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Vintage Rifle Cartridges You May Not Know

You probably haven’t heard of at least one of these five arcane rifle cartridges we have listed here

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.

What Is That Milsurp Loading?

Is your milsurp ammo safe? Ball on the left, tracer on the right for the .303 British headstamps above.

Last Cartridge Of An Empire: .303 British

With factory FMJ ammo still available, reloading the .303 British isn’t necessary, but for many it’s part of the VMR game.

The Roaring Twenties: National Smallbore Outdoor Rifle Championship History

Part 2 of our series on the history of .22 LR competition in the U.S. and overseas. This installment focuses on the gilded age of competitive rifle shooting.

The Seed Is Planted: National Outdoor Smallbore Rifle Championship History

Part 1 of our series on the history of the NRA Smallbore Championship. We begin with the 1919 National Matches in New Jersey

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