The Lee-Enfield No. 4 (T) was Great Britain's go-to sniper rifle from WWII through the early Cold War.
We examine how 6mm evolved in NRA long-range competition, and how the future looks for the venerable cartridge—as well as its ancestors and derivatives
Handy articles for handloading aficionados, including NAS3 loading, M72 Match Load, setting up a dedicated handloading area and more
Long-range stalwarts, such as the the lanky 6.5x284 and subsequently the .30-338 and .300 Win. Mag. all lost center stage in the competition world to svelte young starlets like the 6mm and 6.5mm Creedmoor.