Of course there are tons of choices when it comes to bolt-action rifles, many that can break the bank. Here we look at 10 guns that have price tags light on the pocketbook.
With Savage's release of three new suppressor-ready rimfire rifles, the company now has nine firearms that accept silencers in their catalog.
Ruger's American Rifle line has proven popular over its short lifespan. And it has continued to grow with the manufacturer adding what amounts to 11 new rifles to the family of bolt-actions.
It seems New England is no different than anywhere else in the country, at least for one retailer. Rimfire guns and ammo just keep flying off the shelves.
Over-Under shotguns typically can cost a pretty penny to get into. But Stevens' new 555 aims to give shooters an economical option that doesn't scrimp on the features.
One of the most timeless handguns produced has found a dedicated audience in Missouri, with Remington's version of the 1911 flying off the shelves of one gun store.
The successful Ruger Scout Rifle — originally chambered in the heavier-hitting .308 cartridge — will now be offered in 5.56 NATO, making it both a practical scout-style rifle for tactical use and a sweet varmint hunting rig.
The Glock 42 in .380 ACP is the firm’s first attempt at a pocket pistol, and it’s also the first American-made Glock.
The .327 Federal Magnum definitely packs a punch when it comes to revolver rounds. And it appears to be a dandy choice of caliber to make Ruger's new Single Seven a hard-hitting wheelgun.