What happens when you combine one of the most versatile rimfire rifles with a feature-filled stock from the premier maker of firearm-related polymer products? One such result is Magpul’s X-22 Backpacker Stock for Ruger’s 10/22 Takedown rifle.
The knives detailed here are fine examples in form and function, and should appeal to consumers with refined tastes, but more practical budgets.
A sharp knife is essential gear for any outdoor excursion.
American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach has the scoop on what he considers to be a best value in reactive targets.
Many firearm enthusiasts wisely opt to include backup iron sights on their AR builds, but how many actually take the time to zero them? With magnified optics and red dots considered required equipment, are users neglecting to dial-in their irons?
At its introduction, Ruger’s Mark IV .22 Long Rifle pistol was offered in two models and three SKUs. The Target model, available in black or stainless, is the all-business, utilitarian descendent of Bill Ruger’s Standard model rimfire. But for American Rifleman’s Joe Kurtenbach, it’s the Hunter model that truly captures the spirit of Ruger’s original, and capitalizes on the platform’s evolution.
American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach introduces the basics of shooting with pistol-mounted red-dot optics.
After a couple months of work identifying and installing performance-enhancing components, Joe Kurtenbach's bargain bolt-action rifle is ready for the range and woods. Get a closer look at the finished product with this video from American Rifleman.
Adventure Medical Kits offers intelligently designed, professional grade first aid supply packs for most any situation. The company’s Sportsman Series offers kits specifically designed to address unexpected injuries and illness in the backcountry.
The Veracity line of riflescopes from Burris adds tactical features to big-game optics.