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Steyr’s SSG Carbon Is Now Available in the U.S.

Steyr Arms has announced that its newest SSG rifle—wearing an advanced carbon-fiber stock—has landed in America.

Blueprinting Bolt-Action Rifles

Build your own sub-MOA gun—blueprinting reduces the shot-to-shot variation in the motion and vibration of the barreled action and thus enhances accuracy.

Everything You Need To Know About Bolt-Action Rifle Triggers

The little things between you and the X-ring

What You Should Know About 8x57 mm Mauser

The 8x57 mm Mauser cartridge was one of the world’s most popular military cartridges in the 20th century

Preview: MPA .300 Norma Bolt-Action Rifle

Built on MPA's proven Tactical Chassis system, the company says this new .300 Norma bolt-action is a 1/2 MOA gun

Too Much Recoil? The Arisaka May Be Your Solution

The WWII Japanese Type 38 dates back to 1897. It’s comparatively mild 6.5x50 cartridge may suit the recoil-shy

A Page From History: The Savage Model 1919

In the U.S., smallbore rifle as a sport really gained steam after the Great War, when companies such as Savage introduced smallbore bolt-action match grade rifles like the Model 1919 NRA

The Winchester Model 52

The Winchester Repeating Arms Model 52 was a bolt-action .22 cal. target rifle that shooters in the USA fell in love with, especially for competitive shooting

New: Sauer S100 6.5 PRC Rifles

These new 6.5 PRC S100 rifles from Sauer start at $799. They are among the first to appear chambered in the hot new precision cartridge developed by Hornady

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.

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