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Reviewed: Bergara B-14R Precision Rimfire Rifle

Engineered for precision shooting, it's also great for families.

Tested: Springfield Armory Waypoint Bolt-Action Rifle

Springfield's latest shoots like a precision rifle, but handles like old-fashioned hunting iron.

How Do Guns Work? Bolt-Actions

Here's why bolt-action guns are here to stay.

How Do Guns Work? Lever-Actions

A classic American design, explained.

Ballistics Made Simple

Here's what the sweet science of ballistics means to you...explained in plain English.

6 Tips to Introduce Kids to Shooting

There's a right way and a wrong way to do this. Here's the right way.

First Impressions: Springfield Armory Model 2020 Waypoint Hunting Rifle

The venerable gun manufacturer joins the hunting market with a "bang."

5 Tips to Safely Store Your Guns

What's the best way to keep your gun safe from unauthorized persons?

First Impressions: Escort 22LR Bolt-Action Rifle

Escort...it's not just for shotguns anymore!

Throwback Thursday: The "Magic Rifle"

How an old .22 brightened the lives of three generations.

First Impressions: Savage Arms 110 Ultralite Bolt-Action Rifle

The venerable 110 went on a diet...and you can be in the "after" picture!

Why Savage's B22 Rimfire is For Everyone

Right-handed, left-handed, cross-eye dominant, new to the sport or an old hand...the B22 is for...

Bolt-Action Rifle: Failures to Fire

Diagnosing a bolt gun that won't go "bang."

First Impressions: Weatherby's New Mark V Carbonmark Rifles

Three new Carbonmark models: sub-MOA accuracy, aggressive pricing.

Bambi Beware: CZ's New 557 American Rifle is Out

This might just be your American hunting family's next heirloom.

All About Shotguns

Some cool facts about the world's most versatile gun.

#NRAAM2019: Savage Arms & Mossy Oak Giving Away 9 Rifles

NRA's official Mossy Oak Overwatch and Savage Arms...a match made in Indy!

How Do Guns Work? Bolt-Actions

Here's why bolt-action guns are here to stay.
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