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First Look: Rossi Rio Bravo

Featuring a rich German beechwood or rugged black polymer forearm and stock with polished black metal finish, the Rio Bravo brings the traditional rifle experience to the rimfire category.

New for 2020: Browning Buck Mark Lite Plus Suppressor Ready

The new Buck Mark Lite Plus Suppressor Ready features a stainless-steel bull barrel, Cerakote Elite Sand finish, suppressor-ready threaded barrel, muzzle brake, G-10 grips, Picatinny optics and accessory rails, fiber-optic front sight and an adjustable rear sight.

First Look: Taurus 942 Revolver

It’s hard to beat a little double-action revolver chambered in .22 Long Rifle for all-around plinking and small-game hunting, and the new 942 offering from Taurus fits the bill without breaking the bank.

Hardware: Winchester Wildcat

A lot has changed in the .22 market since the mid-20th century. The blowback action Winchester debuted has been refined to near-perfection. If the Wildcat is going to compete with the likes of the vaunted Ruger 10/22, it has to bring a lot to the table. Fortunately, it does.

Henry Repeating Arms Introduces New Garden Gun Smoothbore .22

Built on Henry’s Classic Lever Action .22 platform, the new Garden Gun Smoothbore .22 is purpose-built for close-range pest control using .22 LR shotshell cartridges.

Behind the Bullet: .22 LR

There’s a good reason that the .22 LR is often a hunter’s first rifle; it’s the perfect blend of low report, complete lack of recoil and affordability.

Tested: CCI Clean-22 Ammo

CCI’s new Clean-22 rimfire loads feature a polymer jacket which is billed as reducing fouling in the barrel and suppressor. We put them to the test and confirmed that claim, and then some.

Traditions Releases Crackshot XBR Arrow-Launching Rifle

Traditions announces its new Crackshot XBR arrow-launching rifle, a .22 caliber rifle that includes an interchangeable upper that uses a .27-caliber Traditions XBR Powerload blank to propel a 16-inch aluminum arrow at 385 fps.

New for 2019: Browning Buck Mark Medallion Rosewood

The new Browning Buck Mark Medallion Rosewood features a 5½-inch blackened stainless steel barrel with polished flats, a TruGlo fiber-optic front sight, Pro-Target adjustable rear sight and laminated rosewood-colored grip panels that sport checkering, elegant scroll work and a gold Buckmark logo.

First Look: Performance Center T/CR22 Rimfire Rifles

Co-developed by Smith & Wesson Performance Center and Thompson/Center Arms, the new Performance Center T/CR22 rimfire rifles—built around the reliable T/CR22 action—are outfitted with thumbhole stocks and heavy contour, button-rifled barrels.

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