American Rifleman | Official Journal Of The NRA | Sequel: The 6 mm Creedmoor
Seldom is the sequel better than the original, but the new 6 mm Creedmoor—based on the 6.5 mm Creedmoor—might succeed without needing any help from its big brother.
Cartridge Efficiency Basics from the USAMU « Daily Bulletin
Efficient cartridges make excellent use of their available powder and case/bore capacity. They yield good ballistic performance with relatively little recoil and throat erosion.
Ruger’s Hawkeye Compact in 7mm-08 Rem Part 1
I am not sure why folks tend to wander around the hills with a rifle that is about a half-foot longer and two pounds heavier than necessary. The weight becomes noticeable as a long day wears on and the long barrel hangs out there to snag on every branch. Compounding the problem, the same rifles usua
5 Super-Accurate, Sub-MOA Rifles You Can Get For Under $600 - Off The Grid News
“Only accurate rifles are interesting” — so said the late Colonel Townsend Whelen. While that may be debatable (AK-47s, for instance, are very interesting and effective rifles, but not particularly known for their accuracy), there is nothing in this world like being able to shoot a sub-MOA (minute of angle) group with a rifle. The ...
7mm-08 Remington: The Spectacular Short-Action Seven | Gun Digest
Remington introduced this medium-capacity rifle cartridge to the marketplace in 1980. The 7mm-08 Remington is based on the .308 Winchester case necked down to 7mm and was loaded with a 140-grain bullet at 2860 fps.
The Best Rifle Caliber for Deer Hunting: How Do You Decide?
In your opinion, what's the best rifle caliber for deer hunting? Well, according to social media, there's one clear-cut winner of this debate.
Tac Drivers: Four Precision Tactical Rifles Light Enough for Field Work
Hunting game has nothing to do with war. But the fact remains that the latest “tactical” rifles are the world’s most accurate, and they are available to hunters. These guns typically have heavy barrels so they can be fired rapidly with minimum deviation in accuracy; their angular stocks are designed to meld steel to flesh for optimum consistency; light triggers mitigate human error; Picatinny rails facilitate a range of optics and accessories; and detachable magazines make reloading fast…
Review: Ruger Hawkeye Hunter
Based on the company's popular Hawkeye bolt-action rifle line, the new Hawkeye Hunter is built for the modern big-game hunter, featuring a stainless-steel action and factory-threaded barrel, which pairs well with its traditional American walnut stock.