on point throughout the summer.

Henry Repeating Arms Big Boy 3-Pack

Henry Repeating Arms donated three Henry Originals to be auctioned off to benefit NRA-ILA at the 144th NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Nasvhille. Get a closer look at the rifles right here.

ARTV: Remington Model 783

The folks over at American Rifleman TV have taken a closer look at the Remington Model 783.

NRA Gun of the Week: Mossberg Patriot

Mossberg announced its new Patriot bolt-action rifle at SHOT Show 2015, and the positive response was immediate. Our friends at American Rifleman have further honored the Patriot in naming it an NRA Gun of the Week. You can get a closer look at the new release in the video embedded above.

Winchester Launches Model 70 Ultimate Shadow Hunter SS

Winchester has announced the launch of its latest addition to the venerable Model 70 line in the Ultimate Shadow Hunter SS. The Shadow Hunter SS sports a lightweight synthetic stock in the new Mossy Oak Break-Up Country camouflage pattern, alongside a stainless steel receiver that features the popular pre-'64 style controlled round feeding with claw extractor and fixed ejector.

Hardware: Winchester XPR

Always a leader in generational deer rifles—see the Model 94 lever-action, pre-’64 Model 70 “Rifleman’s Rifle” and the later, push-feed version of the Model 70—Winchester has jumped into the fray with its new XPR.

Hardware: Kimber Adirondack

Although this particular bolt gun at first seemed an unlikely choice for a safari—it was named for a mountain range in upstate New York and designed for hunting heavily timbered terrain—the minimal dimensions and balance of the Kimber Adirondack proved an easy-handling rifle has a place on any continent.

5 Things You Need to Know About the New Savage Arms Model 11 Scout Rifle

Scout rifles—first made popular by Gunsite founder Jeff Cooper more than three decades ago now—have experienced a revival of sorts in recent years. Among the latest additions to the market is the Savage Arms Model 11 Scout, having made its debut at SHOT Show 2015.

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