Review Ruger Super Redhawk 22 Hornet Lead

Review: Ruger Super Redhawk .22 Hornet

The Super Redhawk has long been known as a durable, dependable DA/SA revolver for the handgun hunter or backcountry defender. Now the platform has expanded into the light-shooting varminting realm with .22 Hornet.

Review: Ruger Super Wrangler

The Super Wrangler is reliable, accurate and affordable. It may well be this generation’s best of the best for a “woods” gun and is an excellent rimfire handgun choice for any hunter.

Review: Heritage Settler Lever-Action .22 LR Rifle

Contributor B. Gil Horman reviews the rimfire Heritage Settler lever-action rifle.

First Look: Hornady 22 ARC

Engineered to use modern, high-BC bullets, the new 22 ARC is designed for optimum performance in the AR-15 platform, but is equally at home in a bolt-action rifle.

Review: Springfield Model 2020 Rimfire Classic

Springfield Armory has built a gun that lives up to its price point and is an excellent addition to any gun cabinet, including one just starting to be filled.

Review: Walther WMP

Chambered in .22 Magnum, the Walther Magnum Pistol has everything you need to put more energy on distant critters.

Head to Head: .17 HMR vs. .22 WMR

Contributor Philip Massaro examines the pros and cons of two of the most popular magnum rimfire cartridges. Which comes out on top?

Head to Head: .22-250 Remington vs. .224 Valkyrie

Between the .22-250 Remington and the .224 Valkyrie, which is the better choice for the hunter? Contributor Philip Massaro examines the pros and cons of each.

First Look: Bond Arms Rawhide .22 LR

Made after its namesake, the Bond Arms Rawhide .22 LR is as tough as leather and ideal for plinking or varmint control.

New for 2023: CCI Clean-22 Hyper Velocity

CCI’s new Clean-22 Hyper Velocity clocks in at 1550 fps, while the advanced polymer coating on the 31-grain lead round-nose bullet reduces fouling, especially in suppressed rimfires.

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