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WATCH: British Lee-Enfield No. 4 (T) Sniper Rifle

The Lee-Enfield No. 4 (T) was Great Britain's go-to sniper rifle from WWII through the early Cold War.

Inland M1 Carbines At 2019 Army Best Ranger Competition

For the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings, the Army decided the 2019 Best Ranger Competition will use some of the firearms used in WWII by Rangers during the legendary assault

Club Rifles: The Way It Used To Be—Still Works

During the Cold War, several European countries manufactured bolt-action “club rifles” based on Mausers for distribution to local gun clubs, where shooters engaged in formal competition out to 600 meters. Of course, this was back when many governments supported competitive shooting.

What’s In Your Range Bag, Reya Kempley?

Not only is Reya a champion competitive shooter, she's also an accomplished author (including several articles for Shooting Sports USA) and a pilot. Talk about multi-talented!

Last War for the Garand: Cold War Veterans Finally Come Home

The M1 Garand is a piece of living history, a connection to WWII and Korean, and the men who carried the rifle in triumph against America’s enemies

In Pursuit of the Better Mousetrap: Takedown X22 Backpacker

Takedowns date back to the muzzleloader era, and they have been experiencing a renaissance of sorts over the past few years. Field Editor Art Merrill puts the Takedown X22 Backpacker through its paces in this month’s Product Focus.

Return and Renaissance: U.S. International Rifle Shooting 1948-1966

After the United States withdrew from International Shooting Union sanctioned competition, U.S. international shooting was confined to the annual Dewar Team match and the Pershing Team competition.

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