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.
Made after its namesake, the Bond Arms Rawhide .22 LR is as tough as leather and ideal for plinking or varmint control.
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.
Opening and connecting with just a quarter-twist and offering an extremely simple breakdown, the new A22 Takedown weighs just 6 pounds, making it an ideal go-anywhere rifle.
Colt introduced its newest snake gun—the King Cobra Target .22 LR—at the 151st NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits.
CZ-USA has introduced two lefthanded 457 rifles—the Varmint in .22 LR and American in .22 LR or .22 WMR—tailored for lefthanded shooters.
If you’re looking for a minuscule snake pistol, pocket pistol, backpacking pistol or just plain fun pistol, North American Arms has you covered.
Between the .22 LR and .22 WMR, which is the better choice for the hunter? Contributor Philip Massaro examines the pros and cons of each.
Get a closer look at the Rossi Gallery, the latest addition to our #SundayGunday series.
Tactical Solutions (TacSol) adds Winter 2021/2022 Edition of X-Ring rifles with GRS Hunter Light Stocks.